Frequently Asked Questions 2017-12-04T17:06:34+00:00
Does Bright Bay Physical Therapy take insurance? 2015-12-21T21:12:56+00:00

Bright Bay Physical Therapy works with many different insurance plans, including Medicare. Please let our front office staff know when you call what kind of insurance you have.  Since each insurance provider has its own requirements, we are happy to assist you in figuring out exactly what type of coverage you have and if your sessions qualify under your current plan.

How do I make an appointment? 2017-12-04T17:06:35+00:00

Feel free to call us and speak to one of our front office staff.  They will be happy to guide you through the process of becoming a new patient. We welcome all inquiries and are pleased that you are considering receiving treatment at BBPT. Billing personnel will discuss your insurance coverage, and your personal financial responsibility, so there are no surprises.

What should I bring to my first visit? 2017-12-04T17:06:35+00:00
  • Your health insurance card and personal identification.
  • A physical therapy prescription from your health care provider.
  • A current list of your medications and supplements
  • Payment if you have a deductible or co-pay.
  • A list of your questions regarding your condition or physical therapy care.
  • You can download and complete the necessary paperwork prior to you first visit.
  • Please either wear or bring clothing that allows access to the area we will be treating (i.e. shorts or loose fitting pants and a comfortable T-shirt or tank top).  We do have gowns available if needed.
What happens during my first visit? 2015-12-21T21:13:59+00:00

Your first visit will be about an hour long.  Please arrive early to your appointment to complete paperwork, so your appointment is not cut short when the next patient arrives.  You can download the forms beforehand and bring them already completed to save time.

Your initial visit at Bright Bay Physical Therapy consists of an extensive, in-depth, hour long evaluation.  During this diagnostic session, the therapist will review your history and your symptoms, as well as, listen to your concerns and expectations for therapy before conducting a thorough examination. Based on this initial evaluation, you and your physical therapist will outline the course of your therapy and options for treatment. Goals will be set, with expected time frames given to the patient. We will do our best to educate and give you the potential for successful rehabilitation.

What happens when my insurance runs out? 2015-12-21T21:14:29+00:00

Still feel like you could benefit from extended therapy? Even if you have exceeded the number of visits allowed by your insurance plan, you will never be turned away from our facility. Bright Bay Physical Therapy is proud to offer a sliding fee scale for anyone who would like to continue their care.


Thank you for considering Bright Bay Physical Therapy as a partner in your health. Let us show you how our caring and attentive staff is different.

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