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  • How much will my therapy cost?
    Our administrative team will pre-verify benefits prior to your first appointment so that you will know financial obligations before getting started. A plan for financial responsibility will also be determined at initial evaluation.
  • What should I expect on my first visit?
    We ask that you come 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork, or you can save time by completing your registration forms before you come. Also, we ask that you bring your driver's license, insurance information, physician prescription (if required), and a list of current medications. If you have a co-pay, we ask that you pay it at the start of your visit. After a review of your paperwork, your therapist will accompany you to our treatment area and your session will begin. The Initial Evaluation is a chance for you and your therapist to get to know each other, evaluate your therapy needs, and set goals that will enable you to get back to doing the things you love. You and your therapist will then determine plan for frequency and duration of treatment and schedule your next visit. Once your evaluation is complete, we will communicate the treatment plan with your physician.
  • What if you don't accept my insurance?
    Yes! We offer competitive self-pay rates that may end up saving you money compared to using your insurance benefits.
  • Do I need a doctor's referral for therapy?
    Yes and no. In the state of Minnesota, a person can see a physical therapist for 90 days without a doctor’s referral. As the leading experts in musculoskeletal conditions, a physical therapist is best-suited to address your needs and will help save you money on your healthcare costs. Some insurances, like Medicare, require a referral from a doctor in order to pay for services, however, our administrative team can assist with that process.
  • What should I wear?
    Wear what makes you comfortable. We recommend wearing supportive shoes, such as sneakers, and upper body layers so that if you work up a sweat you can take a layer off to be more comfortable. Often times your therapist may need to take a closer look at your affected body part, so we suggest wearing clothes that allow for easier access to that area.
  • What insurances do you accept?
    We are currently working on finalizing insurance contracts. Please check back for updates.
  • What makes North Born Physical Therapy different than other outpatient clinics?
    Unlike most traditional outpatient clinics, we provide treatment in a one-on-one model. Our therapists have advanced training, certifications, and years of experience treating clients of all ages and abilities. Whether transitioning from inpatient rehabilitation to home, rehabilitating a sports injury, or just hoping to improve overall mobility, our therapists have the skills and time to help you reach your optimal potential so that you can return to doing the things you love.
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