Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do if I get injured on the job?
How do I schedule an appointment for a work related injury?

How do I schedule an appointment?

Am I able to use my insurance for therapy with Advanced PT?

Are there any forms that I need to complete?

What may I expect on my first visit?

What types of injuries do you treat?


What do I do if I get injured on the job?
If you are injured at work, you should first talk with your employer,
who may refer you to a physician for care. If it is determined that
physical therapy or occupational therapy is necessary, you will be
given a prescription for treatment. A physician’s prescription is
necessary prior to scheduling an appointment.
Advanced Physical Therapy’s clinics are conveniently located
throughout the Indianapolis and surrounding areas. To provide
you the best service, Advanced Physical Therapy has a specialized
department to help you with your worker’s compensation needs.
This department will assist you in the scheduling of an appointment,

insurance verification and can also provide updates on the progress
of a particular patient.
Call the Insurance Department today at 317.390.5592 for more

information.   Back to Top How do I schedule an appointment for a work related injury?
Advanced Physical Therapy’s Work Injury Department staff understands
work-related problems and will work to schedule appointments in a timely
manner.
If you are injured at work, you should first talk with your employer,
who may refer you to a physician for care. If it is determined that
physical therapy or occupational therapy is necessary, you will be given a
prescription for treatment. A physician’s prescription is necessary prior to
scheduling an appointment.
You may call the Insurance Department at (317) 390-5592 to schedule
an appointment.
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How do I schedule an appointment?
To receive treatment from a physical or occupational therapist,
you must first talk with your doctor and receive a prescription
for therapy. After a prescription is written by your doctor,
you may select the physical and occupational therapy clinic of
your choice.
To schedule an appointment, you may call our Advanced Physical
Therapy Insurance Department at (317) 390-5592.
Advanced Physical Therapy accepts most insurance plans,
pre-authorizes benefits and files all insurance claims.   Back to Top
Am I able to use my insurance for therapy with Advanced PT?
Advanced Physical Therapy accepts most insurance plans,
pre-authorizes benefits and files all insurance claims. To be sure...
we suggest that you speak with one of our trained specialists in the
Insurance Department. The number is (317) 390-5592.
Back to Top Are there any forms that I need to complete?
As you might imagine, there will be some forms that we will need completed.
Click HERE to see the initial evaluation form and to get a printable one for your
use. HERE for the New Patient Info Form. If for some reason you have any
difficulty in getting these to print feel free to contact one of our trained
specialists in the Insurance Department. The number is (317) 390-5592.
Our staff will be very willing to assist you in this task.
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What may I expect on my first visit?
On your first visit to Advanced Physical Therapy, you will receive a 
thorough evaluation performed by one of our Physical or Occupational
(Hand) Therapists. This evaluation will help the Therapist to develop
an individualized treatment plan, which is discussed with you.
This treatment plan is designed to provide active and educational
programs which will assist you to return to normal daily activities
as soon as possible. Generally, your first visit will last about
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What types of injuries do you treat?
Advanced Physical Therapy  treats common orthopaedic problems to include: 
• Back pain / spine pain 
• Recent or long-standing musculoskeletal pain 
• Weakness after surgery 
• Hand injuries 
• Sprain and strains 
• Back pain associated with pregnancy 
• Neck pain from auto accidents
• Geriatric ailments 
Most diagnosis are successfully treated in about six visits. 

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