The state of Arizona has unrestricted direct access to physical therapy. Most states in the country have something similar. This means you can call our office directly without first seeing your physician, saving you money and saving your physician time.
We are contracted with Medicare. Additionally, we will communicate with most insurance plans, but we have not signed contracts with all of them. If we aren’t contracted with your insurance, we can call them to get an estimate and help you take advantage of your out of network benefits. Most of our patients receive heavy reimbursements from their insurance company. In these instances, know that we have not contracted with your insurance company because their payment does not allow for the type of quality care that we believe in. We pride ourselves on communication and are always happy to answer questions on this topic.
However, also know that your insurance card is not a golden ticket and that it is your responsibility to understand your insurance plan and what it offers. Call us to find out more.
At The Motive Physical Therapy Specialists, we promise to provide the best one-on-one physical therapy experience you have ever had. When you become a patient, we are fully committed to your recovery. With this promise, we expect the same commitment from you. Your journey toward recovery is like paddling in a two-person canoe. If you’ve been in a canoe before, you know that if only one person paddles, the canoe will go in a circle and end up back where it started. Only when both people are paddling will the canoe pick up speed and reach the other side. We expect our patients to follow their prescribed exercises and have open lines of communication should any obstacles or questions arise.
Fellowship training is a structured education and mentorship program physical therapists can elect to do once they have completed a residency or are board-certified specialists. It is the most extensive clinical education offered in physical therapy, usually taking around 3 years to complete. Less than one half of 1% of physical therapists complete fellowship training.