Frequently Asked Questions
What areas do you serve?
Currently, Mother and Baby Wellness Collective serves in-home pediatric and pelvic health services in Roswell, Alpharetta, Milton, Woodstock, and Canton, and in-home pelvic health services in metro Atlanta. Refer to the map below. Not in those areas? You may request an in-home session outside of our radius for an additional travel fee. You can work with us in office at healthy BEing Wellness located at 2993 Sandy Plains Rd #115 Marietta, GA 30066. We offer virtual sessions as well.
What if I live outside of Georgia?
If you're looking for wellness sessions and you live outside of Georgia, we can work together virtually!
Do you accept insurance?
Mother and Baby Wellness Collective is an out-of-network physical therapy provider. This means that the fee is due at the
time of service. Our services may go towards your out-of-network benefits. You have the option to submit for reimbursement of services. If you are interested in doing so, please contact your insurance carrier and ask about your out-of-network physical therapy benefits and deductible. We can provide you with a detailed invoice to be submitted to your insurance company.
Why are you out-of-network?
Being out-of-network allows us to provide you with high quality, one-on-one, individualized care through in-person or virtual sessions. This results in quicker recovery with fewer visits while providing you with the care and attention you deserve.
What forms of payment do you accept?
Cash, check, credit card, HSA, FSA
Do I need a physician's referral?
In the state of Georgia you do not need a physician's referral for an initial physical therapy evaluation. We may see you for 21 days or 8 visits, whichever comes first, before we will need a prescription from an MD.
How long is each visit?
For the physical therapy initial evaluation, expect 60-75 minutes. For physical therapy follow-up sessions, expect 55 minutes. For wellness sessions, expect 55 minutes. There are options for 30-minute follow-ups. Please discuss with your physical therapist to determine if appropriate for your plan of care.