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Welcome to Pursuit Physical Therapy!

We are currently accepting new Seattle area physical therapy patients and are so excited to get you back to your life!

Please complete this form and email it to us no later than the day before your appointment so that we may check your benefits and be able to advise you the best on how to properly utilize your healthcare benefit.

Payments

Pursuit Physical Therapy accepts most common insurance plans, click here for a full list.

Click here to review important information about insurance coverage for physical therapy services.

If you do not have insurance or we are not able to accept your insurance, we offer discounted cash rates for wellness visits. If you are interested in a cash wellness appointment, please contact our office to set up the initial visit. We are more than happy to accommodate your requests. If you would like to fill out the cash agreement form ahead of time, please click on the button below to download the form.

Payments

Pursuit Physical Therapy accepts most common insurance plans, click here for a full list.

Click here to review important information about insurance coverage for physical therapy services.

If you do not have insurance or we are not able to accept your insurance, we offer discounted cash rates for wellness visits. If you are interested in a cash wellness appointment, please contact our office to set up the initial visit. We are more than happy to accommodate your requests. If you would like to fill out the cash agreement form ahead of time, please click on the button below to download the form.

Accepted Insurance Plans

If you don’t see your plan, please give us a call to verify,

  • Premera (Blue Cross)
  • Aetna
  • Regence (Blue Shield)
  • Blue Cross / Blue Shield (BCBS)
  • First Choice
  • Cigna
  • LifeWise
  • Kaiser Options or Kaiser PPO
  • Labor & Industries (Darshita only)
  • First Person Personal Injury Protection (PIP) 

PATIENTS:

Neal is NO longer taking NEW patients with:

– Aetna MedAdvantage

-Regence MedAdvantage

Effective May 1st.

We are unable to accept the following plans:

  • Medicare (Red, White, and Blue Card)
  • DSHS or Medicaid
  • Kaiser Core
  • United Healthcare
  • Aetna MedAdvantage
  • Regence MedAdvantage 

Important Insurance Information

Today’s insurance climate is an ever-changing environment. It is your responsibility to fully understand all the details of your specific plan. We will check your benefits on the online portal from your insurance company, this information is usually correct but there may be nuances that are not portrayed on the site.

Prescriptions, Referrals, Pre-Authorizations

  • Prescriptions, referrals, and PAs have expiration dates and/or a set number of visits. Check your paperwork to be sure it has not expired before your visit.
  • If your insurance policy requires a physical therapy prescription from your primary care physician (PCP) or non-physician (NPP), you must obtain a current prescription as required by your plan to pay for physical therapy services for the duration of your physical therapy care.
  • If your policy requires a referral or pre-authorization (PA), you will need to contact your PCP and ask that a current copy be sent to both your insurance company and our office.

Utilization of Benefits

  • Some on-demand physical therapy services are not eligible for insurance coverage.
  • Physical therapy benefits can be deemed utilized by your insurance company if the same billing codes are used by other providers such as occupational therapy, speech therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, naturopathic, physical medicine, and chiropractic offices. 
  • Please check with your insurance company when you see multiple practitioners. It is your responsibility to track services received from other practitioners in other clinics.
If you exceed your plan limits, you are responsible for payment of the services not covered by your plan.

Deductibles, Copays, Co-insurance

    • If you have a deductible, you must meet this out-of-pocket expense before your insurance company will start to pay for your treatment. You can obtain this information from your insurance customer service representative.
    • Your office copay is due at the time of service.
    • The copay amount on your insurance card may not be the copay for physical therapy visits. Verify this information with your insurance customer service representative. We will check the insurance portal as well for this information.
    • Your co-insurance amount is the amount not covered by your insurance plan. You can obtain this information from an insurance customer service representative or it will be stated on your Explanation of Benefits (EOBs) that come from the insurance company.