FAQs

Does RPT Hurt?

One of the benefits of RPT is that we can adjust the amount of pressure based on your real-time feedback.  Most customers feel minimal discomfort, if any at all. 

What if I have a herniated/bulging disc or piriformis syndrome?

RPT can help alleviate pain resulting from these issues. RPT is used to treat any and all disc issues.

How does RPT alleviate pain?

When muscles shorten, they pull the body out of alignment. This causes stress and pressure on the bones and nerves. Lengthening the muscles allows the body to back into its natural state, which alleviates pain and restores balance.

Is RPT like a Deep Tissue Massage?

They have some similarities but are not identical. RPT is used to apply pressure much like a deep tissue massage but is much more accelerated.

Who is the typical RPT patient?

We treat all ages and can help with a whole host of ailments. Our patients range from young people to the elderly.

How Much Does RPT Cost?

Robotic Precision Therapy is $125 per hour. The first session is 1.5 hours ($187.50) which allows time for a full assessment and a full treatment.  Any subsequent session is one treatment hour ($125).  We accept cash, credit, FSA & HSA. 

Do you take insurance?

We are an out-of-pocket clinic. Insurance stipulates the amount and duration of therapy sessions. We believe clients should get the therapy that helps them reach a place of wellness without restriction. We can provide an invoice with medical codes to file reimbursement from your insurance.

How many sessions are needed?

Most client protocols range from 1 to 10 sessions with an overall average of 5. Everyone’s body is different and some respond faster to the treatment than others.

Do I need a referral from my doctor?

No. We have doctors on staff that are able to assess the root cause of your ailment and create a customized therapy treatment plan for you.

Why are sessions 60 minutes?

We’ve found that a minimum of 60 minutes is a good balance between time, therapy, and recovery. We can accommodate longer sessions if a patient needs to address several areas in one session.

 

 
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