Physical therapy care reimbursed from supplementary insurance is not subject to mandatory deductible.
Reimbursement of physiotherapy from the basic insurance is limited.
Insured persons with a condition on the chronic list are reimbursed from the 21st treatment. They must pay for the first 20 treatments from the Supplementary Insurance or bear these costs themselves. The obligation to pay for the first 20 treatments themselves is a one-off and therefore does not recur every year. Exceptions are conditions whose treatment is time-limited.
For insured persons younger than 18, the chronic list also applies, but they do not have to pay the first 20 sessions themselves. In addition, young people are entitled to reimbursement of 9 treatments (and possibly 9 more if treatment does not help sufficiently) from the basic insurance. This applies per indication.
In addition, for adults reimbursement is possible for the first 9 treatments of physiotherapy in connection with urinary incontinence. This concerns pelvic floor training by a trained physiotherapist. Check with the physiotherapist and/or health insurance company whether the treatment by the physiotherapist in question is reimbursed under the basic insurance.
In 2023, we do not have a contract with the following insurers:
Are you insured with one of the mentioned insurers then you have to submit the invoice to them yourself.
Contracted insurers are: DSW, ONVZ, ASR, Achmea, VGZ, CZ
The rates below apply when you receive physiotherapeutic care which:
All our fees are subject to our terms and conditions.
These are available for inspection in the practice.
You remain responsible at all times for payment of the treatment.
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