DO I NEED A DOCTOR’S REFERRAL?
Maine is an open access state which means you do not need a referral from a physician to start physical therapy.
DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?
Scarborough Orthopedic and Sports PT is an out of network provider and utilizes a direct-pay business model. This model allows me to provide clinical treatment based on the need of each individual without third party insurance reviews, network restrictions and visit limits. Most insurance companies have high deductibles, co-payments, and limit your PT benefit. A direct pay model allows me to provide services for half the cost of most clinics. Scarborough Ortho and Sports PT will provide you with a visit summary, billing codes, charges and meets professional standard and most insurance company requirements for reimbursment.
I encourage you to reach out to your insurance company if you are planning on seeking reimbursement. There is no guarantee that your insurance company will reimburse. The information provided here is an overview of the steps you can take to request reimbursement from your insurance company.
WHAT IS YOUR NEW PATIENT PROCEDURE?
As a new patient we will start with an evaluation, discuss how PT can help you meet your goals and map out our treatment plan. Treatment frequency and duration . Completing the new patient questionnaire helps me to use our time together more efficiently. I also ask that you wear clothes that you feel comfortable moving in.
CLINIC HOURS AND PRICING
Flexible and Affordable
My schedule is flexible so if you do not see times that work with your busy schedule please give me a call. Maine is a Direct Access state which means you do not need a doctor's prescription to start therapy.
Scarborough Ortho and Sports PT accepts cash, credit, Venmo.
Weekends available upon request
Your first visit is an evaluation. The evaluation starts with questions so that I can fully understand the history of your current condition, how it's impacting you and, what it is you would like to get back to. You'll also be asked about other factors, including your medical history, type of work, sports and recreational activities. The next step is the physical exam, where we evaluate your movement quality, strength, and balance to name a few areas. Upon completion of an evaluation, a PT diagnosis is established and a treatment plan is created to meet your goals.