Q: Do you accept my insurance?
A: Most likely yes. Federally mandated health care laws present daily challenges to the health care industry, as such it is difficult for us to provide an exhaustive list. At the bottom of this page is our most recent list, feel free to click on the image and download the pdf file.

Q: Do I need a prescription from my doctor to receive therapy?
A: No, Michigan is a Direct Assess State.

Click here to visit the American Physical Therapy Association website to learn more about Direct Access.


Q: What should I wear to my appointment?
A: Please wear comfortable lose fitting clothes for moving around with, and at the same time will not expose you when you are in a variety of positions.

Q: What if something comes up at the last minute just before my scheduled appointment?
A: We understand that life happens, please call us as soon as possible so we can make alternate arrangements and keep you on track with your plan.

Don't see your question here? Please Contact the nearest location to you, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

For your information:
Patients can now receive DIRECT ACCESS to physical therapy services without a referral from a physician. The Michigan Legislator has passed a new law allowing patients to seek physical therapy treatment without a physician referral (Senate Bill 0690 – effective January 1, 2015).
Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialist is committed to the highest level of patient care, including the most up-to-date treatment approaches, state of the art equipment, and same day appointments.
On your first visit you will be greeted by a member of our front office staff who will orient you to our practice. New patient paperwork can be printed (below) and completed prior to coming in for your appointment. If you prefer, you may arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment to fill out the forms in the clinic. Please wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing for your evaluation. You will also need to bring in your driver’s license, insurance cards, and the prescription provided to you by your physician.
The physical therapist will complete a thorough evaluation and discuss a plan for treatment with you. The therapist will recommend how often you should attend physical therapy and our front office personnel will assist you in scheduling all of your appointments at that time. Please remember to check out at the front desk after each visit.

Below is our most recent insurance list, and some common insurance terms.
Please call us if your insurance is not listed.

PPTS List of Accepted Insurances April 2017

PPTS Insurance Terms