In-Network Insurance Plans

In-Network Insurance PlansAt Athletico, the well-being of our patients is our primary concern. We strive to give our patients the optimal treatment and encourage patients to call us with questions regarding insurance coverage and benefits. We are more than happy to help patients gain a clearer understanding of their insurance coverage and claim procedures.

Athletico Physical Therapy and Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers and PRORehab closed on a deal that now gives our combined company a geographic footprint of eight states and over 330 locations. To ensure our patients are receiving the best quality care, In-Network Insurances will still be separated by individual brand name. To learn more about the individual coverage available, please select the company pages below:

Athletico

Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers 

PRORehab

About Your Coverage

As a courtesy, we will verify your coverage with your insurance carrier. Please note that verification of coverage is only a quote and not a guarantee of payment. When you call your insurance company to verify benefits, inform your carrier that our place of service is eleven (office setting). We will file directly with your insurance company for services rendered and assist you in obtaining payment from your insurance company. To assure the highest level of coverage, we encourage you to be aware of limitations and requirements that your insurance plan might have,

Some common requirements and limitations include:

  • Co-pay required by the patient at the time of service
  • Referrals required from Primary Care Physicians (PCP) at the initial visit
  • Therapy visit limitations per calendar year
  • Pre-Certifications
  • Deductible and co-insurance obligations

Should insurance payments be delayed, reduced, or denied, we will expect payment from you the patient, or responsible party. For your convenience, we accept cash, personal checks, money orders, Visa, Discover, and MasterCard.  You can now pay your bill online.

*The above insurance information is not applicable to workers’ compensation patients.