We can verify your insurance coverage and let you know of any responsibilities that your plan details.  Our Patient Account Representatives are ready to schedule your appointment and confirm your benefits. Call us today!


Virtually all medical insurance plans cover physical therapy services.  You will often be required, however, to pay for a portion of your care through a COPAY (set rate per visit) or CO-INSURANCE (you are responsible for a percentage of the cost).  In addition, many plans begin the year with a DEDUCTIBLE (You pay up front until the deductible is met).

Our staff works diligently help you understand this process so that you are fully aware of your financial responsibility.


If you do not have Physical Therapy coverage or lack medical insurance, we can still help you!  We have a prompt pay discounted plan for those wishing to pay out-of-pocket for their Physical Therapy visits.  Contact our Patient Account Representative for more information on this option.

We also offer a Post Rehab self-pay rate for patients who want to continue their physical therapy after insurance coverage is exhausted or after their doctor has determined them to be rehabilitated. Similarly, for those wishing to continue for fitness purposes, our Fitness services allow you to do so.


We understand that medical costs can quickly get out of control and we don’t want cost to get in the way of your recovery.  If you find yourself having difficulty keeping up with your payments please ask a Patient Account Representative for help.  Often we can place your Patient Account on a reasonable Payment Plan so that you can continue to receive Physical Therapy and make a full recovery.


We regularly provide Physical Therapy for individuals injured at work.  If this is the case for you, your employer has a Workers Compensation Insurance Plan that will pay for your care.  You are able to select the provider you wish for your medical coverage.  We work with most Work Comp insurances already and can help you or your Case Manager get started with Physical Therapy so you can make a full recovery and return to work.