Frequently Asked Questions
Virginia is a Direct Access state which means that a patient can see Dr. Marshall, PT, DPT in a timely manner without an initial referral or unnecessary expensive tests. However, if the patient wants additional treatment beyond 30 days from the start of service (or more than 10 visits), then a referral from their physician to continue physical therapy is required according to the law and regulation from the Board of Physical Therapy in the state of Virginia.
- Quicker and better results in less time with fewer appointments!
- Comfort and Convenience of treatment in your home.
- 60-minute appointments with uninterrupted, one on one care by a Doctor of Physical Therapy.
- Unlike most insurance-based models, I have the flexibility and freedom to provide unlimited time and resources to get you well.
- No co-pays, deductibles, or co-insurance.
- Use your FSA / HSA.
Yes! Dr. Marshall, PT, DPT will provide you with a detailed receipt for you to give to your financial institution. Please review the rules and regulations regarding the use of funds in these accounts before your appointment to ensure eligibility. Flex spending accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) apply!
Most sessions will last between 30-60 minutes. Unlike a traditional clinical insurance-based model, Marshall’s cash-based care gives you control to determine the number and frequency of your appointments to restore wellness. It could take as little as several appointments and as long as several years but feel confident that you will be well cared for during the entire process.
Yes. Dr. Marshall, PT, DPT has provided virtual visits for patients that desire it. Restoring your health can be achieved in a variety of different methods and Dr. Marshall, PT, DPT is flexible and knowledgeable in providing out-of-the-box treatments for his patients.