Pelvical Therapy and insurance
To get reimbursed for the treatment by your health insurance, you must be insured for additional Physical Therapy. Since 2011 the basic Insurance  reimburses 9 Pelvical Physical Therapy treatments for urine incontinence annually (depending on your health insurance). Be aware that these treatments will only be reimbursed after your (obligatory) excess has been used.
The cost for children up to 18 years will be paid by the basic insurance.
The number of treatments and the amount renumerated by the Insurance company is different for each additional insurance. We recommend you to check this prior to your treatment.

There is an agreement with all insurers. The bill will be submitted directly to your Insurance company at the rate agreed in the contract. Patients who have no additional insurance or are not insured for enough treatment, pay the following rates:

Screening                                                                                                 € 15,00
Session general physiotherapy                                                     € 39,50
Session pelvical physical therapy                                                € 54,00
Intake and examination after screening                                  € 54,50
Intake and examination after referral                                       € 58,50
Home visit addition                                                                             € 12,50
In case of no show you pay the normal rate for (pelvical) physical therapy.
If you do not show up for an appointment, or if the appointment is cancelled less than 24 hours in advance, the treatment will be charged. You can cancel your appointment by giving us a call, leaving a message on our voicemail or sending us an e-mail. Your appointment will be  cancelled free of charge or moved to an other time.

How does referral work ?
Patients who qualify for Pelvical Physical therapy can be referred by GPs, medical specialists: urologists, gyneacologists, gastroenterologists, colorectal surgeons, proctologists, sexologists, pediatricians and internists. Or proposal by psychologists, midwives or incontinence nurses.
You may also call on your own intiative or come to our practice without reference (see direct access).