Cost FAQ’s

How much does PT cost?

Move Forward PT accepts most insurance plans, health savings plans (HSA) or cash-pay.

Insurance: in network with Medicare, Aetna, Harvard Pilgrim, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and Martin’s Point.
If you are out of network, a superbill will be provided so you can submit it to your insurance for

Cash pay: The fee for a PT evaluation is $130 (60 mins) and for a follow up visit (50-60 minutes) is $110. Payment
will be collected at the time of service via check, cash or debit/credit card. Once the evaluation has
been completed, there is an option for 30 minute sessions for $60. There are discount packages listed

Special rates are available for Direct Primary Care clients.

Other services:
Dry needling sessions are 30 minutes and will be $60.
Radial Pressure Wave (RPW) Therapy sessions are 15 minutes and will be $50.
Running assessment on treadmill: $50

Optimal Health Program:
Bundle your visits to maximize your benefit:
Five 30 minute sessions $270 ($30 overall discount)
Five 60 minute sessions $500 ($50 overall discount)


Dry Needling

A modern treatment designed to ease muscular pain. Also known as intramuscular stimulation, the art of dry needling inserts filiform needles into the “trigger points” of knotted or hard muscles. The concept is to release the knot and relieve muscle pain or spasms. Special training is required to perform dry needling and MoveForwardPT is a certified provider ready to help you alleviate pain.

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Functional Movement Assessment

Where does it hurt? Back, neck, shoulder, knees? Often-times aches and pains can be related, and the best treatment is to discern the underlying connection. I will work with you to fully assess your individual situation and determine the best course of action. My goal is to have you go about your daily and recreational activities as pain free as possible.

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Tennis Injuries

Suffering with “tennis elbow” or shoulder pain from adding more spin to your serve? Is your knee hurting from all the twisting motions and lateral movement on the court? Dr. Nappi has been playing tennis for 30 years and is very experienced with treating tennis injuries. She will work with you and your tennis pro […]

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"“Thank you so much for the care and healing you have provided me over the years.” My family and I are continually impressed with your positivity and professionalism, and you have brought relief and strength, when I have not been able to find it elsewhere”. -Peter J
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“ I have severe chronic arthritis in my neck and Kim has done wonders! Her expertise, dedication and determination have improved my issues immensely. " -Marty W.
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“I have been seeing Kim for a few years now. First it was a bad back, then I went to her for a left knee replacement. Then I went to her for my right knee replacement. I have had a chance to see other therapists, but no one could help me like she has. I would not hesitate to go to her again.” -Doug S.
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Physical therapy is considered the number one treatment for vertigo and can typically be treated in only one to two treatments. MoveForwardPT specializes in the treatment of positional vertigo (BPPV) and other conditions such as post-concussion syndrome, Meniere’s, labyrinthitis, and vestibular neuritis. These non-invasive treatments have lead to great success for patients suffering from these debilitating conditions.

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