Question: Do you accept my insurance?
Answer: We accept and file with most insurance companies. Please understand that every insurance plan offers different options and benefits, so it is a good idea to call your insurance company directly to find out about your specific plan benefits for physical therapy.
We participate with the following insurance companies:
- Great West
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Choice of The Midwest
- Medicaid of WY
- Medicare of WY
- Worker’s Compensation Insurance
- United Health Care (OUT-OF-NETWORK: Please inquire with our office staff for more information)
We do NOT accept Faith Based Health Plans. If you have this type of non-traditional health plan, we will see you as a self paying patient and payment will need to be collected at the time of service. You can then submit the receipts to your provider.
Question: Will you bill my insurance?
Answer: Yes. We will file claims directly with your insurance and you will be billed for any amount owed toward your deductible or co-insurance. However, if your plan has a co-pay, we require payment at the time of service for each visit.
If you have further questions on insurance and billing please call our billing staff at:
Managed Billing: 1.800.330.7135 Extension #1
Question: What should I bring to my physical therapy appointment?
Answer: You will want to wear or bring comfortable clothing–something that will give us access to the body part you are seeking treatment for. Please also remember to bring your insurance card and the prescription from your doctor if you have one.
Question: Do I need a doctor’s prescription or referral to have physical therapy services?
Answer: No. Wyoming is a Direct Access state, which means you can come directly to a physical therapist for evaluation of your injury. While you can come to physical therapy without a doctor’s referral, the physical therapist may still recommend that you seek treatment from a physician depending on the findings at your evaluation appointment. Your insurance company may also require a doctor’s prescription in order to cover your physical therapy treatments. Medicare for example requires a doctor’s prescription or referral to receive physical therapy services.