NEW PATIENT INFORMATION
What you can expect from Dery Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
You can expect a prompt appointment not a waiting list.
Patients can initiate physical therapy within 1-2 days of making contact with our office. In some cases you may be seen the same day. Appointments are scheduled for 40 minutes. Your first appointment will be scheduled for 80 minutes to allow thorough evaluation of your problem and treatment on your first visit. We offer extended hours (M-F 8am-7:30pm; Saturday by appointment).
You can expect individual attention from experienced clinical staff that is knowledgeable and caring.
Your treatment is specifically developed and discussed with you to meet your needs. Your doctor will receive regular communication about your treatment and progress. Our clinical staff are ALL licensed in the State of Michigan. Dery Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation does not use aides or other unlicensed individuals to provide treatment.
You can expect individual attention from our business staff.
As a local business, insurance billing is done in our office. We are obligated to collect the deductibles and copays as outlined by your insurance plan. However, we can arrange a payment plan should you need one. We also have options for patients who do not have insurance or choose not to have us bill their insurance company. Please inquire.
Dery Physical Therapy Services is credentialed and has contracts with many insurance companies. Some of the insurance plans we participate with include: Aetna, ASR, Blue Care Network (BCN), Blue Cross & Blue Shield (BCBS), Cofinity, Cigna, Golden Rule, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Plus Blue, Priority Health, Priority Medicare, Tricare, United Health Care; as well as may more Medicare Supplements and many other small insurance plans. Please contact us if you would like us to find out if are in your plan.
Dery Rehabilitation Services specializes in working with Workman Compensation and Auto Accident Claims. Our office has experience in working with your Case Worker, Claim Adjuster or Lawyer to receive payment for your rehabilitation. We will assist you with some of the confusing paper work and communication that occurs in these situations. We are NOT a substitute for legal advice. We can offer you our experience and patience while you recover.
What Our Patients Say About Us
Our discharge surveys indicate consistently that 98.93% of our patients are satisfied with the care they have received and would refer friends and family to be treated. Here are some of the testimonials we have collected from our surveys/
We have provided a one-to-one interaction with our patient's reevaluating their needs continuously to ensure people are making progress throughout their rehabilitation. Through this one on one interaction with our patients; our therapists are continuously advancing your rehabilitation program to make a difference in your outcome. 98.93% of our patients are satisfied with the care they have received and would refer friends and family to be treated. Patients are able to initiate an evaluation usually within1-2 days of making contact with our office. In some cases patients are able to start on the same day to achieve optimum functional and performance goals.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
Please bring any prescription, referral, or instructions given to by your doctor.
Please bring photo identification and insurance cards.
If you have been injured, bring the name of the insurance handling your claim, claim number and a phone number to contact your adjuster.
Please bring a list of your current medications.
A brief health history including dates and location of facilities where you had X-rays, MRIs, and surgeries are also helpful.
Should I take pain medication before my appointment?
It is important to take your medication as your doctor prescribed it. You should not take it early to come to physical therapy. It is important for your physical therapist to accurately assess your pain levels and how you tolerate treatment. Please tell you therapist when you last took your medication.
What should I wear to physical therapy?
You should wear comfortable clothing that allows access to the area that will under go treatment. We do have shorts and gowns if you would like to use them.
How early should I arrive?
If you have completed your new patient forms, plan on arriving five minutes early to allow coping of your identification and insurance cards.
If you will be completing your new patient forms in our office, please plan to arrive fifteen minutes early.
What should I do if I have questions after I leave your office?
Anytime you have a question feel free to call or contact our office. When the office is closed, your call is forwarded to our cell phone. This allows you to get answers to your questions or have your therapist return your call as soon as possible.
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