How do I schedule a visit?

Call us at 415-986-4979 to make an appointment. If you have insurance, please have a copy of your card available when you call to schedule your first visit. See Appointments for additional information.

How do I get to Ultrahealth?

We are located at 220 Montgomery Street, Suite 110, at the corner of Bush and Montgomery. If you work in the Financial District, chances are you are a short walk, drive or cab ride from the clinic. We are also easily accessible via public transportation - the Montgomery Street BART/MUNI station is two blocks from the clinic. For a map and more detailed information on where we're located and how to get here, visit our Contact page.

If I drive where should I park?

For affordable parking, we recommend the Sutter Stockton garage located at 444 Stockton St - there is also an entrance on Bush Street between Stockton and Grant, about two blocks from the clinic. We do not validate parking.

What insurance plans do you accept?

We accept all major PPO plans, including but not limited to: Blue Shield, Blue Cross, Cigna, Health Net, United Healthcare, Great West, etc. We are also Medicare certified. Visit our Insurance and Billing page for additional information.

Do I need a doctor's referral?

Your insurance may require a doctor's referral for physical therapy. Contact your health insurance company for this information.

How long will my physical therapy appointment last?

Your first visit typically lasts 45 minutes to an hour. Subsequent visits last 30 minutes to an hour. The amount of time varies depending on your injury and where you are in your treatment plan.

What time should I get to my appointment?

For your first visit, if you have not completed the New Patient Forms ahead of time, you should plan to arrive at least 10 minutes early. Otherwise please try to arrive 5 minutes early to all your appointments to allow time to change your clothing.

What should I bring to my appointment?

For your initial evaluation, please bring your completed New Patient Forms (found on the Forms page of this website), your insurance card, your doctor's referral, loose-fitting clothing to change into, and your good humor.

What kind of clothing should I bring or wear to my appointment?

Bring or wear clothing that is loose-fitting and easy to move around in, for example something you would wear to the gym. You can change (and shower) in our full-service locker rooms.

Do I need to bring a parent/guardian?

Minors must bring a parent or guardian to their first appointment.

What should I expect during my evaluation?

You will be interviewed and possibly tested to evaluate the extent and nature of your injury. You will also be asked what your goals and expectations are. The result will be clinical goals and a customized treatment plan that address your particular needs. Visit our Appointments page or our Physical Therapy page for more information.

How often will I need physical therapy?

Treatment plans vary widely depending on your injury and goals. Your therapist will formulate a treatment plan during your initial evaluation. It may change as you progress. You will also be given a home program. Visit our Physical Therapy page for additional information.

What is my therapist's background?

All our physical therapists are licensed in the state of California. They are required to maintain current licenses at all times. They are also required to fulfill extensive and ongoing continuing education requirements. You can find more information on our entire Staff on this website.

Will you be in contact with my doctor?

If there is a referring doctor, we will send your doctor an initial evaluation letter which details the therapist's findings and treatment plan. The therapist will send your doctor progress notes as needed. Also, the therapist will send your doctor a discharge summary when treatment is completed.

How much does my visit cost?

Our rates and your co-insurance vary depending on what procedures we perform and your insurance coverage. Please call us at 415-986-4979 for additional information.

How much is my co-pay?

Depending on your health insurance coverage, you may have a co-pay or coinsurance. Contact your health insurance company for this information.