Have you been in an Auto-Accident, Or hit on your bike?
If you’ve been in an auto accident, or hit on your bike, you may be feeling a little (or a lot) stiff and sore. You may be thinking that you just need to tough it out and the pain will eventually go away on its own. But, trust us, that is not always the case. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may benefit from physical therapy. Physical therapy can help to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and promote healing. So, if you’ve been in an accident, don’t delay in seeking professional help. Your body will thank you for it!
Motor Vehicle accidents can seemingly be minor but can create immediate symptoms, or pain can slowly come on over several days.
Physical therapy can be an important part of the healing process, helping you to regain range of motion and reduce pain. PT can also help to improve your balance and coordination, which can be especially important after a head injury.
If you’re struggling to recover from an accident, consider seeking out the help of a physical therapist. With their expertise, they can create a personalized plan to help you get back on your feet.
Eligible Med-pay services can include
As a Physical Therapist located in Boulder and Denver, I have been treating clients who have been injured in car and bike-related accidents for 25+ years. Our clinic can be a resource for you, in order to help direct the necessary care and resources you may require. Neuromuscular Strategies is well versed in helping you find the best resources for non-operative solutions for your issues.
Call 720-352-0678 for a FREE 15-20 minute discovery visit regarding your injury and goals.
Schedule Boulder On-Line: https://mikekohmpt-boulder.youcanbook.me
Schedule Denver On-Line: https://mikekohmpt-denver.youcanbook.me
How does Med-Pay Work?
In Colorado, the minimum amount of coverage is $5,000.00. There is a 30 day rider on payments to medical practitioners. In order to begin treatment, our billing company requires date of loss, adjustor’s and insurance contact information, claim number, and any relevant medical tests, reports, etc.
Please note that we do not accept medical liens at this time.