Hope Rehab Katy Now Offers Physical Therapy via Telehealth
Getting Started is Quick and Easy!
- Call or click the link to schedule your telehealth visit.
- You will receive an email response with a telehealth consent form. Please sign the form and return it via email.
- You will receive a call back to confirm your appointment. A login link for your visit will be emailed to you.
- You can use your phone or computer with a microphone and camera for the visit.
- A few minutes before your appointment, log into the therapist waiting room with the link provided.
- The therapist will join you at your appointment time. You will be able to see the therapist on the screen and they can see you.
- The therapist will review your symptoms, progress and any problems you may be experiencing.
- The therapist will guide you through specific exercises or activities and recommend new ones to address your individual needs.
- The therapist can answer any questions you may have about your symptoms, activities or home exercise program.
- Call today to schedule your telehealth physical therapy appointment at 281-944-0001.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does insurance cover physical therapy telehealth visits?
Yes, many insurance companies will cover the same benefits you would have with a face-to-face visit with your physical therapist. We will verify your telehealth benefits prior to your visit.
How much will I owe for the visit?
Your financial responsibility for the visit is defined by the benefits of your health insurance policy. Some insurance companies are waiving copays for telehealth visits during the Covid-19 crisis. If you owe a copay, the office will call prior to your appointment to accept your payment.
How long will the visit last?
Most therapy visits will last from 25 to 60 minutes.
Can my first visit as a new patient be a telehealth visit?
Yes, for most commercial insurance companies the initial evaluation can be performed with a telehealth visit. Medicare currently requires the initial evaluation to be performed in person.
Do I need a referral or prescription for a telehealth visit?
- Neither is needed for self-pay (out of pocket) visits for up to two weeks.
- Most commercial insurance companies and Medicare require a referral and/or a prescription.