At Renewal Rehabilitation our policy is to see all new patients within 24-48 hours. We can often offer you an appointment the same day you call so you can experience relief as quick as possible. We offer flexible hours including early morning and evening appointments. When you contact us you will be greeted by a knowledgeable staff member who will take all your pertinent information and schedule your initial evaluation. This allows us to verify your insurance benefits before you come in.
On your first visit you will need to bring your insurance card, doctors prescription, and patient forms, which can be filled out below. We ask that you wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes that are easy to move in. For your initial visit plan on arriving 15 minutes early in order to fill out appropriate paperwork, if you haven’t already done so. Before starting, our receptionist will verify your information, explain your insurance benefits and collect any co-pay you may have.
During the evaluation, your therapist will review all pertinent medical history and ask you about your symptoms, more importantly, we will listen to you to ascertain what your needs are. The therapist will take a series of tests and measurements to better understand your limitations and then explain in detail your condition and how therapy will help to restore pain free function. The therapist will then formulate a plan which will be explained to you.
We will do our best to verify your benefits but please note that verification of benefits is ultimately the responsibility of each patient.
All workman comps (including out of state)
Auto (all plans)
Bcbs (all plans including blue select & bcbs medicare)
Humana (including humana gold plus)
Medicaid (as secondary to medicare only)
Tricare for life
United medicare complete (medicare replacement)
Universal health care group
"I can't say enough about the great staff at Renewal. Their professional, courteous, and fun attitudes help to make my visits productive and effective. I've made great progress after ankle replacement surgery and would not have been able to walk and enjoy activities again without their help and encouragement."