Does Peak Physical Therapy accept my insurance?
Peak Physical Therapy accepts patients with all types of insurance including workman’s compensation and auto insurance. When scheduling your appointment, please have your insurance information available and we will verify your insurance information prior to your visit, as a courtesy to you.
Payment not covered by your insurance is due at the time of service, however, if this is not possible, we are happy to discuss and structure a payment plan for you.
What do I need for my first visit?
For your first visit, please arrive 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork. You can also download the intake forms from our website and bring them with you on your first visit. You will need a photo ID, health insurance card and referral from your doctor if required by your insurance.
Can I choose where I want to go for physical therapy?
Absolutely! It is your right to choose any physical therapy provider. This recommendation may come from your doctor, family, or friend. Many patients we treat are referred to us from previous patients hoping to help a friend or family member in pain.
Do I need to see my doctor first for a referral?
Rhode Island is a direct access state, meaning if your insurance allows a self-referral, you do not need a doctor’s note to be seen by a physical therapist. However, make sure you check your plan, as many insurances companies require a doctor’s referral on file to cover physical therapy.
What should I expect at my first visit?
When you come in for the first visit, our Doctor of Physical Therapy will conduct a thorough assessment and listen to your story, including your pain, medical history, and goals you expect from therapy. A treatment plan will be designed specifically to your needs and goals. You can expect to spend 60 minutes for your first appointment and 30 minutes for all appointments to follow. ALL appointments will be scheduled with the same therapist and always one on one.