With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, more people are acquiring coverage on health exchanges. Although coverage options differ, most plans feature the same set of essential health benefits, which include coverage for rehabilitation services like physical therapy. In addition, a rising demand for PT is expected from the aging baby boomer generation. While baby boomers presently make up only 12 percent of the newly insured population, they account for a much larger share of healthcare services. Knee replacement surgeries, for example, have more than tripled amongst the baby boomer generation over the lastdecade, thereby increasing the demand for post-op physical therapy. Furthermore, the ACA’s focus on prevention means that insured individuals will be encouraged to seek physical therapy as a viable non-surgical treatment option, which will add to demand for services.