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These prices are for individual, private sessions whether in-person or via Skype/Face Time. Sessions begin with posture analysis and continue with exercise (E-cise) selection and instruction. You will be doing the e-cises during the session. The initial session is often 2 hours, sometimes more. Follow up sessions are usually 1 to 1½ hours, sometimes more. Please read the 3 agreements at the bottom of the page, below, as they are critical for your success.
The therapy process has 3 phases: restore, strengthen, and maintain. During the Restore phase, the main focus is on re-positioning the musculoskeletal system to restore function. While it is impossible to predict how long this phase will take because it depends on many factors, it will most likely take at least 8 weekly sessions.
The strengthen phase continues the re-positioning work and increases the demand so that you will be able to do more of the activities you want to do without pain. This phase is usually 8 bi-weekly sessions.
The maintenance phase is highly individual. It can be monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, etc.
Package of 8 sessions: $1,200, plus GRT.
Package of 4 sessions: $650, plus GRT.
The following are for non-package sessions:
Initial single session: $200, plus GRT
Subsequent single sessions: $175, plus GRT
Online sessions (not in-person, nor Skype): $125, plus GRT
(You send in the 4 posture photos, and receive an email with a menu of ecises).
Cancellation policy: Kindly give 72 hours notice (3 business days) to avoid being charged for a scheduled session. If an opening exists and the session is rescheduled within the same week, you won't be charged for cancelling.
3 Agreements: these requirements must be met for the method to be successful:
1. You agree to do the prescribed e-cises every day (20 – 60 minutes, give or take).
2. You agree to meet with your therapist every week for the first 8 sessions, (give or take), and then bi-weekly for a while, then monthly.
3. You agree to communicate both during the session and between sessions with your therapist about what feels good, what is hurting, how the ecises feel, how you are feeling, etc.