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 Options Are There?
Although all our patients are ultimately responsible for their bill, most use one or more of the options listed here, to make sure you get access to the treatment you need.
What Payment Methods Do You Accept?
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?
Will My Insurance Pay For My Treatment?
Do You Work Directly With Insurance Companies?
Do I Need To Get Reimbursed By My Insurance Company?
What Government Injury Recovery Networks Are You Part Of?
We are a participating (in network) provider for the following:
- Workers Compensation, CNESST
- Car Accidents, SAAQ
- Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada – Blue Cross Medavie
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield for Veteran’s Affair Canada & RCMP
- Telus Health
- many governmental and insurance companies across Canada such as WSIB, WCB, Allianz Global and many others
We offer direct billing to the top insurers, covering 85% of Canadians who have private insurance.
- Reduce your expenses
- Eliminate paperwork
Ask us to send your claim for you during your next visit.