Warrior Wellness and Rehab
FRUSTRATED? CONFUSED? IN PAIN?
WARRIOR WELLNESS AND REHAB HAS BEEN THERE AND UNDERSTANDS!
What makes us different?
We listen to you. Every visit will begin with time for you to communicate any changes since last visit, how your exercises are going, or any concerns.
Develop an individualized plan. YOU are the center of every plan. Using our extensive training, we can use the information you give us to tailor a plan to fit your needs.
Empower you to meet your goals. Through individualized 1:1 sessions with your Doctor of Physical Therapy, you will gain the confidence you desire and need in your new body! It is part of our foundation to help you set and meet meaningful goals. You are never working toward outside goals at Warrior Wellness and Rehab believe in a collaborative team approach!
GET TO KNOW US
Dr. Jen has developed a passion for treating chronic conditions through her own health journey with hEDS, dysautonomia, Nutcracker syndrome, May Thurner syndrome, Thoracic outlet syndrome, Craniocervical instability, and chronic pain. She is a board certified neurologic clinical specialist and is certified in vestibular rehabilitation, dry needling, and LSVT BIG for the treatment of Parkinson's disease. She also has extensive training in the treatment of concussion and cervicogenic dizziness.
A Warrior is a brave or experienced soldier or fighter, those who have chronic conditions and chose to continue to pave a path to their future are warriors! The symbolic nature of being a warrior demonstrates that the journey may not be easy, but with support, it will be worth it.
Warrior Wellness and Rehab specializes in partnering with individuals living with complex chronic conditions who are motivated to pave a path to their future and take back their independence. Dr. Jen has a unique perspective that allows her to see the whole person, to get the root of the problem. Her training allows her to blend her board certification in neurologic physical therapy and orthopedic manual therapy empower you to live the life you want. You can choose to see her in her office or have her come to your home, no more worrying about driving or organizing rides!
Dr. Jen became passionate about all aspects of chronic illness through years of frustration around her own medical journey. Being a warrior herself, She knows how important it is to be heard and utilize a holistic approach in treatment.
What type of visit is best for you?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long will I need PT?
Every body is different, however usually 6-8 visits spread over 1-2 months. It is important to finish your entire plan with your PT to gain the most long term benefit and return to your goals even after the pain is gone.
3-4 visits will be to make a long term difference in your pain
3 visits to give you a plan for strengthening and improving movement patterns to keep the pain away and return to your goals.
1-2 visits will be to support your independence in these new habits.
Because we dedicate 1:1 appointment slots to optimize your rehabilitation, we ask for 24-hours notice if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment. If you need to change your appointment within this window, a $50 cancellation fee will automatically be charged to your account.
In order to maintain transparent pricing and optimize patient care, Warrior Wellness & rehab has chosen to be an out of network provider for all insurance except Medicare. A superbill will be provided upon request for you to submit to your insurance.
In Tennessee you can come directly to see your physical therapist without a referral from an MD, however Medicare continues to require a referral which can be faxed to 423-389-9336 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Choose Out of Network?
We offer upfront pricing which is consistent no matter what service is provided. With in-network providers, you are billed by the type of service which could result in a bill of $900 or more for one visit! For example, in an initial visit for a dizzy patient the therapist may bill a high complexity evaluation ($360) and a canalith repositioning maneuver ($575).
You're in charge of your care
Most clinics have contracts with the insurance company that decide a reimbursement rate. Skilled hands on therapy unfortunately is often reimbursed at a lower rate.
Most insurance companies do not require that your doctor of physical therapy give you their undivided attention which could result in the use of therapy extenders and lower quality care.
You are in control of your health, no waiting for insurance to approve your visits or how long you can be seen, you get to meet your goals and return to doing the things you love faster.
We chose to be an out of network provider because it allows us to provide highly specialized, quality care to our patients, especially our patients with complex medical needs such as Concussion, hEDS, POTs, vascular compressions, and chronic pain. We understand that finances can be a limiting factor, however a gap exception may be a good option in these cases. A gap exception is when there is a “gap” or disparity of in network providers qualified to treat your condition within a reasonable drive. You can choose to file for a gap exception with your insurance company and maintain the same benefits of up-front pricing without surprises while submitting your superbill to your insurance as in-network if your gap exception is approved.