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Insurance Plans Accepted **

  • Aetna
  • Anthem/Blue Cross & Blue Shield
  • Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation
  • Medical Mutual of Ohio
  • Frontpath
  • Cigna
  • Ohio Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • United HealthCare
  • Humana
  • Buckeye Community Health Plan (BCHP)
  • Priority Health
  • Multiplan
  • PHCS
  • First Health
  • Coventry Health Care
  • Ohio Health Choice
  • Federal Worker’s Compensation/Ohio Department of Labor

**Due to the ever increasing number of health insurance companies creating, buying, and selling networks, please contact our office if you do not see your insurance company listed here.


Ohio Direct Access Law

Direct Access allows you to be evaluated and treated by a Licensed Physical Therapist without the referral of a physician. The Direct Access Law does not eliminate the role of the physician in the course of treatment. Direct Access requires the therapist to contact your physician within 5 days of the initial evaluation. Also, if there is no substantial improvement within 30 days the therapist must consult with or refer you to the doctor. As always, if the therapist would suspect and underlying problem or a non-therapy related issue, the referral to your physician would be made immediately

Save time and money by eliminating a physician visit.
Avoid delays that can lead to frustration and slower recovery.
Expedited return to work and daily activities.

In some cases insurance companies are reimbursing for Direct Access visits because they realize the cost effectiveness of allowing access to physical therapy without delay. Contact your insurance provider directly to discuss coverage for Direct Access visits.

If you insurance company does not provide coverage for Direct Access care, we offer several private pay options. Please contact our office so that we can determine which plan is right for you.

Payment Options

We understand that the ever increasing cost of health care can become a burden on our patients. We send out statements twice per month to keep our patients up to date on their account status and to avoid sending one large statement at the end of treatment.

We accept payments in the office in the form of cash, check, money order, or major credit card. We accept payment by mail in the form of check or money order. Credit card payments can be made by phone.