As a courtesy to you, we will bill your health insurance for your visit with us. We also offer a very reasonable self-pay option for patients without insurance.
2017 Contracted Health Plans
Aetna (HMO & PPO)
Align Networks (Workers Comp)
AHCCCS (Mercy Care & Univ Family Care)
American Family Insurance
Ancilliary Care Services (ACS)
Arizona Foundation for Medical Care
BCBS (PPO & HMO)
BCBS AZ ADVANTAGE (Medicare Plan)
Cigna (PPO & HMO)
Cigna Medicare (Healthspring)
Clarispointe, Inc (Worker’s Comp)
Copper Point (Worker’s Comp)
Corvel (Worker’s Comp)
Evolutions Health Care Systems, Inc
Fortified Provider Network (FPN)
Galaxy Health Network
Gallagher Bassett (Worker’s Comp)
GEHA-ASA (Administered by Aetna-ASA)
Global Medical Management
Golden Rule (United Healthcare)
Health Management Network
Health Net (all plans except Community Care)
Health Net Medicare (all Ruby plans)
Humana (HMO, HMOx & PPO)
Independent Medical Systems
Integrated Health Plan (IHP)
MedRisk (Worker’s Comp)
Meritain Health (BCBS)
Mutual of Omaha
National Preferred Provider Network (NPPN)
OWCP / Department of Labor (Worker’s Comp)
Pinnacle Risk (Workers Comp)
Prime Health Services, Inc.
Private Health Care Systems (PHCS)
Procura Management, Inc. (Worker’s Comp)
Provider Select, Inc.
Rockport Healthcare Group, Inc.
Southwest Carpenters Trust
Southwest Service Administration Inc.
State of Arizona (Worker’s Comp)
SPNet (Worker’s Comp)
State Farm (Worker’s Comp)
Therapy Direct (Worker’s Comp)
The Reny Company
Three Rivers Provider Network (TRPN)
Travelers (Worker’s Comp)
Tricare (all plans)
Tristar (Worker’s Comp)
UMR (United Healthcare)
United Healthcare (all except the WEST plans)
United Healthcare AARP (except the WEST plans)
USA Managed Care Organizations
Payment Plan Option
How much will I have to pay?
The amount that you have to pay depends on your specific insurance plan. The best way to determine this is to call the number on the back of your card and inquire with a representative from your insurance company. Feel free to contact our office with any questions.
Keep in mind some plans require you to meet your deductible first before they will cover any portion of your expenses. Some plans have a visits limitation for physical therapy for the year.
Deductible: The initial amount you have to pay before your insurance will start to cover part of your expenses.
Co-insurance: After your deductible is met, you will be responsible for a percentage of the cost per visit. We will collect an approximate amount up front and then send a bill for the rest after the insurance company has let us know how much they will pay.
Co-pay: A set amount you pay each visit, no matter what is billed. Some insurance companies have a maximum amount they will pay so you may be responsible for the rest as well.