Physical Therapy and Massage of CT LLC is proud to accept most insurance coverage options for your treatment, in addition to workers' compensation and motor vehicle liability insurance.
You don't need a doctor's referral to begin treatment, except for Medicare patients. We can do your evaluation, speak with your physician, and check your insurance for coverage of our services.
Also, remember that if your doctor has recommended you for physical therapy treatment, remember that you have the freedom to choose your treatment facility. We also accept prescriptions written for any physical therapy facility.
- Highly experienced physical therapists who work one-on-one with you
- Rapid response to referring physicians
- Prompt evaluation and treatment of work-related injuries
- Timely concise reports
- Effective communication with employers, adjusters, and case managers
Many injuries that are suffered on the job require some level of physical therapy. Physical therapists are an integral part of the healthcare
team and their role is to help you achieve your highest level of physical function, regardless of your condition.
The goal of physical therapy is to reduce your pain and restore your function. This may be applicable before surgery or may be used after surgery. Our physical therapists have many years of experience in helping injured workers return to their job sites.
Our therapy team will work closely with your worker’s compensation insurance company to provide prompt and efficient medical care to you. We'll continuously assess your progress during the course of your physical therapy and actively communicate this progress to your insurance company as well as, provide evaluations and progress notes throughout your treatment.
Your physical therapist may see you with greater frequency at the start of treatment (3 to 4 days a week), and then lessen as your condition / injury improves.
Treatment could last for several weeks or a few months in order to maximize progress and functional outcomes. Your therapist can gauge your pain level before, during, and after completion of the therapy. He / she will keep accurate and detailed records on your pain, complaints, your ability to perform certain exercises, and your overall progress.
Your physical therapist is also a valuable source of information for your physician. We'll send progress reports so your physician can assess your need for more therapy or decide if you have reached your optimal ability.
When your doctor suggests you try physical therapy and hands you a script, remember that you don't have to go to the therapy place that is on the script. You can take it anywhere. Call us with your worker’s compensation:
- Claim number
- Insurance company
- Date of injury and Date of birth
- Case worker if you have one
- Phone number if you have it
We will call your worker’s compensation insurance and get approval for your treatments.