PT Insurance FAQ’s
PT PRO, INC. will bill your insurance carrier directly as a convenience for you. However, you are ultimately responsible for payment for the services you receive.
Co-pays are always due at the time of service as described in your insurance policy.
You should find out exactly what physical therapy benefits are covered by your insurance company. There will be a number on the back of your insurance card that will connect you to your plans customer service department. PT PRO, INC. encourages all patients to verify their insurance benefits before the first session or just after to allow you and your therapist to plan accordingly. Below is a list of important questions that we suggest you ask your insurance company about your physical therapy benefits.
What is your outpatient physical therapy benefits?
Is there a dollar or visit max per year?
Do you need a prescription or referral for PT?
Do you have a deductible or co-pay?
Is PT PRO, INC an in-network provider with your insurance?
Our provider tax ID # is 205079345
If a written authorization from your doctor is required, please bring this information with you to your first appointment. It must be on file at this clinic.
Washington State Labor and Industries (L & I) Workman’s compensation requires a doctor’s prescription to begin physical therapy. You will need to provide a case number, name and number of your claims adjustor.
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) for auto accident injury coverage requires a doctor’s prescription. You will need to provide contact information.
PT PRO, Inc. does not accept United Healthcare patients, with backing of the APTA, due to said entity changing the agreed upon provider contract without negations.
PT Pro is In-Network with:
- First Choice Health – PPO Network
- Great West
- Healthcare Management Administrators (HMA)
- Humana Choice Care
- Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington – POS plans
- LifeWise Health Plan of WA
- Moda Health Plans
- Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
- Premera Blue Cross
- Regence Blue Shield
- Sound Health & Wellness Trust
- Washington State Labor and Industries (L&I) Workman’s Compensation
PT Pro is Out of Network with:
- All Savers
- Uniform Medical Plan (UMP)
- United Healthcare
PT Pro is not a Medicare provider.
If you don’t see your insurance listed, please call us at 425-497-8180 so we can confirm if you have benefits and coverage with us.
We also accept HSA (health savings account) cards, cash/check, Visa/Mastercard payment at the time of service. Call for our cash pay pricing.