Q: Do I have to be homebound or bedbound to receive home care physical therapy?
A: No. If you are unable to leave home without help or leaving home takes considerable amounts of effort and time. According to Medicare you can be homebound and still leave home for medical treatment or short, infrequent absences for non-medical reasons, such as trips to a barber or church. A need for adult day care doesn't keep you from getting home health care.
Q: What areas does the company cover?
A: At Home Active Motion Physical Therapy serves patients living an in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk County Long Island.
Q: What does a physical therapist do?
A: Physical Therapists are specialized health care professional which works with patients to restore their physical mobility after a debilitating injury or illness. They also implement an exercise program which can further assist in your road to recovery.
Q: What types of equipment do you bring with you?
A: At Home Active Motion Physical therapy will bring, cuff weights, resistive bands, massage cream, TEN’s Unit (if needed), blood pressure cuff, home exercise sheets, goniometer, tape measure and the knowledge needed for a fun filled therapy session. In addition, we also order assistive devices as needed from local medical supply vendors.
Q: How long will treatments last and how often should I have them?
A: This treatment depends on the referring doctor’s prescription regarding duration and frequency of treatment.
Q: What insurance companies are you providers for?
A: We accept Medicare part B and also involved with a few other insurance companies as well.
Q: I’m concerned about my privacy. What is the policy regarding private information?
A: At Home Active Motion Physical Therapy services limits the disclosure of your protected health information (PHI) and follows all HIPPA guidelines and regulations to that necessary for treatment, payment and operations.
Q: What are the benefits of receiving Home Care Therapy?
A: There is no better place to receive therapy but then the comfort of your own home.
• Better outcomes and responses
• Undivided one on one attention
• Less distractions such as phone calls
• Convenient set up appointments and less travel time which leads to less cancellations and a steady program.
• Research supports that individuals who received home care physical therapy have had better outcomes.