You may be eligible for our services through your own insurance benefits such as extended health care, worker’s compensation, or motor vehicle insurance. We won’t know whether you are covered, so check it out with your plan administrator. In any case, you’re ultimately responsible for paying all fees.
Extended Health Care
If you have private insurance through work, a spouse, or personal insurance plans like Blue Cross, check your plan for coverage details.
When booking an appointment, it’s helpful if you can tell us what your plan covers.
There are several payment options available for treatment. You’ll receive an official receipt for the services you received.
When you start physiotherapy, you’ll need to be checked over by a medical doctor. They must fill out a Workman’s Compensation (WCB) report, and you’ll send a different one to WCB. Your employer will also need to fill out and submit their paperwork regarding the incident.
Your assessment and initial treatment is covered by WCB, but treatments must be approved by WCB. If approved, the cost of your treatment will be billed directly to WCB. If your claim isn’t accepted, the fees incurred after the assessment and initial treatment, will be your responsibility. If your claim is not accepted, check your extended health care insurance for reimbursement.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Since October 2004, the motor vehicle insurance program of Alberta has allowed direct billing through section B insurance (when the client selects to be treated under the 10 or 21 visit protocol, depending on the injury). If you choose not to be treated under the motor vehicle insurance protocol, fees can be claimed under your extended health care plan.
Alberta Health Services
We do not accept AHS patients at this time, please see the AHS website for more information on clinics which provide physiotherapy services for eligible patients.
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- Or insurance options if available
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