Frequently asked questions
Do I need a referral or prescription for physical therapy before booking with you?
No. Colorado is considered a direct access state meaning you do not need a physician referral to begin physical therapy. Your physical therapist is highly trained in musculoskeletal conditions and differential diagnosis. You will be referred to a licensed practitioner of medicine if symptoms are outside the scope of PT practice. However, if you are submitting for reimbursement from your health insurance provider, they may require a prescription.
Do you accept my insurance?
Avid Physical Therapy currently accepts Medicare, United Healthcare, and Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield as an in-network provider. For all other plans, Avid Physical Therapy is an Out-of-Network (OON) Provider. This structure allows us to provide consistent, quality driven, and individualized care. As a courtesty to our patients, we are happy to check your Medicare and United Healthcare benefits for you. If you have questions regarding your OON benefits, please see the attached benefits worksheet or contact us directly.
How long are appointments?
Each session is scheduled for 60 minutes.
How often will I need physical therapy?
What can I expect at my first appointment?
A 1-hour comprehensive examination that assesses your physical limitations, quality of movement, environmental and habitual contributing factors. We will educate you on your symptoms, provide hands-on treatment as deemed fit, prescribe appropriate exercises, and give you the tools for you to succeed.