Advanced Care Physical Therapy in East Brunswick/ Milltown accepts most insurance at our standard rates, worker compensation, auto insurance, and cash pay. We work with major insurance companies and would be happy to help you understand your health benefits and insurance eligibility for our services.
If Advanced Care Physical Therapy is not “in-network” with your insurance company you can still receive therapy from us. Physical Therapy costs more per visit to do so depending on your insurance plan. If you are in an “HMO“, special rules apply. When you call your insurance company they will be able to give you this information. Please keep in mind that if Advanced Care Physical Therapy is not in-network, it may cost more each visit to come to Physical Therapy, but our expertise often resolves problems faster. Sometimes going “out of network” is cheaper if you’re in the right hands.
We offer a 30% discount to those paying cash out-of-pocket, those with high deductible insurance plans. We also offer special waivers and discounts to those who are undergoing any financial hardship situations.
HOW MUCH WILL EACH VISIT COST ME?
Advanced Care Physical Therapy Center works with a personal billing service, designed to keep our services affordable. Our purpose is to minimize your out-of-pocket expense and ensure your health insurance covers as much of your physical therapy treatments as possible.We take care of health insurance verification and worker’s compensation authorization at no additional cost to the patient.
Your out-of-pocket expense will vary depending on your insurance policy. Depending on your insurance policy, you may or may not have a co-payment for each visit. Most of our patients have between a $0 -$20 copay per office visit. Payments accepted in the form of cash & checks only.
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT ON MY FIRST VISIT?
Upon arrival at Advanced Care Physical Therapy, you will meet your licensed Physical Therapist who will work closely with you throughout your entire recovery process. You will be asked to fill out some basic paperwork (don’t forget to bring in your prescription for physical therapy and any written information — operative reports, X-ray and/or MRI results). The physical therapist will then ask you a series of questions about your past and present medical conditions, before performing a complete physical therapy evaluation of your muscles, joints, nerves, tendons, and ligaments including a range of motion, strength and functional testing. Based on your physician’s diagnosis, our prognosis, and your personal goals, an individual physical therapy treatment plan will be devised. You will receive physical therapy treatment and home exercises on your first visit. Future appointments based upon on progress will also be scheduled.
We hope you find this information useful. We will assist you in any way we can to help clarify benefits and any confusion so that you may promptly receive the care you deserve. Give us a call at (732)246-3585. That call is the first step in getting you back on the road to recovery.