The Business

Resilient Strength & Rehab is a mobile business based out of Tulsa, OK. I am open to where we conduct business. Therapy can be performed at your home or a gym when appropriate. In most cases however, I share space at Cultivate Strength, a clinic that is open to cash-based rehab and exercise professionals who don't have a facility of their own.

Resilient Strength & Rehab is a side business for me, in addition to my full-time physical therapy job. I am available evenings on some days of the week and throughout the day on weekends. Perhaps one day, when the time is right, this will become my beating heart. A place where a resilient culture and passion will collide to help change lives and provide the care and service the current medical system often fails to deliver. Due to decreasing reimbursement rates from insurance companies, it's not uncommon for clinics to double or triple book patients so they can continue to make a profit. So not only are you possibly sharing someone else's time, the therapist is likely not able to be as hands-on with you since they are focused on 2-3 people, as well as trying to stay caught up with documentation. With me, you will receive one-on-one service with no distractions. My aim is to offer a more premium service without the influence or dictation of insurance companies.

*Resilient Strength & Rehab is a fee-for-service practice. This means I am out-of-network, and I will not send a bill to your insurance provider. I accept cash or card. Upon request, a detailed receipt with necessary codes will be provided if you wish to pursue a self-claim through your insurance provider.

Fee-for-service may not be ideal for everyone. However, for those who don't have health insurance, have a high co-pay or deductible, or want a more premium service, fee-for-service physical therapy can be of great benefit. There are no hidden fees, and you won't be surprised months later with a bill for fees your insurance provider did not pay. In some cases, you will actually save money. High deductibles and progressively increasing co-pays can add up to a big expense. Especially if you are being seen for 2-3 visits/week for 6-8 weeks like most traditional therapy plans recommend. To be clear, this kind of frequency can be ideal for some diagnoses and specific populations. However, I've found that most individuals who are willing and able to engage in their home exercise program as prescribed; have benefited just as well from a handful of visits for coaching or specialized hands-on therapy techniques.

I currently cannot accept money from individuals who have Medicare. Due to US government laws, some health care professions are not allowed to accept money from Medicare beneficiaries. I am currently looking into this further however and hope to have a solution soon!

Questions? Scheduling? Feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I'm happy to answer any questions you may have, or schedule a visit.