- Can NY Rehab help me?
- Will my insurance cover treatment?
- What if I don't have insurance?
- Do you accept credit cards?
- How do I schedule an appointment?
- What should I bring with me?
- What should I wear to my appointments?
- What languages does your staff speak?
- How long until I feel better?
- Can I continue to work while receiving care?
- What if I miss an appointment?
- Do you treat work and auto accident victims?
Can NY Rehab help me?
Every day hundreds of patients walk through our front doors, and then walk out a few minutes later with a wide smile stretching from ear to ear. That's for one simple reason- we treat our patients right. Whatever the ailment might be, NY Rehab's doctors and technicians have probably seen it before, and know how to provide the kind of treatment that's going to get you moving along the road to recovery, fast. So can we help you? We'd like to think so, but give us a call and let's find out. Our internists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, chiropractors, massage therapists, and physical therapists, will put their heads together and leave no stone unturned in finding and executing a solution to your problem.
Will my insurance cover treatment?
We accept most health insurance plans, Medicare, Workers' Compensation Insurance, and No Fault Insurance. After your first visit, we will call your insurance and find out your benefits. We will give you a written summary of your benefits with an estimated co-payment amount, if you have one. Accepted insurances include:
- Automobile P.I.P.
- Blue Cross - Blue Shield
- Union Plans
- Workers Compensation
- No Fault
- Blue Cross
- Magna Care
- 32 BJ
- United Health Care
- Workers' Compensation
Don't see your insurance above? Don't panic, please give us a call at 718-530-0368 with questions regarding your specific insurance. Medicare patients are also accepted.
What if I don't have insurance?
Uninsured patients have the option of our very affordable payment plans. We also accept Workers' Comp and No Fault patients.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes, we accept VISA, MasterCard and Discover.
How do I schedule an appointment?
You have two options. First, you can call one of our offices for an appointment. You can call us directly at 718-530-0368 in Astoria, Queens or 516-307-4698 in Valley Stream, Nassau County. The second option is to request an appointment online by clicking here or by clicking on Appointments on our home page. Contact information, hours, and directions for each of our offices can be found by clicking here.
What should I bring with me?
- Insurance card and copayment (if required)
- Any paperwork that was sent to you and must be completed
- Any operative reports, MRI or X-ray results (not necessary for appt.)
- Any type of brace, splint, or crutches, currently being used
What should I wear to my appointments?
Wear comfortable clothing. If you have a problem of your cervical spine, upper back or shoulders, our office will provide you with a gown as needed to expose the area. If you have a lower extremity problem, we provide shorts.
What languages does your staff speak?
Our staff speaks a variety of languages including Spanish, Greek, Hindi, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Romanian, Hebrew, Tagalog, Italian, and Polish.
How long until I feel better?
This varies for everyone who receives treatment. Many factors are involved including proper rest and nutrition, positive attitude, and severity of the problem. Many patients will feel an improvement immediately, but others may take some time. We do our best to get our patients feeling better as soon as possible.
Can I continue to work while receiving care?
Sure, but it depends on the type of work you do (referring to how physically stressful it is) and your symptoms. If you are totally or partially disabled the doctors will inform you of your status and ability to work.
What if I miss an appointment?
Call us as soon as possible to reschedule. We can be reached at 718-530-0368 in Astoria, Queens or 516-307-4698 in Valley Stream, Nassau County.
Do you treat work and auto accident victims?
Yes we do! Our patients often have injuries as a result of a work or auto accident. These are covered by Workers' Compensation or No Fault. We also work closely with your insurance company and case managers to ensure you receive the best care.