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  • What to expect?
    For your initial consultation you should expect a full body evaluation, with focus on the site of pain described by the patient. The consultation will last about an hour. You may experience some discomfort after the session but it is normal after poking around and trying to find the source of pain! Once you schedule your appointment, you will recieve an email with a link to an intake form. Please fill out this intake form before your visit.
  • What to wear?
    For your initial evaluation or any physical therapy or bodywork session, please wear athletic clothing. Shorts are best because it gives the practitioner easier access to the muscle groups of the lower extremities.
  • Why don't you take insurance?
    Our mission is to put the power of your health and wellness back into your hands. In order to provide high quality, personalized care we have chosen quality over quantity. The care you receive at traditional physical therapy clinics contracted with insurance carriers is often dictated or influenced by health insurance companies. By not accepting insurance, we can offer individualized care to achieve your goals. Our goal is to spend one-on-one time with patients to gain results faster in a shorter amount of time. *Keep in mind we will also provide an itemized receipt for you so that you can submit to your insurance if you have out of network benefits.
  • ​How do you take payment?
    VeloFit, LLC is an out-of-network provider with all insurance carriers so we do not accept health insurance plans. We operate as a fee-for-service practice and do not contract with insurance providers. We accept cash, checks, credit cards, debit cards, Venmo, health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA). Payment is due at the time of service.
  • Do I need a referral for PT?
    As of July 1st, 2023, Virginia is now a full direct access state which means that PT’s are now able to evaluate and treat a patient without a need for a referral or prescription. We also now are able to dry needle without requiring a script from a doctor. This means quicker access when you need it and without a ceiling or restriction to your treatment.
  • How much will it cost me if I have out-of-network benefits?
    Please refer to the new patient intake form here and scroll down to "Out-of-Network (OON) Insurance Benefits Reference Sheet" to help you ask the right questions to understand what your benefits are with your specific insurance provider.
  • How come you don't answer the phone?
    The best way to get your questions answered is to email Unfortunately we cannot answer phones since we are actively working on clients and our office administrator is working remotely to assist us. Thank you so much for your patience! 🙏
  • How do I schedule a session?
    Please click the "Book Now" feature on the website in order to access our services.
  • How can I get added to your waitlist?
    Please email to get on the waitlist with your preferred days/times available. The waitlist is only reserved for physical therapy clients, NOT for bike fits. We cannot guarantee that you will be seen when you are requested but we will do our very best!
  • Do you only work on athletes?
    We believe every one is an athlete! If you have a body, you are an athlete. The doctors on staff have a diversity of training in the medical field and have over 30 years of clinical practice.
  • I've booked a prepaid appointment and want to change/cancel it. Who do I contact to reschedule or cancel?
    Please email your request to to rebook or cancel.
  • What should I bring to the bike fit session?
    Bicycle - Clean and in good working condition Cycling Clothing - Bike shorts and jersey (form fitting clothes) Cycling Shoes - Clean and dry. If you have old worn out cycling shoes or cleats now is the time to replace them. If you have recently purchased new cycling shoes please bring your old pair as they can assist with gathering information about cleat set up. Towel - You will be working a bit, so expect to be a little sweaty
  • Do you have a changing room?
    Yes, we do! We also have a shower for you to use if you get really sweaty. 😓
  • Am I going to be working hard during the session?
    Yes, and you should bring your own towel too. You will do a little warmup to get the body moving
  • Does Dr. Kur still do physical therapy?
    Yes! ABSOLUTELY! Dr. Kur believes that bike fitting is only a small piece of the puzzle to get the ergonomics on the bike correct. The real work is off the bike. He takes pride in his clinical skills and knows how much it takes off the bike to improve the performance on the bike
  • Do you still offer Recreational Fits?
    Yes, we do! Margie Shapiro, a former pro triathlete and coach has been undergoing training with Dr. Kur to offer this service for those who are trying to get comfortable on the bike. You can schedule the sessions with her directly by emailing
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