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Most insurance policies cover physical therapy services when provided by a licensed physical therapist or a licensed physical therapist assistant being supervised by a physical therapist.
Physical therapists who are members of the American Physical Therapy Association pledge to comply with the Association's Code of Ethics and Guide for Professional Conduct. APTA members maintain and promote high standards of care.
Information to help you understand the costs and insurance coverage for physical therapy is provided below.
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