RTA (Road Traffic Accident), slip injuries or work-related injuries
RTA (Road Traffic Accident), slip injuries or work-related injuries.
We liaise with several insurance companies in regard to the above.
What should you expect?
We will contact you to book the first appointment, in this occasion depending on the insurance that is referring you, you may need to sign a further consent form, apart from that the guidelines are pretty similar to the 1stappointment.
The main differences are:
- IA (Initial Assessment) and FU (Follow-Up) last up to 30min normally
- The IA and Final appointment there will be a Physiotherapy assessment and Report. This means that we will need to ask you questions in that regard
- The assessment is regarded to the area of the injury that you have claimed/you got the injury. Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer our wide range of techniques that we use with a self-referred patient. This because of the terms and conditions of some insurance companies.
Usually, you will receive the treatment on a weekly basis, but depending on the injury and on the single person’s needs that could be changed. This because at times we will need a more intense Physiotherapy treatment so we might need to see you twice a week. Other times instead the injury might require a wider time frame between sessions so the Physiotherapist might see you every two weeks for example.
Be assured that everything will be always discussed so the treatment plan will satisfy the recovery needs but as well as your needs.
That’s why we offer evenings and weekend appointments.
Do you need to pay anything?
NO. Your insurance will cover all the costs of physiotherapy treatment. We advise, therefore, take care that you are aware of their terms and conditions. Take particular care of the DNA(DID NOT ATTEND) possible charges. Our policy requires at least 24h notice to cancel or move an appointment.
For any further information do not hesitate to contact us.
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