Insurance and Billing Policies
Patient benefits are verified prior to the start of treatment and individualized payment plans are available to those without coverage. Our helpful front office staff will verify your health care benefits prior to your 1st appointment. We will work closely with you to accommodate your individual needs. Patient responsibility can be paid by Visa, Mastercard, Check or Cash. Deductibles, co-insurances and copays are due at the time of service unless prior arrangements have been made with our Practice Manager. If your insurance carrier requires a physician’s order or prescription for physical therapy to cover services, it is the responsibility of the patient to obtain one from their physician. The Biomechanix billing staff will be happy to assist you with any questions.
Prior to your First Appointment
Our Front Office will contact you the day prior to your appointment to confirm and let you know if there will be any patient responsibility for your visit.
For your convenience, we have provided our new patient forms on our website. To help expedite your first visit, please download, print and complete the forms. Bring them with you when you come in for your first visit. If you choose to fill out the patient form packet at our office, please arrive 20 minutes before your appointment to allow enough time to get them completed before your appointment time. Download your New Patient Forms here.
What to Expect at your 1st Appointment
During your first visit, your therapist will conduct an initial evaluation to assess your current condition. Your initial evaluation may consist of objective findings and testing followed by an appropriate treatment plan, including a home-exercise program and discussing the treatment length and frequency of your rehabilitation.
Length of Appointments
Your initial evaluation will determine the appropriate length of each appointment based on each individual’s conditions, needs, and schedule. The average appointment is approximately 60 minutes.
What to Wear for Physical Therapy
Dress in clothing appropriate for your condition and does not inhibit movement. For example, a person who is attending physical therapy for their knee will want to wear athletic shorts or athletic pants, not jeans. Also, comfortable, supportive footwear is a must.