Now accepting CDPHP
Fees & Services
At Keystone Physical Therapy, we provide the highest quality pelvic physical therapy services to meet your goals. Your treatment experience will not be limited by the insurance regulations and you will be able to get the treatment that you deserve.
It is required to have an evaluation
before scheduling follow up treatments
Single Treatment Session
45 Minutes $88
60 Minutes $110
4 Treatment Package
45 Minutes $320
60 Minutes $400
Click below to schedule or feel free
to call our office at (518) 304-6006
Please understand appointment times are limited. If you must cancel your appointment, we respectfully request 24-hour notice. Missed appointments, or appointments cancelled without 24-hour notice, will incur a fee of $50.
For new patients for first appointments, a no show or late cancellation will result in a full charge of the new patient fee.
How to Canel Your Appointment
If you need to cancel your appointment, please call us at (518)304-6006 or contact your pelvic physical therapist directly.
Do you take Insurance?
Keystone Physical Therapy is now participating with CDPHP.
If you have a commercial insurance plan, we can provide you with a superbill that you can submit, for potential reimbursement or to be applied to your out-of-network deductible.
Can I get reimbursed by my insurance?
We recommend contacting your insurance company to ask about your "Out-of-Network" Physical Therapy benefits. When speaking to your insurance company, state that you will be paying at the time of your visit and would like to know what will be reimbursed.
A $50 administration fee will be added if additional paperwork is required for insurance reimbursement.
SEE BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS ON CONTACTING YOUR INSURANCE
Keystone Physical Therapy does not participate with Medicare insurance at this time.
Determining Your Insurance Benefits
Use this form when calling your insurance provider
Click Here for worksheet when calling your insurance company.
This form was created to help you in understanding your insurance reimbursement for Physical Therapy and is not a guarantee of reimbursement to you.
What This Information Means
A deductible must be fufilled before the insurance company will pay for therapy treatment. You submit all your bills to help reach the deductible amount.
If you have an office visit co-pay the insurance company will subtract that amount from the percentage they will pay. This will affect the amount of reimbursement you will receive.
The reimbursement percentage will be based on your insurance company’s established “reasonable and customary/fair price” for the service codes rendered. This price will not necessarily match the charges billed. Some may be less, some may be more.
If your policy requires a prescription from your PCP you must obtain one to send in with the claim. This is usually not difficult to obtain since your PCP sent you to a specialist for help with your condition. If the prescription from a MD or specialist is all you need, make sure to have a copy to include with your claim. Each time you receive an updated prescription you’ll need to include it will the claim.
If your policy requires pre-authorization or a referral on file and the insurance company doesn’t have one listed yet, you’ll need to call the referral coordinator at your PCP’s office. Ask them to file a referral for your physical therapy treatment that is dated to cover your first physical therapy visit. Be aware that referrals and pre-authorizations have an expiration date and some set a visit limit. If you are approaching the expiration date or visit limit you’ll need the referral coordinator to submit a request for more treatment.