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Frequently Asked Questions

Please see questions below. If you have any further questions, please contact me through Let's Talk tab. 

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Q: Do you take Insurance?

Garage Training & Rehab Gym is a cash-based treatment model. The Patient/Client pays at the time of service, You may pay for services using cash, a check, credit card, debit card or HSA/FSA card. 

If you would like to pay for cash-based services and submit a superbill receipt to receive reimbursement from your insurance, I can provide you a superbill. 

See this link for an example: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsaby8gJNmg

Q: Can my insurance be billed for cash-based services?

Most insurance companies, with the exception of Medicare, Medicaid and some HMOs will provide payment for services received "Out of Network". Going out of network means you can  choose to see a Physical Therapist who is not a  participating provider with your insurance company. 

If you would like to pay for cash-based services and submit a superbill receipt to receive reimbursement from your insurance, I can provide you a superbill. 

See this link for an example: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsaby8gJNmg

Q: Garage Training & Rehab Gym's Therapist is an Out of Network Provider-What does this mean?

This means that the therapist has not entered into a contract with individual insurance companies to receive reimbursement based on their contracted rates. In network provider status is not currently based on education, experience, skills, or treatment outcomes. 

Q: Is there financial assistance, since I am unable to pay?

Garage Training & Rehab Gym has Financial Assistance fund that people can donate to and commissions from affiliate sales with shopping will also go to this fund. Please contact me through the Let's Chat tab. 

*For those who would like to Donate to help others receive training and therapy: Please go to Donate Tab under More in the banner*

Q: My insurance carrier is Medicare-Are there any special rules that apply to Physical Therapy services?

Outpatient Physical Therapy services are generally covered by Medicare Part B. Under current Medicare regulations, it is not allowed for a Physical Therapist to accept cash pay from Medicare patients for services that may be covered under Medicare. In some cases, a Medicare client may pay cash for services that are no longer considered medically necessary. An example of this is "maintenance" or "wellness" program. 

Q: Will I end up paying more for cash-based therapy?

In many cases, the out of pocket expenses for a course of Physical Therapy will actually be LESS for services provided at Garage Training & Rehab Gym. This is due to the ability to charge less per visit, with charges being below the national average charge submitted to insurance. The simplified cash-based fee structure removes billing and does not require billing personnel or paying fees to a billing service. This allows me to focus on patient/client care and allows you to make informed decisions regarding the costs of your health care choices. 

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