For Patients

Welcome to Peak Performance. We look forward to working with you.

To make the most of your first appointment, we ask that you download, read, and fill out the forms in our New Patient Packet.

See you soon!

6 thoughts on “For Patients

  1. Hello Martha,
    We do accept BCBS Federal for our physical therapy services. But in general, insurance does not pay for the laser therapy, so we do not bill it under insurance. We recently learned that apparently BCBS Federal might reimburse something for the treatment, so one of our patients is going to submit the claims himself for LILT to see if he gets reimbursed a portion of the cost.
    The cost of LILT treatments varies depending on the area of the body we are treating – treatments range from 30 minutes to 1 1/2 hours and the cost is $40-85 a session.

  2. Hello I recently had bunion surgery and am wondering if you treat post op foot surgery to regain mobility and stability so I can bear weight on it? Also can you use the laser post surgery 3 weeks? Finally, I have UHC and MCD as a secondary and was wondering if you accept the medicaid as a secondary?

  3. We do treat post-op foot surgery and would have the goals of achieving mobility and stability in your toe, foot/ankle and the whole kinetic chain of your leg. We do accept UHC, but do not accept Medicaid. Laser therapy does help surgical procedures heal faster, but our laser therapy program is not covered by insurance. Each session of low intensity laser therapy would probably be $40 for your toe. We have found that 10-12 sessions post-op is very effective to speed up the healing process after most surgeries.
    But if it is necessary to utilize insurance for treatment, we have a small handheld infrared cold laser that we utilize as a part of PT treatments that also can be helpful with the healing process as well.
    Just give us our office a call at 635-6800 to schedule an evaluation and we would be happy to help you recover successfully from your surgery!

  4. I have United Healthcare, if I was referred to your facility, do you think Insurance would cover some of it? Thanks, Laurie

  5. Hi Laurie,
    We do accept United Healthcare insurance. You can call our office at 635-6800 and our front desk can check your insurance benefits. Or you can call your insurance directly and ask what your physical therapy benefits are. It all depends on your plan as to how much the insurance will pay per visit.
    Best regards!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s