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What to Expect
When dealing with any pelvic floor issue, we know that it can be both confusing and unnerving. We provide a space for you to ask the questions you want to be answered and to give you the peace of mind your body deserves. We specialize in treatments for both men, women, and children. All of our appointments are an hour long so as to give you a full and thorough treatment, every time. Feel free to wear any clothes that you are comfortable in. Our treatments can include both external and internal exams, depending on your specific plan of care and your specific needs. We specialize in manual physical therapy and we offer an array of treatments and exercises, ranging from ultrasound to strengthening exercises. We welcome you to schedule an initial exam with our therapists Dr. Dhara Solanki and Dr. Victoria Kuberka so we can heal, together.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How long are the appointments?
All appointments, including your first visit, are an hour long.
2. What kind of treatment should I expect on my first visit?
You will have a combination of a consultation and manual physical therapy. This can involve either an external or internal examination.
3. Do you take my insurance?
Pelvic Health Center of Santa Barbara is currently not contracted with any insurance carriers, with the exception of Medicare. What we can provide you with is a super bill for your visits, which you can send into your insurance provider. If you are covered for out of network physical therapy benefits, you may be refunded some of your money, but this is not guaranteed.
4. What is the cost per visit?
The cost per visit is $150.
5. How many visits will I need?
This is completely dependent on the type of plan of care that your physical therapist will create for you. On average, treatment plans last anywhere between 4 weeks to six months.
6. Do I need a referral?
While it is not required for you to have a referral to be seen we do like to have one on file. Please ask your GP or any other MD to write you a referral if possible. If you have Medicare, it is required for you to have a referral before your second visit with us.