Billing & Insurance Info

We bill directly to our insurance partners














Please note: No referral required from other health care practitioners but some insurance companies require Doctors referral to see us.

Please check with your Insurance prior to Physiotherapy and Massage appointments.


Physiotherapy and Acupuncture (Private Visits)

Our fees are reflective of the focused approach:

  • Initial assessment and treatment: $85.00
  • Subsequent physiotherapy treatment: per visit at $75.00

***Physiotherapist will discuss the treatment plan and number of visits required to help you return to pain free function***


Massage Therapy

  • 30 Minutes $ 55.00
  • 45 Minutes $ 70.00
  • 60 Minutes $ 90.00
  • 90 Minutes $ 130.00

Your appointment time is reserved especially for you. We require 24 hours, or one business day, notice of a cancellation by telephone or via email.

****Late cancellations or unattended appointments will incur a half treatment fee***


Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT)

Our fees are reflective of the focused approach:

  • Initial assessment and treatment: $80.00
  • Subsequent physiotherapy treatment: per visit at $75.00

***Physiotherapist will discuss the treatment plan and number of visits required to help you return to pain free function***


Work Related Injuries (WCB)

Assessment and treatments will be covered by WCB Alberta, if your injury claim is approved by WCB.


Motor Vehicle Injuries (Auto Insurance)

  • Inside protocol visits will be direct billed to your auto insurance.
    • If you decide to be treated under the Motor Vehicle Accident protocols, then we are able to direct bill your insurance company if you are still eligible within inside protocol (within 90 days from the date of your accident) (that is, we will bill your insurance company and we do not require payment from you upfront).
  • Outside Protocol treatments (after 90 days from the date of your accident):
    • As per Alberta Insurance law you must use your Extended Health care benefits first and then billing goes through your auto insurance. Your injury claims adjustor will decide on Direct Billing or Pay and Submit option. If you do not have extended health care benefits then billing goes through your auto insurance claim.

For more information, give us a call, email or visit Alberta Finance to learn “What to do after an Auto Collision.”
http://www.finance.alberta.ca/publications/insurance/info_consumer_auto_collision.html#injured

 


Please Call us if you have any other questions regarding billing information

 

We accept Debit, Visa, MasterCard, and Cash

 

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