If you’ve been involved in a motor vehicle accident and require physiotherapy services, 25 pre-approved sessions of physiotherapy within the first 3 months (12 weeks) after your accident. We offer direct billing to ICBC which means that you can receive the necessary treatment without worrying about upfront payments or reimbursement processes*. Read on to learn more about how direct billing works and how it can benefit you.
What is Direct Billing?
Direct billing is a hassle-free process that allows ICBC clients to receive physiotherapy services without paying out-of-pocket expenses*. Instead of paying for your sessions upfront and seeking reimbursement later, the cost is billed directly to ICBC, saving you time and financial stress during your recovery journey.
Benefits of Direct Billing to ICBC:
- Convenience: Direct billing eliminates the need for you to pay for services upfront, reducing financial burden and simplifying the payment process.
- Financial Relief: By avoiding upfront costs, you can focus on your recovery without worrying about immediate expenses.
- Streamlined Claims: Direct billing ensures that your treatment costs are handled efficiently, allowing you to concentrate on your rehabilitation.
ICBC Physiotherapy Services
Physiotherapy plays a vital role in recovering from car accident injuries. Whether you’re dealing with whiplash, muscle strains, joint pain, or chronic pain, our qualified physiotherapist can assess your condition and design a personalized treatment plan to aid your recovery. ICBC’s direct billing covers physiotherapy sessions prescribed by your healthcare provider, whether it be in person or virtual.
ICBC’s direct billing for physiotherapy services simplifies the payment process and provides financial relief to clients involved in car accidents. Take advantage of this convenient service to focus on your recovery and receive the necessary care without worrying about upfront payments. Remember to consult with your healthcare provider and find approved providers who offer ICBC direct billing.