WHAT IS PHYSICAL THERAPY?

Physical therapy is a healthcare specialty that includes the evaluation, assessment, and treatment of individuals with limitations in movement. Physical therapy services can only be provided by licensed physical therapists (PTs) or physical therapist assistants (PTAs).

Physical therapy can help with many common conditions and injuries including:

  • back pain | shoulder pain | hip pain | knee pain | ankle pain | arthritis | muscle strains | sciatica | surgery recovery | parkinson’s disease | stroke


 DO I NEED A REFERRAL FROM A DOCTOR TO SEE YOU?

No. In Ohio, a physical therapist can see clients through direct access, which means a referral from your doctor is not necessary. To maintain a well-rounded plan of care, we will ask that you provide us with your primary care physician’s contact information so we can let him or her know you are under the care of Peak Physical Therapy & Wellness.


DO YOU TAKE MY HEALTH INSURANCE?

Peak Physical Therapy & Wellness is an out-of-network physical therapy clinic, meaning we do not participate with insurance companies.* We can, however, provide you with an itemized receipt that you can individually submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Reimbursement rates are dependent on your insurance plan’s specific out-of-network physical therapy benefits.

This model allows us to provide excellent one-on-one care and create a treatment plan that is customized to your individual needs. Insurance-based care often results in therapists seeing more than one client at a time.

At Peak Physical Therapy & Wellness, you will have your therapist’s attention for the entire hour. We are available to answer all of your questions and work together on a treatment plan. This model also grants us the additional freedom to treat more than one body part in one session, which insurance-based care restricts.

*Our one exception to this rule is for patients with Medicare. Please see our payment policy for more information. 


WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?

 Cash, check, credit/debit cards, or Health Savings Account (HSA) cards. Payment is due the date of services.