Last Chance To Use Your 2022 PT Benefits and FSA Cards!!!

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Just checking in to see how you’re doing? Also wanted to send a message to be proactive. You see, it’s the last week of the year. Do you know what that means???? It’s time for you to take care of those nagging, aching pains and injuries. Why now you ask? To save you both pain, time, and money!

Let’s start with MONEY. The insurance landscape has changed and many of you have high deductibles requiring you to guess how much money to place on your flexible spending account at the end of 2022. How in the world are you supposed to guesstimate how your health was going to fair a year ago. Maybe it has been a healthy year for you and your family and you have a large balance on your FSA card that expires on December 31, 2022..

Maybe you have met your deductible and or your out of pocket maximum for 2022. why not get some of the kinks and stress out caused by the holiday season with some Physical Therapy treatment. Planning on running a Marathon in the spring? Get a head start on prepping your body and identifying your areas of weakness! The possibilities are endless but your 2022 FSA and PT benefits are not.

Next we will talk about your INSURANCE allotment of PHYSICAL THERAPY BENEFITS. If you don’t use all of your allowable physical therapy visits for 2022 in 2022 you’ll lose them!!! Sure you’ll get more visits at the start of the new year when your insurance plan renews, but…if you wait on that nagging, aching pain, as minor as it may seem, you’re putting yourself at risk. Let me explain…

Say you decide that in the first quarter of the 2023 it’s now time to get that pain or injury taken care of. You will start to use up your 2023 physical therapy insurance visits. That can become an expensive problem if you suffer another injury later in 2023 and you don’t have enough insurance visits left to get you through. That will cost you money out of your pocket to get out pain and back to doing the things you love.

Then there is TIME. The most valuable thing in life. When you let an injury go, your body will compensate around that injury more and more. Even day to day movements let alone sports and higher level activities will put more stress on the injury, or worse yet, other areas of the body. Simply put the longer you let an injury go the longer it will take to recover from that injury.

Lastly, PAIN. Pain means that there is a break down in your body, a weak link. With that you are always at risk to make it worse. You’re just waiting for the straw to break the camel’s back so to speak. When the time comes that you do too much volume, frequency or intensity of an activity that weak link will get worse.

The point of all this is, it’s great advice to be proactive with your health. No better day than today to take care of a nagging, aching pain or injury. It will save you pain, time and money!!!

Give us a call/text at 703-723-6758 to speak with one of our Specialists and see if the time is right for you to save!

Andrew Dombek is a nationally known Physical Therapist and founder of Northern Virginia's Leading Private Physical Therapy Specialist for athletes in their teens,30s, 40sand 50s, who want to keep healthy and active.

You might know Andrew from his early days working in downtown Washington D.C. where he was one of the former physical therapist for the finest athletes and performers in town performing at the Kennedy Center, in shows like Aida (The Timeless Love Story), The Producers, and the Washington Ballet.

Andrew (having been through many injuries throughout out his life), is a rare expert in understanding the psyche of returning to your sport after injury. Helping people stay active and giving back to his community are his passions. These characteristics have helped Andrew become an expert Physical Therapist and his Clinic to become the fastest growing PT clinic in Loudoun County.Over the last several yearshas become the premier physical therapy practice for runners in Northern, Virginia.Where the local running groups like the Ashburn Chapter of Mom's Run This Town as well as the high schools in his area like Broad Runand Briar Woods have retained AID Performance Physical Therapy for treating their runners and athletes.
Andrew Dombek, PT, MSPT, CMTPT, CGFI
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