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The following forms are available to download, print and bring to your first office visit. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to read the documents and can be downloaded for free from Adobe's website.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Do I need a prescription for physical and/or occupational therapy?
A. Physical & Occupational Therapy performed in the state of Indiana requires a referral/prescription from a licensed physician.
   
Q. What should I bring for my first visit?
A. You should bring:
  • The Physician Referral Form filled out and signed by your doctor
  • Notes, reports, x-rays or other test results from your doctor
  • Insurance Information
  • Braces or prosthesis
  • Completed Patient Registration and Medical History Form (optional)
   
Q. What can I expect at my first visit?
A. On your initial visit, the therapist will examine the problem area and develop an effective treatment plan. The patient will be asked various questions regarding how the injury took place, and what types of symptoms are present. Any additional questions that you may have will also be answered in detail at this time.
   
Q. Should I bring a list of my medications?
A. A complete list of medications you are taking is needed for your patient record. Medication name, dosage, and reason you are taking it is helpful. It is important your therapist have this information in order to modify, defer or add appropriate treatment techniques that may be affected by certain medications.
   
Q. What should I wear to my therapy session?
A. You should wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. If you are coming for a knee, leg, ankle, or foot problem, shorts are recommended. You can bring clothing with you if you need to change upon arrival Your therapist will tell you if different clothing is required.
   
Q. How long will the visit take?
A. The initial examination will take 30-60 minutes.
   
Q. Will my therapist communicate with my doctor regarding my treatment?
A. Your therapist will send progress notes to your physician, depending on the length of your treatment, either weekly or before you return to your physician.
   
Q. What if I have to cancel an appointment?
A. Simply call the clinic where your appointment is scheduled and notify the front desk. Please try to give us 24 hours notice so that another patient can use your appointment time.
   
Q. What do I do if I re-injure myself?
A. If you have a medical emergency, please contact your physician or go to an emergency room.
   

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Insurance Options

  • Blue Cross/Anthem
  • Corvel
  • DHP Network
  • Golden Rule
  • Humana
  • Healthlink
  • Healthscope
  • Indiana Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Med Ben
  • Nyhart
  • PHCS Network
  • Sagamore Health Network
  • United Healthcare
  • Worker's Comp
  • Welborn Self Funded Plans

If you do not see your insurance plan listed here please contact us at (812) 476-0409 or check with your insurance company.

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