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INSURANCES

Rehab Directives is contracted with Medicare, Nevada Medicaid including Health Plan of Nevada Medicaid and Anthem BCBS plus various commercial and workers' compensation insurance carriers.

As each insurance provider is different, so are co-payments, deductibles and certain physical therapy benefits. In order to provide a smooth experience for our patients, insurance benefits and eligibility are verified prior to service, and insurance is billed as a courtesy. Please contact our office for your specific benefit information. We are committed to serving the needs of our patients as a "whole" and are willing to assist you with any questions or concerns regarding your healthcare needs.

A medical prescription from a doctor is required for patients with Medicare coverage.

For those who are not covered by a medical insurance carrier, cash pay fee schedules are available. The cost of a physical therapy initial evaluation, consultation and treatment provided by a licensed physical therapist as well as further treatment fees are determined based on type of patient services rendered.

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New Patients

Making the commitment to improving your physical well-being can be difficult, but trusting your physical care to the right person can be even more challenging. At your first visit to Rehab Directives, our team of healthcare professional will give you a full evaluation to develop a treatment plan to achieve your goals and “get back your healthy life!” When you arrive at the clinic, our receptionist will request that you complete the patient forms and make copies of your insurance and ID cards. This paperwork provides us with your health history and information on your condition.
Consultation & Examination
After your consultation, a complete examination testing your reflexes, flexibility, postural, and physical mobility will be performed. However, nothing will be done in our office without your consent.
Report of Findings
Once the information is collected and examinations are performed, a licensed therapist will give you a detailed report of all findings and answer any questions including: 
1. How can we help?
2. Treatment goals and possible outcome.
3. How often do I need treatment?
4. What will my treatment cost?
The therapist will also discuss if treatment by other providers is required.
Treatment
Following your initial appointment, we will request authorization from your insurance carrier based on the therapist’s plan of care. This can take from 3-14 days depending on the insurer. We will contact you to schedule follow-up treatment when authorization is received.

Occupational Therapy

Therapy Services
Description

The word, "Occupation," means, "that which occupies most of one's time," or, "the activities done for the majority of one's day that give one's life meaning. "The occupation of a child is his or her play and activities of daily living; the acquisition of both being necessary to help a child to develop the skills necessary to live an independent and fulfilling life as an adult.

Our Pediatric Occupational Therapists facilitate the acquisition of self-help, play, and learning skills for infants and children by improving their motor, sensory, behavioral and cognitive skills. Pediatric Occupational Therapy helps children who:

  • Have trouble with the performance of self-care activities including: brushing teeth, combing hair, buttoning a shirt, tying shoes, using utensils such as a spoon or fork, etc.
  • Have difficulty with fine motor activities such as handwriting or using scissors.
  • Have difficulty with oral motor skills such as sucking from a bottle, chewing food, or using the tongue to move food to the back of the mouth to swallow it.
  • Have trouble initiating or completing tasks such as doing a puzzle or finishing home work.
  • Experience problems in school with visual motor or visual perceptual activities such as copying from the board or completing assignments accurately.
  • Exhibit an aversion to sensory input demonstrated by not wanting to participate in messy activities, not wanting to be hugged or touched, becoming very upset by loud noises, etc.
  • Have difficulty with cognitive tasks such as following instructions, problem solving and organization.
  • Have difficulty in social situations including interacting and playing appropriately with other children.