WHAT TO EXPECT

The process for our services is explained below!

01

Make An Appointment

Call us at (859) 359-6808, email us at info@bemobilept.com, or schedule an appointment online. We will contact you to obtain more information about why you need physical therapy to ensure you qualify. It is advised to contact your insurance to learn about our outpatient therapy benefits and to request an outpatient PT referral from your physician.

02

Setup Your Patient Portal

Once your appointment is confirmed, you will be sent an email with instructions on how to setup your personal patient portal through our secure and HIPAA compliant medical records platform powered by Kareo. If you do not have the electronic capabilities to fill out the online forms, your physical therapist can assist with this. 

03

Initial Examination and Evaluation

Your physical therapist will come to your home and perform a thorough history and examination to determine if you qualify for medically necessary skilled physical therapy. A plan of care will be created based on your goals if you qualify for services. Your physical therapist will send your plan of care to your primary care physician to be signed off on. 

04

Treatment Sessions

You will likely work with your physical therapist in your home, 2-3 times a week for 45-60 mins each session. Most patients will require 4-8 weeks of therapy services, but this will depend on your individual situation. All copays will be due at the start of each session. You will be provided a home exercise program and education so you will eventually be able to manage your condition with less supervision. Once your goals have been met you will be discharged from physical therapy services. 

Mailing Address

Be Mobile Physical Therapy & Wellness

PO Box 18367

Erlanger, KY

 

Contact

Need additional assistance? Please contact us:

info@bemobilept.com 

(859)  359 – 6808

Hours

Monday – Friday

8:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Saturday

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Closed Sunday

Servicing northern Kentucky including:

Boone, Kenton, and Campbell Counties

Grant, Owen, and Gallatin Counties on case-by-case basis