Forms & FAQs

FORMS: Please review and complete the following forms and bring them with you on your first visit.

We realize you may have questions or concerns about RESTORE MOTION and your physical therapy needs. We include
Frequently Asked Questions below. For more information, see our Contact Us page.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Select the question to see the answer.
Do I need a prescription?

We do not require a prescription for treatment. Your insurance company, however, may require it for reimbursement.

Do you accept Medicare?

We do not provide therapy services for Medicare patients. We do not participate with Medicare. It is possible to see one of our staff for a wellness/maintenance program. This is not considered a medical treatment by Medicare. We will give you a sales receipt or an invoice for “wellness and maintenance” and it will not include diagnostic codes and ICD-10 codes. ****We have a letter of clarification regarding our Medicare status.

How long are appointments?

All appointments, both initial evaluations and follow-ups are scheduled 50-60 minutes.

How many times a week will I need to come in?

Due to the length and intensity of our treatment sessions, most people come in once a week before tapering off. It depends on your particular condition and how you respond to treatments as to what your treatment plan may be. Together, you and your therapist will develop a treatment plan based on your goals and the findings from the evaluation. We also send our patients home with exercises to speed up the progress.

How much will my insurance reimburse?

Your reimbursement depends on your particular plan with your particular insurance company. Most companies may also require that you meet a deductible before they will compensate you. We have made an effort to keep our charges within the “customary and acceptable” guidelines of most insurance companies. Call the member information number on the back of your insurance card to find out/know your out-of-network benefits.

Is Restore Motion providing physical therapy or wellness and maintenance for Medicare?

Medicare has strict guidelines as to what constitutes physical therapy. These include (but are not limited to) “medical necessity” status for treatment of problem, medical follow-up with a physician approximately every 30 days, frequency of treatment in PT 2-3 time per week basis and (or) have a chronic condition (onset greater than 6 months ago) that will take longer than the 4-6 week time frame to resolve.
(i.e. a person with a hip problem that can walk 150 feet safely, with or without a cane, drive, stand long enough to re-heat a meal and sit long enough to eat a meal would be considered “Independent” and not eligible for physical therapy and under Medicare guidelines.)

What insurance do you accept?

We are an Out of Network provider. We provide you with an invoice that includes your treatment codes and diagnostic codes that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. The visit is 50-60 minutes for $220 and it is due the day of the visit.

Why doesn’t Restore Motion get a Medicare Provider number?

Restore Motion does not want insurance companies to dictate the quality of care that we provide to our patient. We are able to spend more time with you, caring for your condition than we would if we had to keep up with the administrative responsibilities and updates/changes to the Medicare system.