We are an In-Network Insurance Provider with the following insurers for each service

Speech Language Pathology

  • Anthem BCBS
  • Tricare
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • United Healthcare
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In-Network Insurance Provider

Advanced Therapy Solutions participates in a wide range of health plans and accepts most major insurance providers. We accept all private pay patients as well as the insurance plans listed above. Before scheduling an appointment or seeking treatment, please contact your insurance provider to verify full coverage.

When necessary, we will verify your insurance coverage and obtain authorization from your insurance carrier. Please note that at times your insurance provider may not pay for all services if your benefit plan requires out-of-pocket expenses to be paid (out-of-pocket expenses for which you are responsible would include deductibles, co-payments and co-insurance).

Please note that if you are required by your insurance plan to seek services such as lab work, radiology, physical therapy and/or preoperative exams at specific locations other than Advanced Therapy Solutions, you may be responsible for charges for services provided outside of that network.

The staff of Advanced Therapy Solutions are committed to providing the highest standard of pediatric therapy services to optimize your child’s development. We are dedicated to helping your entire family! Our professional staff consists of licensed Occupational Therapists and Speech & Language Pathologists. Our practice specializes in a variety of therapy techniques.

A brief test using a screening tool does not provide a diagnosis, but it indicates if a child is on the right development track or if a specialist should take a closer look. If the screening tool identifies an area of concern, a formal developmental evaluation may be needed. This formal evaluation is a more in-depth look at a child’s development, usually done by a trained specialist, such as a developmental pediatrician, child psychologist, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, or other specialist.

The specialist may observe the child, give the child a structured test, ask the parents or caregivers questions, or ask them to fill out questionnaires. The results of this formal evaluation determines whether a child needs special treatments or early intervention services or both.