The majority of healthcare plans cover Occupation and Physical therapy services, and physical therapy doesn’t require a referral from a physician. We will need you to provide us with your most current insurance card and picture ID at your initial therapy appointment. As a courtesy, we will contact your insurance provider to try and obtain information regarding coverage for our services. Although we try to gather as much information as possible from your insurance provider, it is ultimately your responsibility to verify coverage for service. Together, we will do our best to navigate the ever changing landscape of health insurance.
Co-payments are due at time of service while deductibles, co-insurance and amounts that are not covered by your insurance will be billed to you and payable within 30 days of receipt. If you have a limited or high-deductible plan and would like to pay at the time of service, we are happy to provide an estimate of your costs.
Out-of-Network/Private Pay Rates
We offer a discounted private pay service rate of $195 for an initial OT/PT assessment, with follow-up treatments billed at $175/hour, payable at time of service. Clients with high deductibles or limited coverage for therapy usually find the cash rate less expensive than billing through insurance. We are happy to discuss this option with you further.
NOTE: No-shows and late cancellations, with less than 24 hours notice, will be charged the full Out-of-Network rates for the session.
Although you do not legally need a referral for your first visit with OT/PT, many insurance carriers will not cover services without one. We know many physicians in the community who we can refer you to in order to establish care if needed.
Personal training sessions are not billable through insurance.
We are a Preferred Provider for the following carriers:
- Kaiser Permanente PPO
- Labor and IndustryFirst Choice Health
NOTE: We have NO relationship with Medicare OR Medicaid and cannot provide services to beneficiaries. We cannot accept cash payments from individuals who have Medicare or Medicaid.