Patient Info

Insurance Options

Motion Stability’s unique model allows a patient to choose a level of accessibility of care that fits their needs while still allowing for the personalized attention the patient deserves. For those who desire to use their in-network health insurance, our clinical staff therapists provide an individualized service while accepting the majority of insurances. For those patients desiring a more concierge-like service or need a therapist that specializes in more complex or unresolved pain, our senior therapists provide more extended time and specialized training as out-of-network insurance or self pay providers.

A Unique Clinic Model That Meets Your Needs

Depending on your physical therapy needs and preferences, our practice offers you the choice of two different options.

If you desire to use your in-network insurance, our clinical staff therapists are available. If you prefer or need a longer and extended appointment time with one of our therapists, our senior therapists may be right for you. 

No matter your choice, you always get undivided, one-on-one time with your therapist at every appointment, and collective wisdom from the entire team. Our therapists meet weekly to review and collaborate on cases, answer questions, and solve problems.


Here’s what you can expect from our Senior Therapists:

  1. One hour appointments
  2. Out-of-network insurance or self pay
  3. Private room
  4. Your choice of a specific highly sought after senior physical therapist 
  5. Patients with complex cases often report quicker improvement and recovery

*If you are not sure which practice to work with, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help determine which practice option best fits your needs.

Clinical Staff

Here’s what you can expect from our Clinical Staff Therapists:

  1. 40 minutes of undivided and individualized time
  2. Collective wisdom from the whole team on your case
  3. In-network insurance coverage

Our Clinical Staff Therapists accept the following in-network insurance contracts:

  • Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield (BCBS)
  • PPO, POS, HMO, BCBS Medicare Advantage
  • Medicare
  • Cigna
  • Aetna
  • Tricare / Tricare Prime
  • Humana / ChoiceCare
  • United Healthcare
  • Department of Labor
  • Align Networks
  • Medrisk
  • and more..

*Please contact us to inquire if we are providers of other insurance contracts that are not listed.

Direct Access

Georgia state law allows the patient to receive a physical therapy examination and treatment without a referral from a physician for the first 21 days or 8 visits. There are other instances like chronic or neuromuscular developmental conditions as well as health, wellness, and maintenance status that allows the patient to extend their physical therapy care past this time span. Please note that there are some insurance providers that do require a physician referral. When the patient contacts us to schedule, we are happy to collect the proper information of the patient’s case to determine if a physician’s referral is required.


What can I expect from physical therapy?
Physical Therapists perform a variety of interventions, including manual therapy, neuromuscular re-education and therapeutic exercise. At Motion Stability, all treatments are performed by the Physical Therapist; we do not employ aides or technicians. Exercises are supervised and individualized for the patient as it pertains to their condition and goals for therapy. Each patient is also instructed in a home exercise program, which is designed to complement treatments performed in the clinic, as well as given instruction in proper posture and body mechanics.
What do I need to bring with me on my first appointment?
Please be sure to bring your completed patient forms, any referral or script from your doctor or other health practitioner (if needed), your insurance card, driver’s license, and method of payment. Please arrive 20 minutes ahead of time to make sure all forms and necessary paperwork are completed.
What should I wear to my first appointment?
Generally, it is a good idea to wear loose and comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. If the condition for which you are being treated involves a specific region of the body it is preferred that that area be as accessible as possible. If you have been given or are currently using any assistive devices, including orthotics, please bring them with you.
What will happen during my first appointment?
During your first visit, we will talk to you about your history and ask you questions relating to your injury or problem including what your symptoms are and what makes you feel better or worse. We will ask about previous injuries, other current or past medical conditions, as well as your daily activities such as work, sports and hobbies in order to determine factors related to your problem. We will also review any special tests (x-rays, CT scans, etc.) that you have had.
We will then do a physical assessment and biomechanical exam to assess your movement and problem areas. Along with your history, this will help us determine the cause of your pain and dysfunction and how to treat it most cost effectively and efficiently. We will then discuss our findings and begin our treatment plan directed at achieving your identified goals for therapy.
What will happen on subsequent visits?
Your session may involve various forms of treatment based on your individual needs. Treatments may include, but are not limited to manual therapy, dry needling, neurodynamics, modalities, and specific exercise and functional movement progressions. All interventions all aimed to reduce your pain and dysfunction and restore you to your functional and performance goals.