Is SoCo PT & Performance a good fit for me?
The clinic focuses on working with individuals who are passionate about their sport and improving their performance. Athletes with acute or chronic injury, those wanting to improve their efficiency and/or individuals interested in keeping their body healthy for longevity in athletics would be a good fit.
Do you accept my insurance?
SoCo PT & Performance is an out of network, cash-based practice. Payments from HSA or FSA accounts are accepted. If you have out-of-network insurance coverage, you may be eligible for reimbursement. What you receive from your insurance company will vary depending on your insurance policy. Upon request, a super bill can be provided for you to submit to your insurance company.
SoCo Physical Therapy & Performance does not accept Medicare and Medicare patients cannot be reimbursed for their visits. Additionally, patients cannot receive services that are typically covered under Medicare.
Do I need a referral?
No. In the State of California you have direct access to a Physical Therapist without a physician's prescription for 45 days or 12 visits, whichever comes first. During an Initial Evaluation, a comprehensive systems review and medical screening will be completed. This will ensure an appropriate referral to another health care professional for any presentation that is outside the scope of physical therapy practice. Direct access has proven to be beneficial in reducing wait time before treatment can begin, decrease the financial burden on the patient, and improve health care utilization.
If you are seeking reimbursement for your payment, know that some insurance guidelines require a referral for you to be reimbursed. There is a "Determine your Insurance Benefits for Physical Therapy" form you can review with your insurance provider to verify if pre-authorization is required to be reimbursed for 'Out-of-Network' services. If a referral for PT is needed, I will be able to provide your referring provider with the required documentation and pertinent clinical findings.