Therapy and bandages

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Therapy and bandages

Postby JacquieC » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:20 pm

When you go for treatment and to be wrapped when you first start out does the therapist supply the bandages and you pay her/him or are you given order forms and asked to order them and bring them in with you?

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Postby patoco » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:06 pm

Hey Jacquie :)

That pretty much depends on the therapist, and/or clinic.

When I went to the one in Alabama, I had already purchased a bunch of new wraps, but it wasn't enough so we had to order extras.

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Postby joanne johnson » Fri Jun 22, 2007 1:25 am

The first time I went to the therapist she told me what I needed. I ordered them and paid for them. My Ins. would pay for a limited number of sessions but not a penny for the supplies. This doesn't make sense as you need the bandages and the therapist. :roll:
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