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SPEAR Tribeca - Park Place

16 Park Place

New York, NY 10007

0.12 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy - City Hall

225 Broadway

New York, NY 10007

0.16 mi. away

SPEAR 95 Chambers

95 C Chambers Street

New York, NY 10007

0.16 mi. away

Beyond Basics Physical Therapy - Downtown

156 William Street , Suite 800

New York, NY 10038

0.21 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy - TriBeCa

54 Murray Street

New York, NY 10007

0.21 mi. away

Duffy & Bracken Physical Therapy at Maiden Lane Medical

75 Maiden Lane , Suite 404

New York, NY 10038

0.35 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy - Wall Street

14 Wall Street

New York, NY 10005

0.43 mi. away

SPEAR Financial District - 70 Pine

70 Pine St, La Palestra

New York, NY 10005

0.44 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy - Brookfield Place

225 Liberty Street

New York, NY 10281

0.48 mi. away

NYPT - Tribeca

8 Beach Street, 3rd Floor

New York, NY 10013

0.51 mi. away

Direct Access makes self-referral for physical therapy easy in New York.

Here are the Direct Access laws in New York, as described by the American Physical Therapy Association:

New York is one of 26 states that allow patients to enjoy the benefits of direct access for physical therapy with some provisions.

Direct access physical therapy in New York may be administered with the following provisions:

A licensed physical therapist in New York may treat a patient without a referral for 10 visits or 30 days, whichever comes first.

The PT must have at least three years of full-time practicing experience.

A PT must be at least 21 years old.

The PT must notify the patient that direct access for physical therapy in New York might not be covered by the patient’s health insurer when he or she does not receive a referral for PT.

Notification must be in written form.

The notification regarding direct access to physical therapy in New York must also state that said services could potentially be covered by the health insurer with a referral.

The PT must keep a copy of the written notification in the patient’s file.

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Direct Access lets you self-refer for physical therapy. No prescription required.