Frequently Asked Questions

What is physical therapy?

Physical Therapy is a science-driven, evidence-based profession with a focus on prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of movement dysfunctions and the enhancement of physical health and functional abilities. Physical Therapists help you improve health, eliminate pain, regain strength and improve balance, mobility and sports performance.

Learn more about physical therapy. -APTA

What should I wear to my appointment?

You should wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing. If you are being seen for knee or back problems, a pair of shorts is a good choice. For shoulder or neck issues, a tank top or sleeveless shirt is helpful.

How long are appointments?

For the first visit you should plan on an hour. After your evaluation is complete we will work with you to develop a schedule that meets your needs.

What is my responsibility as a patient?

Therapy is a partnership, and your therapist can’t do it for you or without you! Follow through with home exercise programs and instructions from your therapist. Your recovery and success depend on it!

Will my physical therapist communicate with my doctor?

After the first visit, our therapist will send an evaluation summary to your doctor and progress notes every ten sessions or monthly. Please let your therapist know when your doctors appointments are, so we can send the most up to date information prior to your appointment.

What will my therapist do on the first visit?

Your therapist will complete an initial evaluation during your first visit. The therapist will talk with you about your concerns, review your past medical history and medications you are taking, complete tests and measures, and discuss a plan of care to meet your goals.

What is a typical therapy session like?

Your plan of care may include specific exercises, soft tissue work and stretching, joint mobilization and manipulation, range of motion exercises, or you may be treated on specialized equipment such as the body weight support system.

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Payment Options

Dragonfly Therapy accepts most insurances, cash, checks, Visa and MasterCard.

Will my insurance cover your services?

We accept Medicare Part B, most commercial insurances and worker’s compensation. For specific questions please call our office at (207) 433-7778.


Dragonfly Therapy participates with many insurance providers and networks. For your convenience, we can verify insurance benefits prior to the start of therapy and offer you a written summary, including your deductible, coinsurance and copay information. After each visit we submit billing on your behalf to your insurance provider.

We currently participate with the following insurance providers and networks:

  • AARP
  • Aetna
  • Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • Federal Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • GEHA
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Martin’s Point
  • Medicare Part B
  • MedNet
  • United Healthcare
  • Workers Compensation

This is not a complete list.  Dragonfly Therapy is here to assist you with your billing questions. Your satisfaction is our top priority. For payment and insurance questions please call (207) 433-7778.

Therapy Service Fees

Fee rates for Dragonfly’s physical therapy (PT) services are straightforward. We will work with you to provide services that are within your budget.

Fees for PT services effective 1/1/2017:

Initial Evaluation: $130.00
Reevaluation: $70.00
Timed Assessments: $55.00/15 minutes
Timed Treatments: $55.00/15 minutes
Un-timed Treatments: $55.00/session
Dry Needling: $10.00/session