Frequently Asked

Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section, where we address common queries about various types of adult and pediatric therapy , including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-reading therapy. Here, you’ll find insightful answers to guide you through understanding the benefits and processes of each therapeutic service. Additionally, we provide valuable information on insurance coverage, ensuring clarity on the financial aspects of your wellness journey. Explore the FAQs below to gain a comprehensive understanding of our services and how we can support your path to optimal health

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapy (OT) is an evidence-based practice that supports patients who have challenges when it comes to completing everyday tasks or occupations.

What is Speech-Language Therapy?

Therapy that helps patients improve their communication skills, swallowing function, and cognitive function.

What is Physical Therapy?

Reading and Learning interventions identify learning strengths and interventions that are appropriate for the student who struggles with a language-based learning difference.

What insurance is accepted?

We are currently participate with a number of insurance companies and provider networks including Medicare. Please contact us to determine our participation with your plan.

What is covered by insurance?

Insurance coverage guidelines are unique to each and every individual policy. Coverage is determined by the service that is provided and the reason (diagnosis) that is matched with the service. Insurance companies make the determination as to whether or not the service is a covered benefit.

Do I need a prescription?

Prescriptions are not required for us to provide a service, however, prescriptions are required for many insurances companies and Medicare to consider reimbursement of the service. Many insurance policies have open access to providers, just as many require a referral from a primary care doctor to see a specialist.