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For your convenience, we accept cash, personal check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and debit cards.
If your insurance has a copayment, the copayment is due at your appointment. We are required by your insurance company to collect these fees as per your terms of your healthcare contract. Additionally, patients are responsible for all balances, including coinsurances and deductibles.
Yes, in an effort to provide you with the most comprehensive service possible, our office will bill your insurance company.
Some insurance plans require a referral from your primary care physician prior to visiting a specialist. Our staff will assist you in obtaining your referral, if necessary.
We schedule our patients from 8am until 3:30pm with accommodations through the lunch hour.
There have been many changes in insurance policies recently not all stated in your contract. Please do not hesitate to contact our office to see how we may help you.
In order for your case to continue to be open you must continue to treat with your authorized workers’ compensation doctor at least once a year. If you go 365 days without seeing the doctor your insurance company may close your case and you may not be entitled to any additional benefits. If you have taken a settlement after reaching MMI your case would be closed and you would be responsible for any future treatment.
No, in the state of Florida your adjuster must contact our office to schedule the first appointment in order for our office to receive authorization to treat you.
Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI) means that you have reached a point where your doctor feels that recovery from trauma, or lasting improvement to an injury or disease can no longer reasonably be anticipated, based on reasonable medical probability. This does not mean that further physical improvement cannot take place. You may also still continue to see your physician whenever you need to, however, you may have a $10.00 copay.