New Patient Information
Your First Visit
Your first visit to 3DPT will be a thorough evaluation of your condition/injury and will last approximately 1 hour. It is best to wear comfortable, loose clothing that will allow the therapist access to the area that is being assessed.
The goal of the initial evaluation is to diagnose the cause of the problem and construct a treatment plan that will provide you with an optimal outcome. The therapist will explain his/her findings and will explain in detail the plan that will get you back to 100%. It is important that you communicate your goals for your treatment so the therapist can design a treatment plan that meets your needs.
At 3 Dimensional Physical Therapy we accept most insurance and Medicare plans and are a preferred provider for TriCare and the Veteran’s Affairs Community Care Network. Additionally, the 3DPT Benefits Coordinations team will verify the specific coverage and copay for every patient before coming in for their first visit to ensure 3DPT patients can focus on their physical therapy without having to worry about their insurance coverage!
Insurances We Accept
3DPT will collect your insurance information when you call to schedule your first appointment. We will then call the insurance company to verify your benefits, and determine any out of pocket costs (deductible, copay or coinsurance) that you will be responsible for each visit. 3DPT will then inform you of your benefits on or before your first appointment.
We accept the following insurances:
- Aetna (PPO, EPO, POS, HMO)
- Aetna Medicare
- Amerihealth (PPO, EPO, POS, HMO)
- Amerihealth Administrators
- Auto Insurances
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Plans (BCBS)
- Horizon BCBS of New Jersey
- BCBS Out of State (OOS)
- Empire Health
- Braven Health (Horizon MCR Adv Plan)
- Cigna Medicare
- Clover Health
- Independence Blue Cross Plans (IBC)
- IBC – Personal Choice
- Keystone Health Plan East (KHPE)
- Independence Administrators
- United Healthcare
- United – Oxford
- United AARP
- US Family Health Plan/Orthonet
- VA Community Care Network (VA Referral Required)
If your insurance is not listed, please call our office at 609-714-3378 and we will be happy to verify your benefits.
In the state of New Jersey, physical therapists have what is called “Direct Access.” This means that patients are permitted to be seen by a physical therapist without a prescription from a physician. Physical therapists are experts in musculoskeletal problems, and it is recognized that PT’s are the health care provider of choice in treating these types of conditions/injuries.
This “direct access” to patients allows them to be seen more quickly and results in better outcomes and fewer treatments. If we suspect a problem that needs to be assessed by a physician, we will help you get an appointment with the appropriate specialist in a timely manner.