At WPTA we
believe that the most important part of quality care is
directly related to individual patient/practitioner time
and the amount of time spent with hands on techniques.
In a traditional medical model, there is no ability to
spend 60 minutes with each patient. Medical insurance
cannot reimburse enough for a physical therapist to even
break even. As the medical care system continues to
change, our face time with each patient will never get
longer. That equates to more visits necessary to meet
the same goals. That means more of your time, and more
of your co-payment dollars.
At WPTA, we
approach it a different way. We provide each patient
with a 60 minute session which includes 40-45 minutes of
hands on/manual therapy time and 15-20 minutes of
postural assessment recommendations and exercise every
single visit. We can improve your dysfunction/pain…
FASTER. We can decrease your number of visits at minimum
in half which allows you control of your time, your
schedule and at the end of the day, your money.
MEANS that WPTA does not subscribe to any insurance
providers. In all cases, patients/clients have to pay
for services directly at time of service. A receipt is
rendered and this can be submitted by you to your
insurance company for partial reimbursement.
QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR INSURANCE:
pay for out of network physical therapy services?
pay a percentage based on the amount of money billed
or do you pay a set amount of money per visit
(similar to a co-payment)?
have to meet an out of network deductible BEFORE you
will reimburse me these monies?
how much is the out of network deductible?
have a cap amount of out of network physical therapy
services that you will pay for?