We are IN-NETWORK (Preferred) PROVIDERS with most insurance plans, including:
- AETNA – all plans
- Access One Consumer Health
- ANTHEM BCBS
- BCBS – Federal Plan
- CareFirst BCBS – all plans
- CIGNA HealthCare
- Compass Rose Health Plan
- Definity Health Plan
- Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
- Govt’ Employee Health Assoc (GEHA)
- Golden Rule
- Great West
- HealthKeeper’s Inc.
- HealthNet Federal Services (HNFS)
- MEDICARE – PART B
- National Assoc. of Letter Carriers (NALC)
- OneNet PPO
- Optimum Choice Health Plans
- OPTUM Healthcare
- Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS & PHCS Savility)
- Stratose Health
- Student Resources Health Plan
- United HealthCare – all plans
- United Medical Resources (UMR)
We also accept WORKERS COMPENSATION Insurance, including:
- Department of Labor
- Align Network
- Coventry WC
- Traveler’s Insurance
- Universal SmartComp
AUTO INSURANCE : We also accept Auto Insurance cases, as long as the insurance company agrees to pay Physical Therapy claims as your treatment is received. We DO NOT accept auto cases in which reimbursement will be rendered after the auto case is “settled”, for this could take several years to receive payment. If an Auto Insurance will not pay for rendered services as the patient receives PT treatment, the patient is responsible for payment at the time of service, and we will gladly submit electronic claims to the insurance for your reimbursement. Please provide your claim number & adjuster information when you schedule your Initial Evaluation.
Do I need a prescription from my Doctor for physical therapy?
In the State of Virginia, you DO NOT need a prescription to be seen directly by a physical therapist. The new direct access law for physical therapy (§ 54.1-3482) was approved in 2007. Source Physical Therapy & Wellness is proud to be a certified Direct Access physical therapy provider.
Some insurance companies may not pay for physical therapy services unless a prescription from your medical provider is obtained. Therefore, we STRONGLY RECOMMEND that you obtain a prescription prior to beginning PT, or you may be financially responsible for the services. Most HMO plans require a Referral Form from your Primary Care Physician, which must be obtained prior to beginning physical therapy.