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Patient Information

Getting started is easy!

We understand that you might be apprehensive about your first physical therapy appointment but as soon as you set foot in one of our clinics, you'll feel like you belong to APT. Our welcoming front office staff is happy to help you begin your path to recover and answer any insurance, scheduling, or billing questions along the way.

When should I arrive?

Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time in order to complete all necessary paperwork. We advise that you also download and complete the forms ahead of time to save time and get started quicker. The necessary new patient forms are listed below. 

Initial Evaluation

 

The initial evaluation is a comprehensive examination of your particular ailment by a licensed therapist and is the first step in the rehabilitation process. This plan typically consists of attending 2-3 therapy sessions per week for direct supervision and progression of exercise and may also include therapeutic modalities, massage, and manual therapy. 

Insurances Accepted

Action Physical Therapy accepts most insurance plans including Medicare. However, please call our billing office at (405) 214-0300 in advance of your first visit so that may verify our participation with your particular health plan and insurance benefits.

New Patient Information Forms

In order to speed up the new patient process, we ask that you download, print, and fill out the following forms and have them ready for your first visit. 

New Patient Welcome Letter
This letter will go over our practice, insurance information, and what you should expect for your first visit with us.
Intake Paperwork Packet
This is a bundle includes the Medical History Form, Patient Information Form, Acknowledgements & Authorizations, Notices of Privacy Practices, and Claim Filing Form
Cancellation & No-Show Policy
This notice of policy covers what happens in case of appointment cancellations and no-shows. 
Still have questions?