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Maine is a direct access state

Direct access to physical therapy in Maine offers patients the empowering opportunity to seek treatment promptly and efficiently, without the need for a referral. This not only accelerates the path to recovery but also enhances individuals’ autonomy over their health and well-being, ensuring they receive the care they need when they need it the most.

What does Direct Access mean?

As a physical therapy clinic, we’re all about empowering you to take control of your health. That’s why we’re thrilled to offer Direct Access – it’s a faster, easier way to get the relief you need. Picture this: You’ve got an ache that just won’t quit. You know you need physical therapy, but getting a doctor’s referral and waiting for insurance approvals? It’s a hassle. But with Direct Access, you can skip all that.

You don’t need a referral. You don’t have to wait for approval. You get straight into the care you need when you need it. And don’t worry – your insurance still covers your treatment. We’ll even check your benefits for you. It’s really that simple.

Insurance Information

We accept most private and worker’s compensation insurances at Back in Motion® Physical Therapy and offer a reduced cash pay rate for patients without insurance.

We strive to offer you insurance estimates as a valuable resource. However, it is highly recommended that you directly verify your coverage with your insurance provider for complete assurance. While we have a comprehensive list featured below, it’s important to note that health plans can change rapidly and unexpectedly. Touching base with your insurance provider not only keeps you informed but also helps you avoid any unforeseen surprises in the future.

 While we provide insurance estimates as a courtesy, all patients are strongly encouraged to verify their coverage directly with their insurance provider. Disclaimer: While this is an extensive list, health plans do change regularly without prior notification. We recommend that you verify with your health plan what physical therapy benefits you have available.

Helpful information for us when making your appointment

  • Do you have an HSA or HRA?
  • Is your plan an HMO or PPO?
  • Have you been to PT somewhere else this year? Or had other medical treatment recently?
  • Was this work related or due to a car accident?

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