Physical Therapy
Rates and Insurance

Do I Need a Doctor Referral for Physical Therapy?

NO! Ohio is what’s known as a Direct Access state for Physical Therapy. This means under Physical Therapy law, a Physical Therapist is allowed to evaluate you, determine if you need physical therapy and implement a treatment program all without a referral from a doctor! This helps to drastically cut down the barrier to entry and wait time to start with PT along with saving money and time!

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Accepted Insurance Providers

Genuine Rehab & Wellness is a participating provider with Medicare; we are an out-of-network provider for all other insurance companies.

We made this choice from our in-depth knowledge of the insurance industry, and we did it for YOU. This way, we can provide you with the best quality of care for less money!

How Genuine Saves You Money

Traditional PT typically requests to see you 2-3 times per week for 6 to 8 weeks. If you have a $30 co-pay, that could be up to $720 just in co- pay fees!

At Genuine, you spend an entire hour with your therapist because we are not worried about the ever decreasing insurance reimbursement rates and needing to see multiple patients in one time slot. This means you will heal faster requiring fewer visits.

Traditional physical therapy can be $200 more expensive than physical therapy at Genuine

Our average is 4 to 6 visits over a month time frame to discharge. This means you could save up to $200!

These cost savings are magnified if:

  • Your co-pay is higher than $30
  • You have a high deductible on your insurance plan
  • Your insurance company had denied further PT for your condition
  • You’ve used all of your allotted PT visits for the year.

The bottom line – the numbers are in your Favor!

PLEASE NOTE: You are able to use your HSA benefits. You may also be able to submit receipts to your insurance company for out of network reimbursement.

How Genuine Saves You Time

It’s hard enough for most people to find an hour out of their day to go to physical therapy – not to mention, gas, travel time, possibly needing to get a sitter? So committing to 3 times per week becomes a huge burden. Plus, direct access is limited…that means you need to also find time to go see your doctor, get a prescription, pay those co-pays…the cycle is never ending! Why make 18 to 24 visits over 6 to 8 weeks when you can make 4-5 visits over a month with better results?