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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring someone to therapy with me for support?
Is therapy covered under insurance?
Will you communicate with my doctor about my status?
What if I am menstruating?
How long will I be in therapy?
Will therapy be painful?




Can I bring someone to therapy with me for support?

Yes, we will provide you with a lot of new information. You are welcome to bring someone along to help you comprehend all the new information and for support. Occasionally, some self treatment recommendations may be appropriate for your support person to help you with at home.

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Is therapy covered under insurance?

Yes, therapy is covered through the major medical insurance companies, including Medicare. We will help you to obtain information on your particular therapy coverage.

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Will you communicate with my doctor about my status?

Yes, we send frequent updates to your doctor.

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What if I am menstruating?

Menstruation generally does not interfere with therapy. Speak to your therapist about your concerns.

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How long will I be in therapy?

Each individual is unique. Therapy duration is affected by how long you have had your present symptoms, the severity of your symptoms, and your willingness to incorporate therapy recommendations.

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Will therapy be painful?

For patients seeking therapy for symptoms related to pain, yes, some aspects of therapy may be uncomfortable. Your therapist will discuss all potential reactions to therapy so that you may participate confidently.

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