Do You Treat My Condition?
This is a simple question with a complex answer. The only way to truly determine whether you would benefit from treatment is to speak with you! If after speaking with you I determine that you are not a candidate for our services, but instead would benefit from a different type of healthcare service, I will happily refer you to the appropriate provider.
Do I Need To Get a Doctor's Referral?
Under New York State Law patients may receive treatment from a licensed physical therapist without a referral from a physician or other healthcare provider for 10 visits or 30 days, whichever occurs first. If permitted by your insurance company, "Direct Access" is your opportunity to save time and money, thereby expediting your treatment, relief, and recovery.
What Do I Bring to My First Appointment?
Please dress in clothes that allow the area to be treated to be easily exposed, allow you to move freely, and that you are comfortable in.
Please bring in the completed intake packet and ID, including insurance information, physicians prescription, list of medication(s), radiographs (MRI's, xrays)
How Long Does an Appointment Last?
One of the many things that separates Recoup from other Physical Therapy Clinics is the long treatment times. I need enough time to effectively assess and treat you, in order to have you improve in a timely manner. Because of this, our treatment times are much longer than the industry standard and range from 45-60 minutes.
Do You Accept Insurance?
In order to honor and provide the best quality service, we chose to be an out of network provider with most insurances. As a courtesy, we will file bills and submit authorizations as necessary on patient's behalf. If you do not have insurance coverage or would like more information on your individual benefits, please contact our office for assistance.
Please fill out the insurance verification form to get started.
Recoup is a participating provider with Medicare. If you are a Medicare beneficiary, we will bill Medicare for your physical therapy care and invoice you for any remaining balance not covered by Medicare or your secondary insurance provider in accordance with the Medicare physician fee schedule for participating providers. In order to bill Medicare, we will need a copy of your driver’s license and Medicare insurance cards at your first visit