• 7300 Washington Ave, Racine, WI 53406
  • 1-262-884-6418
  • 1-262-884-6489

FAQs

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What sets us apart from other physical therapy providers?

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Our treatment approach is what sets us apart. We focus on providing hands on, one on one treatment with an emphasis on manual therapy. We stand by this approach as a majority of our referrals are generated through word of mouth and returning clients.

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What insurances do we accept?

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We are in network with most major insurance companies including United Health Care, Humana, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, WPS, WEA Trust, Health EOS, Medicare and more. If you are unsure if we accept your insurance, please call us @ 262-884-6418

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What Will Physical Therapy Cost?

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The cost of therapy varies based on your insurance plan but typically ranges from $70 to $100 per treatment session. You may be responsible for a portion of this cost depending on your insurance coverage. Factors to consider are individual deductibles, co-pays, and co-insurances. Call your insurance company to find out specific details on coverage.

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What if I do not have physical therapy coverage through my insurance?

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If you do not have coverage, we offer a self-pay option.

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How do I get started with physical therapy?

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Many insurance companies allow direct access without a doctor’s referral. In these cases, an individual can call to schedule an appointment. Some insurance companies and Medicare require a doctor referral. If this is the case, please see or contact your physician to obtain one prior to the first treatment session.

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Do I have a choice on where I receive physical therapy?

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Where you receive physical therapy is an important choice and it is your choice. All too often, large healthcare entities will try to force you into using their physical therapy without other options. Federal law allows you to choose your physical therapy provider regardless to where your doctor sends you.   Any physical therapy order is valid at our facility. If a formal therapy prescription is not given to a patient, just ask your doctor for one.

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What should I wear?

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You should come to therapy wearing comfortable clothing that allows your therapist access to the part of your body needing treatment. Examples of appropriate clothing include jogging pants, shorts, or other athletic apparel, tennis shoes, and tee-shirt. If you are scheduled for aquatic therapy please wear a swimming suit and bring a towel.