Frequently Asked Questions

Young Body Rehabilitation

4362 Northlake Blvd. Suite 105/107

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

(561) 625-6860 

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Does Young Body Rehabilitation accept insurance?

Yes, we accept private insurance plans as an out of network provider and we are in-network with the following plans:  Aetna, MEDICAID, CMS-MEDCAID, MEDIPASS, Molina, Prestige.  Because of the nature of our specialty programs, it may be possible to attain coverage for therapy through your insurance plan even as an out of network provider.  Please contact us to discuss any specific questions, complete a review of your insurance benefits for therapy, and receive phone counseling on charges, deductibles and covered visits. This is valuable information that may prove our services to be comparable to other in-network organizations. 

Does Young Body Rehabilitation accept Medicaid?

Yes, we accept Medicaid via CMS, Molina, Prestige, and Medicaid as third party payer to insurances.  

Do you offer financial assistance or a sliding fee scale?

No, however, there are 2 choices to reduce the rate for services:

Reduce the frequency of the appointment sessions or
Pay at the time of service for immediate discount.

Do I need a referral to receive Physical Therapy?

In order to process your claims with insurance, you will need a physician’s referral or prescription to receive an evaluation and therapy intervention. Private-pay clients do not require a physician’s referral or prescription, however, our therapists may ask for one to keep on file and in addition, paperwork will be given to your physician to review and sign, should therapy services be required after the initial consultation.

Does Young Body Rehabilitation provide these services for all areas?

We work with children of all ages from infancy through young adulthood (21 years).  We also accept adult clients (over the age of 21 years) with diagnoses of childhood that are of neuromuscular origin in our intensive program model.  These diagnoses may include cerebral palsy, stroke, muscle dystrophies, and traumatic brain injury.

What days and/or hours do you work?

Our therapists typically work Monday-Thursday, from 7:30am – 5:30pm, in the clinic and on Friday for on-site or home visits. Please contact us to discuss a therapy schedule.

When do you require payment for therapy services?

Payment is required at the time that service is provided. Clients whose children receive PT service several days weekly can pay once during the week for all visits within that week.  However, please contact us if you require a different payment schedule. We will do our best to accommodate your request. If you would like to be billed monthly, the discounted fee for paying at the time of service does not apply.  It is the discretion of YBR to determine the payment schedule for electronic/paper billing. 

Can your therapists co-treat with therapists of other disciplines, like Speech and Language Therapists? 

Yes, we are able to co-treat with therapists of any other discipline, including:  Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational therapists, Behavior Analysts/Therapists, Audiologists, Psychologists, Neuropsychologists, or Vision Specialists.   Also, if you feel that your child requires additional therapy services, such as speech and language therapy, we would be happy to refer you to several excellent professionals of the above mentioned disciplines.

Do you accept credit cards?

Yes, we accept both MasterCard and Visa credit cards for private payment of services. 

Will my insurance cover my child’s Physical Therapy?

Most insurance companies do cover or reimburse payment for limited Physical Therapy services.  Each policy is different and we are happy to help you determine the best options for attaining services.  We will review your policy coverage with you prior to your visit; however, it is the client’s ultimate responsibility to know and understand their specific policy’s coverage.

How often will my child have to be seen for Physical Therapy?

Each case is different, but for the most part, clients are seen one or two visits per week for 60 minute sessions. The frequency and duration of therapy services is determined with physician referral/request, parent input, and based upon the results of the PT evaluation.

How do I know if my child needs to have a Physical Therapy Evaluation?

Typically physicians will refer your child for physical therapy based upon a condition that requires rehabilitation.  Parents may also notice a delay in developmental skills, and should discuss their concerns with their child’s doctor or contact a physical therapist for a screening or evaluation.

My child was dismissed form Physical Therapy at his school. I feel that he still needs treatment, what can I do and why was he dismissed at school?

Remember that school district physical therapists operate under separate guidelines than private practitioners. For a child to receive physical therapy in the schools it must prove to be “educationally relevant” and must focus on educational goals and objectives. Your child may have been dismissed because they had reached a higher level that is not seen as “educationally relevant” or easily addressed in the school setting. If you feel that your child still needs physical therapy services, you have the right to pursue private treatment from a pediatric physical therapist in a private practice setting. 

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