What Insurances Do You Take

FAQ: What Insurances Do You Take?

What Insurances Do You Take

We strive to make every patient feel valued and well taken care of.  Physical Therapy is a tool. It’s a pathway to get you to your goals. Our highly trained staff members at Borja Physical Therapy work to do their best to make your experience pleasant. So, you may find yourself asking “what insurances do you take?”

What Insurances Do You Take?

When it comes to plan and network types, you’re looking at the services that are covered in your plan. As well as the doctors you are allowed to see. These can either be in or out of network. For instance, some plan types let you see any doctor at any health care facility. While other plans can limit your choices. Some may even charge you more to see out of network providers as a result.

At Borja PT, we accept all major health insurances, as well as auto insurance and Worker’s Comp companies.

For the purpose of physical therapy treatment, some major health insurance carriers we accept:

  • AAA
  • Aetna
  • Allstate
  • Auto-Owners
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Michigan / Blue Care Network
  • Blue Cross Complete
  • Cofinity
  • Hanover
  • HAP
  • McLaren
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Meridian
  • National General
  • Nationwide
  • OneCall
  • Progressive Auto
  • State Farm
  • The Hartford
  • Theramatrix
  • TriCare
  • United Health Care Community
  • United Health Care
  • UMR
  • Wellcare
  • …And Many More

If your insurance isn’t listed, however, please call our office to speak with our team. As a courtesy, the Billing Department verifies your insurance benefits. So, it’s important to provide your insurance information before your first visit.

They will be able to look into your primary health insurance policy. As well as any auto insurance policy, Workers Comp claim, and any secondary health insurance policies you may have.

Workers Compensation/Motor Vehicle Accidents

Additionally, we are happy to treat patients with personal injury or motor vehicle accident claims. The billing department will need certain information to verify each claim prior to service. For example, they will need the claim number, adjuster’s name, and contact phone number. As well as the claim mailing address. 

Should the Workers Comp or Auto company deny your claims, the claims will then be submitted to your Medical Insurance. If you do not have medical insurance, however, the balance will become your responsibility.  Please let us know if you have an attorney involved, along with their name and phone number as well.

Click here to learn about our financial policy. To speak with our Billing Coordinator, call our office at (586) 884-4565 or email [email protected]

About The Author

Jaime Curl

I've explored various fields within physical therapy including acute care and oncology at Troy Beaumont Hospital and outpatient physical therapy. As the office administrator and marketer, I'm able to combine my love for health and exercise science with my interest in marketing and numbers skills. My hobbies include spending time with friends and family, baking, crafting, and watching my favorite movies or tv shows.

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