|We believe a strong body is the foundation of a good life!
What Premier Physical Therapy Expects of You
|Attendance and Compliance
- It is important for you to realize that active
participation in your health care is absolutely vital to a
successful rehabilitation experience. One of the most
important things you can do to speed up your recovery is
attend your scheduled appointments. Your
physician of therapist usually determines the number of
visits that will be appropriate for your condition.
Experience has taught us that the more consistent or
compliant you are with your treatment regimen, the better
chance you have making a full recovery. We understand that
situations will arise that make it difficult to keep all of
your appointments. If you are unable to make an appointment,
we ask that you give us a 24-hour notice of cancellation.
- You will need to wear loose fitting clothing that allows
exposure of the injured body part. Shorts, t-shirts, sweat
pants and other “gym” clothing are all appropriate and
preferred. Dressing rooms will be provided if needed.
|Patient Financial Responsibility
- Premier Physical Therapy understands that the cost of
health care can be a burden. It is our intention to make it
possible for all patients to receive the physical therapy
they require, regardless of insurance coverage or financial
circumstances. If you have healthcare insurance, we will
contact your insurance carrier, verify your therapy benefits
and discuss these benefits with you prior to your initial
evaluation. Your estimated portion of the payment is due at
the time of service, however, this is not always possible.
Should you have any estimated financial responsibility, we
will work with you to ensure that this will not stand in the
way of your healthcare goals. If you do not have insurance
benefits that cover physical therapy, we will work with you
to ensure you receive the same standard of care as our
patients with insurance coverage. By offering several
payment options and arrangements, we can find a solution to
any financial concerns.