Q&A

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Will my insurance cover therapy
and how much will I have to pay?

Depending on your insurance plan you may have a deductible, copayment or co-insurance. The deductible is an amount that you are responsible for paying before your insurance company will begin to pay for services. It is applied to services such as lab tests, x-rays, therapy and a number of other medical services. In addition to your deductible, depending on your insurance plan, you may also have a copayment or co-insurance due at each medical visit (including therapy). A copayment is a set amount you pay per visit ($10, for example). Your copayment will vary according to your insurance plan, so you should check with your plan to establish what your copayment amount is. A co-insurance is a percentage, such as 10 or 20 percent, of all charges that are incurred that visit.

 

GSC Therapy Services will call and obtain your insurance benefits before your first visit and review all of your plan information at the time of your initial evaluation. Payment arrangements will be determined at that time.

2. What are my options if my doctor has prescribed
therapy but I don’t have insurance?

Depending on your insurance plan you may have a deductible, copayment or co-insurance. The deductible is an amount that you are responsible for paying before your insurance company will begin to pay for services. It is applied to services such as lab tests, x-rays, therapy and a number of other medical services. In addition to your deductible, depending on your insurance plan, you may also have a copayment or co-insurance due at each medical visit (including therapy). A copayment is a set amount you pay per visit ($10, for example). Your copayment will vary according to your insurance plan, so you should check with your plan to establish what your copayment amount is. A co-insurance is a percentage, such as 10 or 20 percent, of all charges that are incurred that visit.

 

GSC Therapy Services will call and obtain your insurance benefits before your first visit and review all of your plan information at the time of your initial evaluation. Payment arrangements will be determined at that time.

3.Do I need a prescription from my doctor
to come to therapy?

Depending on your insurance plan you may have a deductible, copayment or co-insurance. The deductible is an amount that you are responsible for paying before your insurance company will begin to pay for services. It is applied to services such as lab tests, x-rays, therapy and a number of other medical services. In addition to your deductible, depending on your insurance plan, you may also have a copayment or co-insurance due at each medical visit (including therapy). A copayment is a set amount you pay per visit ($10, for example). Your copayment will vary according to your insurance plan, so you should check with your plan to establish what your copayment amount is. A co-insurance is a percentage, such as 10 or 20 percent, of all charges that are incurred that visit.

 

GSC Therapy Services will call and obtain your insurance benefits before your first visit and review all of your plan information at the time of your initial evaluation. Payment arrangements will be determined at that time.

4.How often do I have to come for therapy?

Depending on your insurance plan you may have a deductible, copayment or co-insurance. The deductible is an amount that you are responsible for paying before your insurance company will begin to pay for services. It is applied to services such as lab tests, x-rays, therapy and a number of other medical services. In addition to your deductible, depending on your insurance plan, you may also have a copayment or co-insurance due at each medical visit (including therapy). A copayment is a set amount you pay per visit ($10, for example). Your copayment will vary according to your insurance plan, so you should check with your plan to establish what your copayment amount is. A co-insurance is a percentage, such as 10 or 20 percent, of all charges that are incurred that visit.

 

GSC Therapy Services will call and obtain your insurance benefits before your first visit and review all of your plan information at the time of your initial evaluation. Payment arrangements will be determined at that time.

5.How long should it take to schedule
my first appointment?

Depending on your insurance plan you may have a deductible, copayment or co-insurance. The deductible is an amount that you are responsible for paying before your insurance company will begin to pay for services. It is applied to services such as lab tests, x-rays, therapy and a number of other medical services. In addition to your deductible, depending on your insurance plan, you may also have a copayment or co-insurance due at each medical visit (including therapy). A copayment is a set amount you pay per visit ($10, for example). Your copayment will vary according to your insurance plan, so you should check with your plan to establish what your copayment amount is. A co-insurance is a percentage, such as 10 or 20 percent, of all charges that are incurred that visit.

 

GSC Therapy Services will call and obtain your insurance benefits before your first visit and review all of your plan information at the time of your initial evaluation. Payment arrangements will be determined at that time.

6.What should I expect at my first appointment?

Depending on your insurance plan you may have a deductible, copayment or co-insurance. The deductible is an amount that you are responsible for paying before your insurance company will begin to pay for services. It is applied to services such as lab tests, x-rays, therapy and a number of other medical services. In addition to your deductible, depending on your insurance plan, you may also have a copayment or co-insurance due at each medical visit (including therapy). A copayment is a set amount you pay per visit ($10, for example). Your copayment will vary according to your insurance plan, so you should check with your plan to establish what your copayment amount is. A co-insurance is a percentage, such as 10 or 20 percent, of all charges that are incurred that visit.

 

GSC Therapy Services will call and obtain your insurance benefits before your first visit and review all of your plan information at the time of your initial evaluation. Payment arrangements will be determined at that time.

7.What do I wear to therapy?

Depending on your insurance plan you may have a deductible, copayment or co-insurance. The deductible is an amount that you are responsible for paying before your insurance company will begin to pay for services. It is applied to services such as lab tests, x-rays, therapy and a number of other medical services. In addition to your deductible, depending on your insurance plan, you may also have a copayment or co-insurance due at each medical visit (including therapy). A copayment is a set amount you pay per visit ($10, for example). Your copayment will vary according to your insurance plan, so you should check with your plan to establish what your copayment amount is. A co-insurance is a percentage, such as 10 or 20 percent, of all charges that are incurred that visit.

 

GSC Therapy Services will call and obtain your insurance benefits before your first visit and review all of your plan information at the time of your initial evaluation. Payment arrangements will be determined at that time.

8.Can I do my therapy at home instead
of at a clinic?

Depending on your insurance plan you may have a deductible, copayment or co-insurance. The deductible is an amount that you are responsible for paying before your insurance company will begin to pay for services. It is applied to services such as lab tests, x-rays, therapy and a number of other medical services. In addition to your deductible, depending on your insurance plan, you may also have a copayment or co-insurance due at each medical visit (including therapy). A copayment is a set amount you pay per visit ($10, for example). Your copayment will vary according to your insurance plan, so you should check with your plan to establish what your copayment amount is. A co-insurance is a percentage, such as 10 or 20 percent, of all charges that are incurred that visit.

 

GSC Therapy Services will call and obtain your insurance benefits before your first visit and review all of your plan information at the time of your initial evaluation. Payment arrangements will be determined at that time.

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