Our patient, Michelle Proulx, is a real-life superwoman! She was admitted to our Portsmouth hospital following a below the knee amputation in May. Michelle was recently discharged to home at an independent level with a walker. On her last day she won a push up contest with her two therapists, Zoe…
Prior to your first visit, our pre-registration team will make every effort to verify your insurance coverage and let you know what they find either at or prior to that first visit. However, this is not a guarantee of payment. That will be determined by your insurance plan once the claim has been billed. Authorizations and referrals must be in place if they are required by your plan. The Billing Office will work with you to minimize any financial burdens. Payment plans can be arranged for any substantial co-responsibility balances you may owe.
Who should I contact if I have a billing question?
The billing department is available Monday thru Friday form 8-4:30 to answer your billing questions. You may dial the number of the Biller handling your account as shown on your statement or you may call 603-890-7600 to be directed to that person.
How can I make an appointment?
Appointments are available by calling our Central Scheduling line for any of our 25 locations at 888-950-9939
When should I start therapy?
Typically, treatment should begin as early as possible. Treating a problem early helps to prevent it from becoming chronic and in the prevention of future problems. This decreases the length of time you may require treatment and reduces healthcare costs.
What type of treatment will I receive?
That will depend on the plan of care developed by you and your therapist. Ongoing assessments will be performed to be sure you are receiving the best treatment approach. Typical treatments may consist the use of modalities (hot pack, cold pack, ultrasound, and electrical stimulation), exercise, manual treatments, functional activities and education.