Crowfoot Physio has a contract with Alberta Health Services (AHS) that provides funding for patients through the Ambulatory Community Physiotherapy Program. This funding is available for clients who meet the following criteria:
People involved in motor vehicle accidents may suffer numerous injuries including whiplash, back injuries, shoulder, wrist, elbow, knee, TMJ injuries and more. Symptoms of dizziness, headaches, nausea and facial pain may be related to neck and jaw injuries.
All of these injuries should be assessed and reported within ten days of the accident to your insurance company, to ensure coverage of treatment costs by your insurer.
Prompt attention to these injuries will speed the recovery and healing process and get your back to normal activities. Treatment may include use of physiotherapy modalities, manual therapy, exercise prescription, as well as education of what to expect and how to modify aggravating activities while you are healing.
After you have been in a motor vehicle accident, one of our experienced physiotherapists will spend dedicated one-one-one time with you to assess the injuries from the crash and determine a pain resolution plan. All of the reports required will be done in a quick and clear manner.
Crowfoot Physiotherapy is able to direct bill to the following extended health companies:
Patients need to bring their extended health coverage card in to their appointment in order for the front desk staff to direct bill.
Crowfoot Physio is a contracted clinic with the Workers' Compensation Board (WCB). For individuals who were injured at work, WCB approves the initial assessment and treatment at Crowfoot Physio with further approval following this visit. Simply let the clinic know that the injury happened at work when you book your appointment.