For Patients

CorePhysio We are here to help you get back out there doing what you love.

Your First Visit...what to expect

On your first to CorePhysio our staff will perform a COVID-19 Screen consisting of measurement of  Temperature, Oxygen Saturation levles, Pulse, and COVID Questionaire.

If you have any of the following symptoms pleae call to reschedule.

On your first physical therapy visit you can expect to participate in a thorough 1-hour long Orthopedic evaluation. During the Evaluation we will determine what has happen, how long it will take and what will need to be done..

Typically, you will also receive physical therapy treatment including:

Education of current issue and treatment to help resolve it.

Functional manual therapy.

Functional Dry Needling Myofascial Trigger point release.(As needed)

Therapeutic corrective exercises.

Any necessary equipment.

Office Hours

Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Insurance

IN-Network with Presbyterian Health services (comercial plans, Centennial, but not Medicare) Please call to get benefit information 505-983-2673

CorePhysio is a cash pay practice, meaning that we do not network with most private insurance companies or Medicare/Medicaid. 

Our rates are straight forward and due at the time of service. You will not receive any surprises, such as a hefty bill in the mail.

At our clinic, a Doctor of Physical Therapy will work with you 1-on-1 for the entirety of each visit.

We respect your investment in your body. Our focus is on helping you achieve your goals, educating you, and putting you at the helm of your medical care.

Some private insurance plans may reimburse you for our services at an ‘out-of-network’ rate. This does not apply if you are using Medicare, Workers’ Compensation, or auto insurance.

We recommend checking with your insurance company regarding the specifics of your ‘out-of-network’ benefits.

We will happily generate a detailed invoice for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. 



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