Maine is a direct access state
What does Direct Access mean?
Maine is a direct access state, which means you can go directly to physical therapy without a doctor’s referral. You also have the right to choose any physical therapy clinic even if directed to go elsewhere.
Accepted Providers and Plans
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. As part of our service we will verify your benefits with your individual policy and a Front Office Coordinator will meet with you to help answer any billing or insurance questions you may have.
- Anthem BC/BS (or any out of state Blue Cross plan)
- Auto Accident Policies
- Federal BC/BS
- Harvard Pilgrim Health Plans
- Maine Community Health Options
- Martin’s Point (Generations and US Family Health Plan)
- Medicare & Medicare Advantage Plans
- Patient Advocates
- United Healthcare
- VA of Veteran’s Choice
- Worker’s Comp
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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