Your Guide to Navigating Health Insurance and Physical Therapy
All physical therapy is medically beneficial, regardless of what the bureaucratic fine print tells you. Here’s everything you need to know about physical therapy and insurance coverage.
The general rule of thumb when it comes to physical therapy insurance coverage is that insurance covers treatment that’s considered “medically necessary.” How is that defined?
Medically necessary: treatment needed to diagnose or treat an illness, injury, condition, disease or its symptoms (Healthcare.gov)
What’s Left Out?
Preventive physical therapy
Long-term physical therapy
Holistic physical therapy
Preventive Physical Therapy
Say No To Limitations
Learn More About Health Insurance and Physical Therapy
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Schedule Your First Evaluation
Let’s make moves.
Set up your first session with Dr. Ken Clark. We’ll go over your pain points, lifestyle habits, and goals in order to come up with a tailor-made physical therapy plan for short-term relief and long-term results.
If you’re not quite ready to set up an in-person evaluation, feel free to give us a call instead. We can talk through your options and answer any questions you may have.