Rates:

Personal training including:

  • General strength and conditioning programming
  • StrongFirst kettlebell instruction
  • Functional mobility programming including Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and Functional Range Conditioning (FRC)
  • Group fitness preparation
  • Movement education/exercise technique enhancement

Initial session: $120 for one hour

All subsequent single sessions: $60/half hour

Monthly memberships*: 

  • Once per week: $220/month
  • Twice per week: $425/month
  • Three times per week: $650/month
  • Unlimited: $1,000/month

Annual memberships*: If your goal is consistency, annual memberships will be of the greatest value overtime. Payment plans are available if desired.

  • Once per week: $2,500
  • Twice per week: $4,500
  • Three times per week: $7,000
  • Unlimited: $11,000

*Rates are based on half hour sessions, for hour sessions price is 2x the cost

Online lifestyle coaching programs:

$250 per three movements or behaviors (see here for further details)

PHYSICAL THerapy including:#

  • Australian manual therapy
  • McKenzie mechanical therapy
  • Selective functional movement assessment (SFMA)
  • Neurokinetic therapy
  • Functional Range Release (FRR)

Out-of-Network Benefits:

  • Main Line Physio, LLC is an out-of-network practice. This means that sessions will be billed to your insurance company but sessions will only be covered under your out-of-network benefits. All charges not covered by your insurance company, become the responsibility of the patient and you will be billed accordingly, not exceeding $225 for the initial evaluation and $150/hour for subsequent sessions.

Self Pay:

  • If you do not wish to have your sessions billed to your insurance company you may choose to “self-pay”
  • Rates:
    • Initial session: $225 for one hour
    • All subsequent single sessions: $75/half hour

#Physical therapy is defined as the evaluation and treatment of individuals with physical impairments, functional limitations and disabilities performed in order to determine a diagnosis, prognosis and plan of treatment intervention. Physical therapy services do not include programming for improving general power, strength, endurance, or flexibility capacity, unless these limitations are found in conjunction with a specific diagnosis.