You can find your chart number in the upper right corner of your bill as illustrated:
In the state of Wisconsin, in most cases a client can begin therapy without a physician referral; however, your insurance may require it. Medicare and Medicaid do require a physician referral, but many other HMOs and private insurance companies do not. We can help you determine if you need a referral and will contact your insurance provider on your behalf to verify.
For patients considering a cash pay method, no referral is required; however, we are unable to accept cash for those with Medicare, Medicaid or other government insurance plans.
If you are concerned about travelling to our offices, we offer Telehealth Services. Many insurances are covering telehealth for physical, occupational, and speech therapy during this crisis. If you’re unsure whether or not insurance would allow, we are happy to contact the plan to research on your behalf. If insurance does not cover, we have flexible cash pay options to help ease the burden, yet get you the care you need today.
Beginning May 4, 2020, we will resume operations for massage therapy clients in our Holmen and La Crosse clinics. To schedule an appointment, call 877-526-9888.
Trigger point dry needling can be utilized in conjunction with traditional therapy approaches of manual therapy and exercise to treat a variety of musculoskeletal problems. Some common conditions that dry needling is effective for include:
Neck, back, and shoulder pain
Arm pain (tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, golfer’s elbow)
Headache (migraine, tension-type headache)
Buttock and leg pain (sciatica, hamstring strain, calf tightness/spasms)
Trigger points in muscles are thought to be a primary contributing factor to soreness and this treatment of has the great impact on releasing tension and reducing pain mechanisms of the nervous system.
Contact us to find out if this physical therapy might be right for you!