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RPC is an in-network provider with most major insurances including government plans, HMOs, PPOs, POSs, and Workers Compensation. While we strongly encourage patients to contact their insurance company directly to check on physical therapy benefits, our staff will obtain and discuss insurance benefit information with you during your initial appointment. Here are a few of the more common insurance plans we accept.
- OneCall Care (Workers Compensation)
- Anthem (Blue Cross Blue Shield)
- MedRisk (Workers Compensation)
- Veterans Administration (VA)
- United HealthCare
RPC accepts private pay patients and payment plans.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are your therapists licensed?
Yes! All of our therapists are state licensed. Additionally, our therapists hold certifications in specific specialty areas of physical therapy such as Diagnostic Testing (EMG/US), etc.
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Do I need a doctor’s referral?
Georgia does not require a patient to have a prescription from a doctor in order to receive limited physical therapy. However, most insurance companies do require treatment to be medically necessary before finalizing a claim. Either way, our staff is here to guide you through this process.
What should I expect on my first visit?
During the Initial Evaluation , a licensed Physical Therapist will meet with you to review the information from your referring doctor, and will discuss your goals for care. Once this has been established, our Physical Therapists will continue to work with you one-on-one and your doctor to ensure you get as close to your goals as possible.
Will my doctor be informed?
Our Physical Therapists collaborate with you and your doctor to create an individualized Plan of Care. Treatment plans are evaluated and revised as needed throughout your treatment to ensure you get the best care for your needs.
How long are the appointments?
Each appointment lasts approximately 45 minutes to an hour
What should I wear?
Wear comfortable, loose clothing as to not restrict movement. If you are receiving Aquatic Therapy we ask that you arrive for your appointment wearing pool appropriate attire (bathing suit, trunks, swim tanks, etc. We provide the towel)
Whatever your question, our staff are here to help and promise to do our best to answer any questions you have before, during, and after your treatment.