Please read the whole page. At the bottom of the page you will find the links to two forms, the patient information form and the Intake form. Please complete both forms and bring them with you on the first visit to Back To Health. This will save you plenty of time having to fill them in on your arrival.
Your first therapy visit will be One hour. You will meet with your therapist and a treatment plan will be established so that you may meet your physical therapy goals. Each of your following appointments will be approximately 45 minutes. Your doctor and therapist will determine the frequency that you will need to attend therapy. You should arrive 15 minutes early so that we can organize your paperwork and make the necessary copies of your insurance cards.
Prescription from your physician for therapy services
Loose, comfortable clothing
Bring or wear appropriate shoes for exercising (if applicable)
Payment is due at the time of each service
The front office staff will advise you of your financial responsibility on your first visit, if not before.
We accept cash, checks, debit cards, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER and American Express.
Yes, we are a Medicare provider. Medicare covers 80% of physical therapy services. The remaining 20% is the patient’s responsibility unless you have a supplemental insurance. As a courtesy we bill all secondary insurances.
We participate with most health insurance plans; however, it is very important to call for benefits prior to attending therapy to ensure that services will be covered. We will call to verify your benefits for you.
As a courtesy to our patients, we will call to verify your benefits for therapy services. Please remember that a verification of benefits IS NOT a guarantee of payment. We are often quoted incorrect information and can only relay what we are told by your insurance company. It is always a good idea for you to call to verify this information.
All Medicare patients require a prescription for therapy services. Prescriptions are valid for 30 days following the date on the script. Private insurance companies may or may not require that you obtain a prescription. Some require a direct referral from your primary care physician (PCP). In all cases, it is important to call to verify this information with your insurance prior to starting treatment.