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We Fix Pain Fast

Pain can stop you from doing what you love. At Airrosti, we focus on diagnosing the root cause of your pain, then work to help resolve that pain as quickly as possible — often within only 3 visits (based on patient-reported outcomes). Airrosti is a covered benefit by most major health insurance carriers, and a physician referral is typically not required. Call us at (800) 404-6050 to learn more or confirm your coverage. In-clinic and Remote Recovery (virtual care) treatment options are available. 

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WHAT IS AIRROSTI?

Airrosti providers are singularly focused on getting results for our patients, while providing the highest level of quality care. Whether you’ve been living with chronic and nagging pain for years or if you’ve recently experienced an acute injury, our providers help find the root of your pain to provide efficient, effective, and lasting relief in the vast majority of cases.

Our quality-care approach means we spend significant one-on-one time with every patient to thoroughly diagnose and help resolve the source of your pain through safe and effective soft tissue treatment. We then educate you and give you guidance you can use at home to speed your recovery and minimize the risk of future injuries.

Our goal is to fix pain FAST (typically within 3 visits based on patient-reported outcomes) — with no needles, surgery, or invasive procedures. We help save patients time and money, while also helping eliminate or dramatically reducing the need for costly and potentially dangerous prescription pain killers and opioids.

Injuries We Treat

Airrosti providers diagnose and treat most common musculoskeletal and joint conditions, including pain in the neck, back, shoulders, hips, elbows, knees, and feet. Our treatment has shown to be effective at helping resolve everything from headaches to plantar fasciitis. We are just as effective at resolving chronic back pain as we are at resolving acute sports/athletic injuries like pulls and strains, as well as repetitive stress/wear and tear injuries like tendonitis, frozen shoulder, and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Learn more about all the many injuries we successfully treat at Airrosti. 

DISCOVER THE AIRROSTI DIFFERENCE

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EFFECTIVE CARE

Airrosti’s quality approach to care is highly effective and efficient at resolving most muscle and joint injuries. Treatment consists of:

  • Individualized, one-on-one care
  • Thorough injury assessment and diagnosis
  • Targeted manual therapy, or
  • Provider-guided myofascial release
  • Individually prescribed recovery exercises
  • At-home instruction and injury education
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RAPID RECOVERY

Airrosti helps eliminate pain fast, in most cases allowing patients to return to pain-free activity while minimizing the risk of injury recurrence. Based on extensive patient-reported outcomes, it only takes around 3 visits to fully resolve an injury, and you can remain active during treatment. In-office and virtual, Airrosti Remote Recovery appointments are available. Discover why 99% of our patients say they would recommend Airrosti to friends and family.

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LASTING RESULTS

We focus on getting you out of pain fast — and keeping you out of pain long term. We help patients avoid lengthy treatment and recovery plans, as well as ongoing pain management plans. Based on in-clinic outcomes, 94% of our patients report Airrosti helped eliminate or significantly reduce the need for pain medications, and 92% of patients reported we helped prevent the need for further medical services.

MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Thank you for considering Airrosti! We’re fully committed to providing an exceptional experience for you from start to finish. We hope the information below helps address any questions or concerns you may have before scheduling your first Airrosti visit. We also encourage you to visit our FAQ page for even more answers to frequently asked questions.

Where is Airrosti located?

We are currently located throughout Texas in most major markets. In addition, we have several locations in Ohio, Virginia and Washington. To find an in-clinic provider near you, please visit our locations page.

For those who are unable to come in for in-clinic care or who simply prefer a virtual care solution, we also offer Airrosti Remote Recovery solution. Through Remote Recovery, you’ll enjoy the same access to our extensive clinical experience and quality care from the comfort of your own home. Click here to learn more about Airrosti Remote Recovery.

Does Airrosti take my insurance?

Airrosti is contracted with most major carriers, and we are always working to establish new relationships with out-of-network carriers. Insurance coverage varies by location and your individual policy structure.

Please call us at (800) 404-6050 to verify your specific coverage and your potential out-of-pocket costs. Our goal is to always provide your estimated cost per visit for in-clinic care or virtual, Remote Recovery appointments upfront.

You may also request an in-clinic or Remote Recovery tele-visit online, and we will verify your benefits coverage prior to your first appointment.

Please note we may not be able to verify benefits in advance for appointments scheduled with less than 48 hours’ notice.

Due to our unique carrier arrangements, Airrosti only accepts and bills primary insurance. However, our patients have access to their superbills through the Airrosti Patient Portal to independently file claims with any secondary carrier.

Airrosti DC Providers are enrolled, but not participating, in Medicare.  This means our DC Providers can see Medicare patients at our self-pay rates, and the Medicare ABN form must be completed at every visit.

To learn more about your coverage and payment options, see additional FAQs below or click here for more details. 

How do I know if Airrosti is right for me?

We know you may have questions about whether or not Airrosti can help you, especially if you’ve been suffering with chronic pain or an unresolved injury for years or feel you’ve exhausted all your treatment options. That’s why our primary goal for your first visit is to thoroughly assess and evaluate your condition, identify the root source of your pain, and determine if Airrosti treatment is right for you. We’ll walk you through a detailed explanation of your diagnosis and help you understand all your care options, so you can make an informed decision. If we are unable to resolve your condition, we’ll refer you to an appropriate specialist.

If we determine during your first Airrosti visit that we can’t help you, or you decide during your first visit that you do not want to seek Airrosti treatment for your injury, your visit up to that point will be free of charge and we’ll refund any money that has been charged before the start of the visit.

How do I know Airrosti treatment will work?

At Airrosti, we are truly committed to providing an exceptional patient experience. Our focus is on getting the quickest and best results possible for our patients, which is why we are diligent about tracking progress and outcomes for every patient.

Because of our consistent patient-reported outcomes and satisfaction rates, you can be confident in the effectiveness of Airrosti care. In fact, 88.3% of patients reported complete injury resolution following completion of their treatment plan, and 93% reported improvement.

By completing your prescribed treatment plan and participating in your active recovery program, we know there’s an extremely high likelihood you’re going to experience complete resolution of your injury.

ADDITIONAL FAQS

What are my options if I don't have insurance or my plan doesn't cover Airrosti care?

If you do not have insurance, have a high deductible plan, or if Airrosti is not covered under your plan, we do offer a convenient self-pay option. Our self-pay rates vary by location. The cost of treatment includes an hour-long appointment with our provider. Each appointment consists of a detailed evaluation, manual therapy, and active rehab. At Airrosti, our average treatment plan is 3 visits and, in most cases, Airrosti care is an affordable and efficient care option for resolving pain and injuries.

We accept checks and all major forms of credit cards, excluding American Express. HSA and Flex cards are accepted, providing the card has a credit card logo. We are unable to accept cash at any of our locations. We do offer convenient interest-free payment plans for those who need them, requiring an initial minimum payment at the time of each visit and monthly payments up to 12 months. When we call to verify your coverage and/or confirm your appointment, we will be happy to discuss our payment options in more detail and help make sure cost doesn’t keep you from getting the quality care you deserve.

What makes Airrosti different from other treatment options?

Airrosti providers are skilled at evaluating and assessing the root cause of your symptoms. The quality, one-on-one time we spend with each patient plays a key role in our outcome average. A detailed evaluation helps lead to a more accurate diagnosis, followed by highly specific manual therapy (in-clinic) or Provider-guided myofascial release (Remote Recovery), as well as individually prescribed rehab exercises to correct the underlying cause and prevent future injuries.

In nearly all cases, this allows for rapid recovery, complete injury resolution, and lasting results. In-clinic patients should expect to see dramatic improvement after the first visit, and most patients experience complete injury resolution in as few as three visits (based on in-clinic and Remote Recovery patient-reported outcomes).

We want to get you better as quickly as possible, but we also want to provide a really amazing patient experience. That’s something that we really focus on, and this is why more than 99% of our patients tell us they would recommend Airrosti to friends and family.

What can I expect when I schedule an Airrosti appointment?

At Airrosti, our goal is to provide an exceptional patient experience from scheduling your first appointment to completing your treatment plan. When you are ready to schedule your appointment, our Patient Advocate Team will prepare you for your first visit so you know exactly what to expect. All scheduling is coordinated through our centralized scheduling center in San Antonio. Our team will help schedule you at the time, date, and location most convenient for you and your schedule.

Remote Recovery patients will have the opportunity to select their preferred date and time of their first virtual Airrosti Remote Recovery appointment (video call) upon scheduling. More detailed instructions will be provided via email. Note all new patient paperwork must be completed online prior to your first Remote Recovery call. 

Watch this helpful video to learn more about what to expect on your first in-clinic visit to Airrosti. 

What does Airrosti treatment consist of?

The reason we’re able to get the remarkable and consistent results we do is because of our emphasis on finding all the components of your injury and delivering a very specific treatment to the soft tissues. These are the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue throughout the body and around the joints. When our bodies experience repetitive stress or trauma, this tissue is often injured. This leads to pain, numbness, weakness, and restricted range of motion.

Our focus at Airrosti is fixing the connective tissue and manually repairing it to its normal state — either through hands-on manual therapy or Provider-guided self myofascial release for Airrosti Remote Recovery patients. By doing so, we are able to very effectively increase strength, function and range of motion, while dramatically decreasing pain and allowing our patients to return to normal activity — whether that means running a marathon, doing CrossFit, gardening, playing with the kids, or simply being more productive and pain free at work.

How is my Airrosti Provider able to diagnose my injury?

Our providers evaluate the cause of your injury, without the use of MRIs or X-Rays in most cases. In fact, we only refer patients out for imaging in less the 3% of our cases. A core component of your first visit involves our providers setting aside adequate time to perform a series of range of motion, orthopedic, and functional tests that allow us to very accurately identify the specific cause of your pain. This allows us to deliver a very specific manual therapy designed to target and quickly eliminate your pain.

Whether you’ve been living with chronic and nagging pain for years or if you recently suffered a sports- or activity-related injury, we can help fix your pain fast!

Does treatment hurt?

We understand that our new patients may have some anxiety about the discomforts that can be felt during treatment. Rest assured, however, that our providers are well trained to deliver a very safe and effective treatment. Any discomfort you feel should be extremely temporary and will lead to a significant reduction in your current pain level.

Most conditions are resolved in as few as three visits based on patient-reported outcomes, and the majority of patients report little to no pain following the completion of the treatment plan. Additionally, you’ll receive detailed instructions for minimizing any post-treatment discomfort as well as specific exercises designed to speed your recovery and help prevent future injuries.

Why is an accurate diagnosis important?

Without an accurate diagnosis from a highly trained, musculoskeletal professional, many conditions can be easily misdiagnosed, resulting in ineffective and inefficient care. Not all pain is the same, and it’s important to understand the underlying cause to accurately treat and resolve the pain.

For example, tennis elbow (also known as lateral epicondylitis) could be caused by a problem in the neck. In other words, it may not be coming directly from the elbow. Knee pain is often the result of weak hip muscles, like the gluteus medius, that control the position of your knees when you are walking, running, or jumping.

Low back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal conditions and one of the injuries we consistently treat at Airrosti. Experts have estimated that approximately 80% of Americans will experience low back pain during their lifetimes. Not only is low back quite common and often debilitating, but it’s also extremely hard to diagnose.

It can result from injury, activity, or underlying medical conditions. Low back pain may be linked to the bony lumbar spine, discs between the vertebrae, ligaments around the spine and discs, spinal cord and nerves, lower back muscles, and even abdominal and pelvic internal organs.

The human back is composed of a complex structure of muscles, ligaments, tendons, discs, and bones, which work together to support the body and enable us to move around. The segments of the spine are cushioned with cartilage-like pads called discs. Problems with any of these components can lead to back pain.

Even with expensive diagnostic tests, frequently prescribed by healthcare providers, identifying the root cause of back pain can be extremely difficult. This often leads to ineffective care or long-term treatment plans and opioid prescriptions designed to mitigate the symptoms without resolving the true source of the pain.

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