We accept Medicare insurance for a wide variety of treatment plans to overcome pain and discomfort.
At a time when practitioners are not always willing to accept Medicare insurance coverage, you should know that you can get the help you need here at Mooresville Sports & Physical Therapy. We are proud to assist those in our Mooresville, North Carolina community who have Medicare insurance, as well as other major insurance company coverage and even Veterans Administration and Tricare coverage patients. We don’t believe anyone should let pain keep them from living life at its fullest, and by doing our part by accepting Medicare insurance, the rest is up to you – simply pick up the phone and schedule an appointment.
During your initial appointment, we will thoroughly assess any areas of pain or discomfort that you are experiencing. Our goal is to find the cause so that we can develop a treatment plan that restores your health rather than just treats symptoms. With a complete rehab therapy, you can be on the way to better overall health. A few of the treatments that we accept Medicare insurance for include physical therapy, orthotics, dry needling, vestibular rehabilitation, arthritis treatments, pre-surgical and post-surgical rehab, and more.
If you are experiencing pain, such as headaches, shoulder pain, neck pain, hip pain, knee pain, back pain or any chronic pain, utilize your Medicare insurance and come see us for effective therapy to resolve the problem for reduced or eliminated pain and discomfort. Our therapists address each patient individually, working one-on-one to identify the source of pain, physical limitations, and structural issues. We see each challenge as an opportunity to provide patients with answers they can’t find elsewhere, giving them specific skills to address injuries and limitations, and returning them to a highly functional state, often better than before their issues began. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
At Mooresville Sports & Physical Therapy, we accept Medicare insurance for patients from Mooresville, Davidson, and Cornelius, North Carolina.