End of Year Physical Therapy Insurance Benefits Reminder

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You don’t need to have a major injury to receive physical therapy. In fact, physical therapy can be helpful if you have problems with pain, stiffness, motor skills, coordination, balance, or strength. These are problems that you may have been putting off managing, especially if they are not severe.

The good news is that by this time of year, many have met their yearly deductible and out-of-pocket maximums. Those with Flexible Spending Accounts or Health Savings Plans may have additional benefits that, if left unused, will expire at the end of the year.

That makes this the perfect time of season to make time for your health with a visit with your Physical Therapist. If you are struggling with pain, lack of mobility, or are nursing an injury that just will not heal, we want to help get to the root of the problem and get you on the road to recovery.

Did you know?

State law allows you seek physical therapy treatment without the need of a physician’s referral. This is known as direct access, and it provides you with immediate care for your musculoskeletal needs. Some insurances, however, do require a referral. To help ensure the quickest path to access the care you need, we are happy to verify your insurance benefits prior to any visits.

Get started today!

If you are ready to get the most out of your health benefits before the year is over, contact us today by using our online request form below. We look forward to helping you!

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