It is not necessary to bring anything specific for your appointment as we have extra gowns and shorts here for our patients to use. However it is very convenient if you bring a pair of shorts to use if we are treating your ankles, knees, hips and back, or a tank top if we are looking at your neck and shoulders.
Yes. We can direct bill following Companies:
Green Shield Canada
Chamber of Commerce Group Insurance
Johnston Group Inc.
Sun Life Financial
Medavie Blue Cross
We accept Cash, Cheque, Visa, Mastercard, Visa Debit or Mastercard Debit
No. We do not need a Doctor’s referral to treat your injury although some insurance companies require one to pay for the cost of your treatment. You can check with your insurance provider directly to see if they require a referral.
No. You are welcome to go to any physiotherapy clinic you like. Fabienne Moser and Rebecca Mottram are both registered with the Physiotherapy Alberta College and Association and are highly skilled and qualified to treat your injury.
Yes, we are very experienced in treating patients with whiplash associated disorders or any injuries following a car accident. If you decide to be treated under the Motor Vehicle Accident protocols we can direct bill your insurance company. Please call for further details.
Unfortunately Altitude Physiotherapy does not have a contract with Alberta Health Care. Alberta Health Care will only pay for those who have a fracture, are post-surgery, or are low-income. For more information please contact the Calgary Health Region http://www.calgaryhealthregion.ca/
Your first physiotherapy appointment at Altitude will be approximately an hour, your follow up treatments will be approximately 45 minutes.
Yes as we book on the 30 minute increments, we strive to be on time all the time.
You can conveniently cancel an appointment online at www.altitudephysio.ca or text/call 403 760 2914. We require 12 hours notice of cancelled appointments.
Yes, all of your treatment records and medical information is kept confidential until you have given us permission to communicate with other health care professionals.