Charlotte Clinic Offers Affordable Payment Options for Treatment as Deductibles Reset in New Year

With the new year, comes a reset in insurance deductibles, with high cost deductibles, many avoid treatment, which makes situations worse. This Charlotte clinic offers options to patients for manage the costs of their health care needs.

 PRLog (Press Release) – Jan. 27, 2010 – As the calendar has flipped to 2010, individuals who have medical insurance once again encounter and, are understandably concerned about their high medical insurance deductibles.  Insurance deductibles vary from insurance plan to insurance plan and in most cases they are a number negotiated between insurance company and their employer. The deductible is the amount that the employee is responsible for before the insurance coverage begins.

With some plans the deductable is a total medical deductable, with some there is a total family deductable, and with other plans there is a separate deductable for different medical services.  It is understandable that after a busy and usually expensive holiday season, individuals put off medical treatment because of the deductable of their plan.

Ayrsley Town Rehabilitation feels that high cost deductibles should not interfere with those who want and need pain relief.  “There is no reason that just because the calendar has changed that treatment should stop or be avoided. Pain does not stop after the new year, why should treatment?” says Chris Stulginsky, PT who is the managing partner of Ayrsley Town Rehabilitation in the Steele Creek area of Charlotte, NC.

In order to help patients navigate a climate with high insurance deductibles or a situation where there is no insurance at all , Ayrsley Town Rehabilitation offers discounted private pay rates as well as discounted multiple treatment rates all of which can be applied to the patient’s deductable. “We have plans in place to make things affordable for patients, most people are hesitant to even contact a medical facility to ask about payment possibilities, we encourage everyone to call and ask, we can help find what  option is best for each individual,” said Stulginsky.

“It is something for both patients and providers to consider as we continue to give our patients the best total care that we can.”

For further details on this or many other affordable pain relief programs at Ayrsley Town Rehabilitation please contact Chris Stulginsky, PT at 980.939.1580.
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Christopher Stulginsky, PT is a 2003 graduate of the physical therapy program at the Rangos School of health Sciences at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a certified member of the Prehab Network and a Certified Provider in use of the ML 830 Laser, the first cold laser approved by the FDA for pain. He has worked at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD and in various Sports Medicine clinics around the country. Currently, he is the managing partner or Ayrsley Town Rehabilitation, a physical therapy clinic in Charlotte, NC.

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