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Q: Do you accept my insurance? A: Please see our list on the “Insurance” tab. If you do not see your plan or provider listed, please call or email our office and we can verify if we are in network.   Q:  Will my insurance pay? A:  Most insurance plans cover outpatient physical therapy.  Usually there is a co-pay insurance/deductible due for each visit.  You can call your insurance ahead of time to verify your benefits. Q:  What do I pay and when? A:  You will be responsible for either paying your co-pay or estimated co-insurance every visit or weekly.  We accept cash, check, and all major credit cards. Q:  What if I have no insurance? A:  We offer a discounted rate to our self pay patients.  Call our offices to set up a payment plan. Q:  What do I bring to my first visit? A:  You should bring your prescription for therapy, a picture ID, and any insurance cards.  You can print and bring in your paperwork already filled out to save time.  See the Patient Forms page of our website. Q:  How should I dress? A:  You should wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing.  The clothes you bring or wear should allow us to treat the injured area.   Q:  What can I expect during my first visit? A:  During your first visit your physical therapist will obtain your medical history and perform special tests and measurements.  These tests and measurements will help your therapist set up your treatment plan.  You will also be given a home exercise program. Q:  How long is each visit? A:  Your initial evaluation will take approximately 1 – 1.5 hours.  Your follow up visits will take 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on your treatment plan. Q:  Who will you see?  A:  During each physical therapy visit you will be primarily be treated by your physical therapist.  However, any of our other qualified staff may help you during the course of your treatment. Q:  Will you communicate with my doctor about my progress? A:  Yes, your progress will be measured monthly, or whenever you follow up with your doctor. Q:  How many visits will I need? A:  Each injury is different and requires different time periods.  Your physical therapy time frame will be discussed with you and your physical therapist at your first visit.
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Q: Do you accept my insurance? A: Please see our list on the “Insurance” tab. If you do not see your plan or provider listed, please call or email our office and we can verify if we are in network.   Q:  Will my insurance pay? A:  Most insurance plans cover outpatient physical therapy.  Usually there is a co-pay insurance/deductible due for each visit.  You can call your insurance ahead of time to verify your benefits. Q:  What do I pay and when? A:  You will be responsible for either paying your co-pay or estimated co-insurance every visit or weekly.  We accept cash, check, and all major credit cards. Q:  What if I have no insurance? A:  We offer a discounted rate to our self pay patients.  Call our offices to set up a payment plan. Q:  What do I bring to my first visit? A:  You should bring your prescription for therapy, a picture ID, and any insurance cards.  You can print and bring in your paperwork already filled out to save time.  See the Patient Forms page of our website. Q:  How should I dress? A:  You should wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing.  The clothes you bring or wear should allow us to treat the injured area.   Q:  What can I expect during my first visit? A:  During your first visit your physical therapist will obtain your medical history and perform special tests and measurements.  These tests and measurements will help your therapist set up your treatment plan.  You will also be given a home exercise program. Q:  How long is each visit? A:  Your initial evaluation will take approximately 1 – 1.5 hours.  Your follow up visits will take 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on your treatment plan. Q:  Who will you see?  A:  During each physical therapy visit you will be primarily be treated by your physical therapist.  However, any of our other qualified staff may help you during the course of your treatment. Q:  Will you communicate with my doctor about my progress? A:  Yes, your progress will be measured monthly, or whenever you follow up with your doctor. Q:  How many visits will I need? A:  Each injury is different and requires different time periods.  Your physical therapy time frame will be discussed with you and your physical therapist at your first visit.
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