As part of the AposTherapy® program, a licensed clinician trained in AposTherapy® will assess your condition using specialized walking-analysis technology. Based on the results and clinical assessment, the clinician will calibrate a pair of AposTherapy shoes for you and work with you to create an effective yet convenient program.
Over the next months, the clinician monitors your progress and may adjust your footworn device and treatment program based on your progress.
Getting started with AposTherapy®
AposTherapy® is appropriate for people of all ages, including the elderly. However, it is not for everybody. Generally, individuals with severe balance problems, diabetic foot issues or uncontrolled systemic rheumatic disease are, unfortunately, not suitable for the program.
Otherwise, if you have knee or lower back pain and are located near a clinic (see our Locations page), then you are likely to be suitable for AposTherapy.
There are two ways to pay for AposTherapy® treatment
- Through medical insurance
- By funding it on your own (self-pay package)
Leading insurance companies carry AposTherapy®. Prior to admission, your insurance provider should be contacted to confirm that your policy covers AposTherapy® and to receive a pre-authorisation code.
Please note that, since medical insurance is a contract between the member/patient and the insurance company, settlement of the account remains the patient’s responsibility. Our patient care team is available to answer any of your questions or queries.
To check if your insurance company covers AposTherapy, please contact us here
You may choose to pay for the AposTherapy® treatment yourself.
Our fixed pricing* eliminates any hidden charges. This can be reassuring, especially if you are considering private care for the first time. Considering the benefits to AposTherapy—such as being non-invasive, drug-free and clinically proven—there are enough reasons to consider paying for it even in case it’s not covered by your insurance company.
The AposTherapy® program includes
|AposTherapy® program components||Standard|
|Personalized AposTherapy® footworn biomechanical device||1|
|Months of follow up monitoring||12|
|Care from a qualified AposTherapy® trained clinician||Yes|
|A personalized treatment program||Yes|
|Number of follow-up consultations*||5|
|Adjustments of components of the device according to the clinical needs at the follow-up consultations||Yes|
|Patient support services||Yes|
|What are my payment options?||Standard|
Specific payment plans are available in certain locations and can be discussed with you by the individual clinics.
*Follow-up consultations must be used within the months included in the program plan.
Some of the insurance plans that cover AposTherapy are:
- Blue Shield of California
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
- CareOne Employees (Insurance through Aetna)
- Cowen Employees (Insurance through Collective Health)
- HealthFirst Medicaid Plans
- HealthFirst Medicare Advantage Plans
- Healthcare Partners IPA
- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield Medicare Advantage
- Touro College Employees (Insurance through United Healthcare)
Please note: Even if your insurance plan is not listed above, there is still a good chance it covers AposTherapy—at least partially.
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