We do not require a physician referral to obtain physical therapy services. However, some insurance plans require you to have a referral to access your benefits. We advise that you always check with your insurance plan before obtaining services to ensure you are aware of how much coverage you have.
At this time, we do not have any funding through Alberta Health Services.

Extended Health Benefits

Most extended health plans will cover physical therapy, however the extent of coverage varies from plan to plan. Some plans will cover a dollar amount, others a percentage per treatment. It’s quite simple to determine the amount of coverage you may have or if your company will allow direct billing. You can call your insurance company and they will be able to provide you with the information you need. We are happy to announce that we will be able to direct bill most insurance companies. If your extended health plan does not accept direct billing, we will be happy to provide you with a receipt to pay and submit for reimbursement, or you can save the receipt for tax purposes.

Private Payment

If you do not have third party billing, we do accept private payment.

Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)

Directly following your MVA:

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident it is important to contact your insurance company immediately. You have 10 days from the date of the accident to fill out the appropriate paperwork to be able to access treatment options. We will provide an assessment to determine your diagnosis, which will determine the amount of treatment you will be approved for or if you fall under Section B treatment coverage (see below). MVA patients can qualify for up to 21 sessions occurring over a 90 day period from the date of accident. During this time we are able to direct bill your car insurance company.

Section B Treatment Coverage: 

Depending on your diagnosis or if you have fallen outside of the 90 day window, treatment is available upon approval from your insurance company. Direct billing may be available to you at this time, however, approval is required by your insurance company.