Frequently Asked Question's:

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Q: Do you take insurance?

A: Yes. We currently accept the following major insurance carrier(s): Medicare Part B, Medical Mutual,

Anthem/BlueCross BlueShield (Effective 2/13/2021), COMING SOON: UnitedHealth/Optum

Q: Are patients required to sign any financial contracts?

A: No. Patients are never required to sign any long term contracts requiring them to attend a certain amount of visits or pay any large sum of money up front.

Q: Do I need to have a new patient visit before I can schedule a normal visit?

A: Yes. All patients are required to undergo initial exams during a new patient visit before beginning care. This is so any serious conditions can be ruled out and a proper diagnosis can be made giving the patient their best chance for a successful outcome.

 

 

Q: Am I a good fit for Movement Clinic treatment?

A: Maybe. Movement Clinic follows protocols that are designed to give control back to the patient with a team-based approach. Research has shown that better outcomes are achieved when patients are motivated and empowered to overcome their ailment and take their health into their own hands under the direction of the doctor. If you are uncertain about whether you are ready to make a change to improve your condition or you do not intend to be compliant with care recommendations, this treatment may not be for you. 

Q: What if I don't get any better?

A: The vast majority of musculoskeletal injuries can be resolved with the help of conservative treatment. If your condition does not respond to a trial of conservative care, the doctor will make the proper adjustments to the care plan or refer you to a qualified medical provider that can better handle your condition.