If you have any questions regarding your first visit, please don’t hesitate to call us today.
The first visit is an evaluation where your physical therapist will conduct a comprehensive examination to create a plan of care with you. We will make sure to communicate the findings with your primary care physician to collaborate your care with them.
On your first visit please dress comfortably and carry the following, where applicable:
- Current X-ray, MRI or CT scan reports or post-surgical instructions.
- Driver's license/Government issued photo I.D. & your Health Insurance card.
- Doctor's presription. In NJ you can also directly access Physical therapy services, without a prescription from another health care provider.
- For HMO plans- Referral from PCP. This is different from a presciption.
- Medication list with dosage, frequency, route of administration, and reason for intake.
We make it easy for you to register for care by having you complete the necessary paperwork. Please complete and bring the following forms with you on the first visit if you can.
If you prefer to fill out registration forms at our office, please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment.
Covering the Care We Provide
Logos Physical Therapy accepts a wide range of insurance plans — opening our doors to patients from the Perth Amboy area in need of care services. Check to see if your plan made the list of our accepted health coverage providers. Call us today for more information or to make special accommodations if you’re not adequately insured.
We are in network with most major insurances including Aetna, Humana, UnitedHealthcare, Cigna, Horizon BCBS, Anthem BCBS, Empire BCBS, AmeriHealth, Qualcare, Medicare.
Please call our office as we are always adding new insurance plans.
Self Pay Option
If you have no Health Insurance or you have maxed out your benefits, we can help with the self-pay option.
Please call our office today for pricing and payment options.
Credit card, Cash and Check are accepted for payment.
PT Services may be covered in full or in part by patient's health insurance or employee benefit plan. It is patient's responsibility to check their coverage carefully by calling their insurance carrier.
We accept all Worker's Compensation and Motor Vehicle Accident cases and nearly all major insurance plans not limited to the plans listed above.