Services for EveryBODY

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Evaluation

Includes a full body assessment of the target area and other relevant regions; a movement assessment; manual (hands-on) treatment; and a self-management program.

Clients will leave with a comprehensive understanding of their injury, other areas affecting the primary injury, and the plan for treatment, including self-treatment at home.

Women's Health

Women’s Health Evaluation

This Evaluation is appropriate for clients having difficulty with pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, or pain in the vaginal region.  This evaluation is comprehensive for the perineum and lower extremities.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Follow-up

Treatment begins with a quick re-evaluation of the previously defined treatment areas.

Treatment includes manual (hands-on) treatment and specific exercise prescription to continue until the next session.

Dance or Sports Evaluation

Dance or Sports Evaluation

This Evaluation is appropriate for clients who want to take their dance or sport to the next level while protecting their body from strain or injury. Though she is equipped to work with a wide range of athletes, Dr. Amy has particular expertise in dance and regularly consults with local ballet schools and ballet students.

Putting your health first

Fees for treatment sessions vary — please see Services for specific rates. All treatment sessions are one-on-one with Dr. Amy Konvalin and typically last 60 minutes.

Physical Therapy for EveryBODY is a fee-for-service clinic and is not in-network with any insurances.

This allows Dr. Amy to develop a treatment plan based on what is best for your health, rather than allowing insurance companies to influence treatment decisions. To learn more about how our treatment model can help you get back on your feet more quickly, and how it can actually save you money, see Fee-for-Service Info.

Payment is due at time of service via cash, check, HSA account, or credit card.

Upon request, you can receive receipts with treatment codes to bill your insurance directly. Insurance plans and coverages vary — please contact your insurance company with questions prior to treatment if you plan to seek reimbursement. 

Questions to Ask your Insurance  Fee-for-Service Info