Patient Information

Patient Forms

For your convenience, the following forms are available to fill out prior to your first appointment. Please bring the filled out forms to your first appointment to save on paperwork time.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started?

In order to get started, you need to set up an initial evaluation time with one of our therapists. Either stop by or call or office at 641-236-4506 to set up an appointment.

Is a physician referral necessary for treatment?

Iowa recognizes direct access for therapy treatments. Most patients with Blue Cross Blue Shield and certain other insurance do not require a physician referral prior to being seen for therapy. If you are unsure whether this applies to you, please contact our office at 641-236-4506.

Will my insurance cover the cost of treatments?

Total Rehab contracts with a variety of insurances. The cost for treatment will depend on your specific plan, but as an out-patient based facility; most insurance companies DO NOT require deductibles to be met before insurance benefits will apply. If you have questions about your specific plan, please call our office at 641-236-4506.

Do I need insurance to receive treatments?

Total Rehab is committed to providing the highest of quality services at a reasonable price. If you do not have health insurance we have a cash pay option available.

What should I wear to treatments?

No special clothing is required to receive treatment; however wearing clothes that allow you to expose the area we will be treating is helpful. For example, wearing shorts or sweats if we are treating a knee injury or a loose fitting shirt and pants if we are treating a back injury.

What should I expect from my first appointment?

Your first appointment generally takes 45 minutes-1 hour. A thorough evaluation will be performed to accurately identify your diagnosis and specific problems. You will be educated on the diagnosis and the planned treatment including expecting healing time and recommended frequency of therapy appointments . You will also receive your first treatment and will likely be given a home exercise program.

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