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  • How do I schedule an appointment?
    We provide a contact form on the home page of our website that will be sent directly to the Clinical Supervisor. You may also give us a call at 850.638.3387 . If you would rather talk face-to-face with an individual, you're welcome to come in and speak with a representative!
  • What do I need to bring?
    For your first appointment there are a few things we will need: A copy of your driver's liscense (or another official photo ID) Your Insurance Card A referral order/prescription for Physical Therapy from your Providing MD Your phone number so that we can schedule furthur appointments
  • I don't have insurance. Can I still be treated?
    Absolutely! If you do not have insurance, we will treat you as a self-pay patient, meaning that you pay the whole. Self-Pay physical therapy typically costs $100.00 per hour, and is then pro-rated every 15 minutes. If you are unable to pay the listed fee, our representatives will work with you to try to fit to your budget.
  • What insurances do you accept?
    We accept almost all major insurances, including but not limited to: Tricare, BCBS, Worker's Compensation, Medicare, United Health Care, and VA related insurances. If you have any questions or concerns regarding what insurances are accepted, we will be happy to fill you in!
  • Do I have to get in the pool?
    Including the pool in your treatment is 100% optional. Any concerns or discomfort regarding the treatment your therapist plans can be discussed during the initial evaluation. Our therapists are here to tailor to your needs and body, and are happy to accomodate you however possible.
  • Do I have to know how to swim?
    Knowing how to swim is not a requirement for aquatic therapy. Our pool is designed with different levels depending on the patient's height and swimming ability, with our most shallow level standing at 3.5 feet. You are also under direct supervision by our trained staff, and we provide flotation devices if needed.
  • Do I have to get my hair wet?
    No, you are not required to get your hair wet in order to participate in aquatic therapy.
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