Insurance Claims for Physical Therapy

Do you have a physical problem, such as low back pain, tendinitis, neuralgia or TMJ syndrome? If so, you are a good candidate for Physical Therapy and may be able to make a Physical Therapy insurance claim.

If your insurance provider allows you to go out of network (PPO), we will help you get reimbursed for your treatments. Ask your insurance representative whether you need a doctor’s prescription to see a PT, and whether you are required to go through a preauthorization process.

To make a health insurance claim, please use our HICF link: New Patient – Forms to enter your insurance data.  Use the code: fromept  We will use this information to make your  insurance receipts for your visits with us.

We will give you paperwork on the standarized  Health Insurance Claim Form to submit to your carrier. Most claims are processed smoothly. 

Payment is made at each session by cash or check. The initial session, which includes initial evaluation is $270. The follow up treatments are $180.

Frome Physical Therapy does not accept assignment and is not a part of any HMO, Medicare or Medicaid Plans, and does not make, “No Fault,” or “Workmen’s Compensation” Claims.

To avoid being charged for your session, please give us 48 hours notice for cancellations. Sessions begin and end on time, so please be prompt.

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Last Updated: May 7, 2014