Here at Park Physical Therapy, we accept a wide variety of insurance plans. Below is a list of the majority of insurance plans we participate in. To learn about the other plans we accept or for questions about a referral, contact us here.
Did you know that you are eligible for physical therapy treatment without a physician referral in New York State? Known as Direct Access, you can begin treatment right away in order to feel your best as quickly as possible. New York State Direct Access guidelines allow for up to 10 sessions or 30 days without a referral.
The difference between a referral and prescription
A prescription is a written intent for you to receive physical therapy treatment provided to you by your physician. This written document will include your personal information including your diagnosis as well as the recommended frequency you should be given physical therapy treatment.
A referral form is something required by many insurance providers in order to receive physical therapy treatment for specified services or if you are past your direct access allowance period.
Blue Cross/Blue Shield (including Child Health Plus)
Hip (including Healthcare Partners and Queens Long Island)
United Healthcare (including Community Plan)
Us Family Plan