If you live in America, chances are that you have private insurance or government sponsored Medicare or Medicaid insurance to help you pay for your healthcare. Sometimes, your insurance company will not pay for physical therapy services. Therefore, you cannot attend physical therapy, right?

Wrong!

If your insurance company won’t cover physical therapy services, your P.T. can still treat you.  But remember that your physical therapist is most likely a pretty nice person, and he or she may allow you to receive 1 on 1 treatment options to reach your personal goals.

Bottom line: Your physical therapist will often work with you to make sure you have access to physical therapy services and that the overall expense is something that you can manage.PERSONAL_HEALTH_INSURANCE

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