The following are frequently asked questions regarding your physical therapy:
Will my insurance cover physical therapy?
Yes, most all major health insurance companies cover physical therapy with a written prescription from your physician. Your responsibility is generally a co-pay or coinsurance for each visit. Rehab Concepts participates in major health insurance plans including;
- Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield
- United Healthcare
- Workers compensation
- Auto accidents
- Many other commercial health insurance plans
If you have questions regarding insurance coverage, please call our office. (203-458-6268)
Do I need a referral from my physician?
Yes, a referral is needed from your physician in order to receive physical/occupational therapy in CT. Your physician may fax it to the office or you may bring it with you.
What do I need for the first visit?
On your first visit, you should arrive 10 minutes early to complete insurance and registration information. Please bring your insurance card, physician's prescription or referral, and any operative reports, MRI or x-ray results you have.
What to wear?
Wear comfortable clothing that exposes the involved area and a supportive sneaker or shoe.
What should I expect on my first visit?
On the first session, your therapist will perform an evaluation to gain a specific understanding of your current condition. At the end of the session a treatment plan will be developed to resolve your problem areas.
What is included in my therapy treatment program?
Physical Therapy may use a combination of the following interventions: therapeutic exercises, education, functional training in self and home management, soft tissue and joint mobilization techniques, massage and application of certain modalities ie: ultrasounds, heat, ice etc.
How long will my treatment program last?
Your treatment program will vary according to your specific needs. A program will be set up to provide the best treatment for your current injury. A session will last on average 45-60 minutes.