Payments and Fees FAQ

Have a question about payments? About how we work with your insurance company? Or about CNESST, SAAQ, Veteran’s Affairs, or the RCMP coverage? See below for information about these and other questions.

What Payment Methods Do You Accept?

We accept cash, debit cards, and MasterCard, Visa, and American Express.

In some cases we can also arrange payment directly from your insurance provider (please inquire in advance).

Are You Registered With CNESST, SAAQ, Interim Federal Health Program , Veteran’s Affairs, And The RCMP Coverage?

Yes, we are registered with all of these and can bill them directly with approval. If you were injured in a car accident we will bill the SAAQ and this covers your visits completely, you will have nothing extra to pay. If you were injured at work we will bill the CNESST directly.

I Have Insurance Coverage. How Does That Work?

Most insurance plans will cover a large portion, or sometimes all of your treatments. You should call your insurance company to verify what percentage your plan covers. Also, depending on the situation and insurer, there is sometimes a dollar limit to how much per year insurance will cover for a certain treatment.

Will My Insurance Pay For My Treatment?

Most insurance companies cover physiotherapy, occupational therapy, acupuncture, massage therapy and psychology services, and possibly some other services. Depending on your specific insurance plan, and on the circumstances, all or most of these services may or may not be covered. It is important to verify the situation with your insurance company and find out which services they cover, for what amount, and under what circumstances. In some cases a medical referral may be required by your insurance company.

Do I Need To Get Reimbursed By My Insurance Company?

Often that is how it works. You pay for the treatment, we supply a receipt, and you send this in for reimbursement from your private insurance company. (Usually you would also need to fill out a form that the insurance company provides.) You should contact your insurance company to verify that you are eligible and inquire about the details (what percentage do they pay, is there a limit).

What If I Am Unsure If I Am Covered, Or How To Pay?

Whatever your situation, we want you to get the care you need to lead a normal, pain free life. If you are concerned about being able to afford the services offered at AMS Medical & Rehabilitation Centre, please call us and ask to book a free consultation with Richard Bouzaglou and he can help you make it work.