Contact Us


Location:

2210 Encinitas Blvd.
Suite B
Encinitas, CA 92024

Phone/Fax:

P: 760.512.0908
F: 760.683.3072

email:

info@pilatesandbeyondpt.com

Studio Hours:

Appointments available:
Monday-Saturday.

Please call or email studio for
details and scheduling.

Group Class schedule can be
found online by clicking here.


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Frequently Asked Questions


How long are initial sessions?
Please allow up to 90 minutes for your Initial Session, which includes an evaluation of the whole body and Health History Intake. A "normal" session thereafter is 55 minutes.

What should I wear?
Please bring or wear a T-shirt and/or sweatshirt, shorts and/or sweat pant, and clean socks.

Do I need a Doctor's permission to participate with MAT or Pilates?
If you are currently under supervised medical care, yes. Please bring a permission slip with restrictions for exercise. if you have the results from x-rays and/or MRI, please bring those to your first visit.

How is PBPT different from other forms of physical therapy?
PBPT at Pilates& Beyond PT is founded on the idea that a small, patient-centered, movement-oriented approach to physical therapy can offer patients an unrivaled possibility for healing. PBPT is grounded in the therapeutic movements and techniques of classical Pilates as well as traditional physical therapy modalities.
  • You will always be seen by one primary therapist for the full course of your treatment.
  • Most therapeutic exercises are performed on our Pilates equipment.
  • Our rehabilitation exercise programs are individualized to your specific interests and needs.
  • We give you the time and attention you need in order to assure specific muscle groups are being used correctly and in proper sequence in order to prevent potentially harmful movement patterns.
What can I expect in a PBPT session?
The initial physical therapy session will include a thorough hands-on evaluation of the joints and soft tissues involved, as well as a full postural and movement analysis during which asymmetries, alignment issues, and movement patterns will be assessed. Ms. Rainey will communicate her observations and develop an individualized plan of care to address her assessment as well as your goals and concerns.

During your course of physical therapy the following modalities may be used in addition to Pilates:
  • Manual therapy techniques such as soft tissue work and joint mobilizations.
  • Ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and heat and ice therapies to decrease pain, increase tissue healing, improve muscle contraction, and decrease inflammation.
Can I be seen without a physician's referral for PBPT?
Yes. If you would like to be evaluated without a physician's referral, you may be treated for a current diagnosis from your physician unless the therapist feels there is a need for further diagnostic testing or evaluation.

Do you bill insurance for physical therapy, MAT, or Pilates?
We do accept insurance for Physical Therapy, but not for MAT or Pilates.

More Questions? Email us or call 760.512.0908

Our Friendly
Referral Program

When you refer a friend you will receive 20% off your next session.