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What to Expect on First Visit

Insurance

About Free Consultation

 

Your First Regular Visit*

Please arrive 30 minutes early for your first visit so we can help guide you through insurance and benefits matters.

Remember to bring the following:

  • Photo ID

  • Insurance card

  • Worker's Comp info (if applicable)

  • Referral/prescription

 

No referral/prescription needed if you have Medicare

 

We will assist you in understanding your insurance benefits for the course of physical therapy. Wearing clothing that allows the affected area to be examined is advisable.

 

During your one hour appointment, your therapist will review your history and perform an evaluation.

 

Throughout treatment, the focus will be pain abatement and education.

*Please see below if you are coming for a Free Consultation

 

Insurance We Take

We are preferred providers for the insurance plans listed below. If your plan is not listed, please give us a call at (360) 437-2444 for verification.

  • Medicare

  • Premera Blue Cross / Lifewise

  • Regence Blue Shield

  • Aetna

  • First Choice Network (along with other insurances under this network)

  • Cigna

  • WA State Labor and Industries

  • Motor Vehicle P.I.P. Insurance

  • Kaiser Permanente

  • Tricare

 

Free Consultation

To schedule an appointment for a free consultation, click the 'Request Free Consultation' button or call us at (360) 437-2444. No referral or prescription needed.

 

What to expect during your free consultation:

  • 20 to 30-minute one-on-one session with one of our Doctors of Physical Therapy to discuss your condition and source of your pain or injury

  • Assessment of your general movement, medical history, activity level, and goals for return to an active life

  • Determination of whether physical therapy can help and suggestions on the type of treatment appropriate for your condition

Please arrive 15 minutes early for your consultation. We suggest you wear clothing that allows for easy examination of affected area. Remember to bring a photo ID.