Appointments & Forms
wHAT TO BRING TO YOU INITIAL VISIT:
- Doctor's Prescription for physical therapy
- Primary Insurance Card
- Secondary Insurance Card (if applicable)
- List of medications with dosage & frequency
- Optional - Patient Registration, Medical History, Privacy forms...only if completed in advance.
Insurance & Payment options
- AARP Medicare Complete
- Aetna Better Health of Virginia
- Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Anthem Healthkeepers
- Coventry Health Plans
- Medicaid secondary coverage
- Optima Health
- Tricare (Health Net) Veterans Administration
- United Healthcare
- United Healthcare Medicare
There are instances when we are able to obtain authorization for services even though we are out-of-network with a provider. So, if you do not see your insurance company listed, please feel free to contact us and have us verify insurance benefits.
2. A physical therapist shall not perform a “direct access initial evaluation” of a patient if the physical therapist has previously performed an initial evaluation of the patient for the same condition within the immediately preceding 60 days.
3. A physical therapist who has not completed a doctor of physical therapy program or who has not obtained a certificate of authorization pursuant to Section 54.1- 3482.1 may conduct a one-time evaluation of a patient, but provide no further treatment, without a referral. The initial evaluation will be faxed after the first visit, per our standard procedures.
Physical therapists complete extensive education and specific training in a doctoral program, or through required advanced training, to be able to determine whether or not your problem is truly due to a musculoskeletal condition. If the therapist determines that your condition is beyond the scope of physical therapy care, they will refer you to the appropriate medical professional.