Insurance & Non-Insurance Prices
Priority Care Physical Therapy in San Diego accepts most major insurance companies. However, if we’re out of your insurance network, or if you don't want to wait to navigate the insurance process, we can still serve you! We offer affordable cash rates and packages to help you save money. Learn more about our physical therapy prices and insurance options below, or contact us directly at (619) 717-1406.
Non-Insurance Cash Prices
No Referral Needed
Follow-up Visit Packages
Purchase follow-up visits as a package and save! (Does not include initial evaluation)
Priority Care Physical Therapy in San Diego accepts most major insurance companies, including: Aetna, Blue Cross of CA, Medicare, United Health Care, American Specialty Health, Optum, Cigna, Medrisk, Align Network.
If you have any questions about insurance, please contact us directly at (619) 717-1406.
Did you know we accept patients without a physician referral? Get the relief and recovery you need NOW!
In California, patients are able to be evaluated and treated by a licensed physical therapist without first obtaining a physician’s referral under legislation called Direct Access. This immediate access to therapeutic care leads to a much higher rate of success in a timely manner for the individuals seeking services.
Benefits of Direct Access:
Allows you to expedite treatment, saving time and money.
Eliminates delays that can result in decreased functional outcomes and frustration.
Allows for earlier return to work and an earlier return to daily activities.
Studies show that immediate care for most injuries can reduce the healing time.
We can refer you to a licensed MD, DPM, or other medical professional for conditions/symptoms outside our scope of practice.
The Law on Direct Access:
As of January 1, 2014, California law under AB1000 allows licensed physical therapists to provide direct physical therapy evaluation and treatment services for a period of up to 45 calendar days or 12 visits, whichever occurs first, after which time a PT may continue providing you with PT treatment services only after receiving, from a person holding a physician and surgeon’s certificate issued by the Medical Board of California or by the Osteopathic Medical Board of California, or from a person holding a certificate to practice podiatric medicine from the California Board of Podiatric Medicine and acting within his or her scope of practice, a dated signature on the physical therapist’s plan of care indicating approval of the physical therapist’s plan of care and that an in-person patient examination and evaluation was conducted by the physician and surgeon or podiatrist.
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