Insurance Info - Peak Performance Physical Therapy
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Insurance Info

We proudly accept the insurance plans listed below. If you do not see your plan listed, please call 517-853-6800 as we are always accepting new insurance plans.

  • Medicare
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Care Network
  • Theramatrix
  • TriCare
  • Veterans Choice Program
  • Workers Comp
  • Auto
  • Humana
  • McLaren
  • PHP
  • Blue Cross Complete
  • United Health Care

As a courtesy to our patients, we will verify your insurance coverage and benefits prior to your arrival (*verification is only a quote) as well as file claims for you. This process is put into place to determine deductible, copay and/or coinsurance for therapy services.

For those patients who do not have health insurance or have otherwise maxed out their benefits, we offer a Private Pay Plan. Please contact us to find out more about this exciting opportunity.Disclaimer: This is not a guarantee of payment and is subject to the information given to us. It is your responsibility to Contact Peak Performance Physical Therapy today at Lansing, Okemos & Dewitt, MI, and check the information regarding your insurance and physical therapy benefits.

FAQs

  • What is a deductible

    With your insurance plan, a deductible is the amount of money that you pay for your physical therapy services before your health insurance begins to pay.

  • What is coinsurance?

    Coinsurance is your portion of the costs of your physical therapy service. You start paying coinsurance after you have paid your insurance plan’s deductible.

  • What is co-pay?

    A copay is a set amount that you pay for your physical therapy service at the time that you receive the service. The amount can vary by the type of service.

  • What is the difference between co-pay and coinsurance?

    Your co-pay is a predetermined rate you pay for your physical therapy services at the time of care. The coinsurance is a percentage of what you pay based on your service. Your coinsurance is not a set rate. It varies based on the type of service that you receive. You pay a percentage and the rest is covered by your health insurance plan.

  • What is a combined policy?

    A combined policy are supplemental insurance plans that can be used to cover your physical therapy services. These include including accident, accident and sickness, critical care, cancer, life and Medicare supplement coverage.