The Pressures of Excessive Co-Pays

Physical therapists are specialists – according to many Georgia insurance policies, that is. While physical therapists undergo extensive education, training and may be considered specialists in their profession, the “specialist” title – generally reserved for physicians such as neurologists and cardiologists – comes with the burden of high co-pays for consumers actively seeking treatment. 

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One thought on “The Pressures of Excessive Co-Pays

  1. Angelo Rizzo says:

    It is tragic that so many people opt out of receiving critical therapy services that will impact them for the rest of their lives because co-pays are outrageously unaffordable.

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