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If you are unable to attend your scheduled appointment, we require 24 hours notice, for cancellations or rescheduling. If you fail to do so, a charge equal to 50% of the appointment in question, will be charged. If you do not show for an appointment, then you will owe for the full charge of that appointments . Cancellation charges can not be covered through Extended Health Care benefits, MVA/WCB Insurers or MSI. If calling outside of business hours, please leave a detailed message. If you arrive 15 minutes or more past your scheduled appointment time you may be asked to reschedule and have a cancellation charge applied to your account.
MSI does not cover any of MOVE’s services; therefore you, the patient, are responsible for payment of services rendered. Payment is due at the time of your appointment. Many patients have Extended Health Care (EHC) Benefits to offset the cost of our services. We direct bill most, if not all EHCs, the Worker’s Compensation Nova Scotia and Motor Vehicle Insurers. It is your responsibility to know the details of your own plan. If you are covered under more than one policy, please note that we will only bill the primary policy. Any fees above this amount are your responsibility. (MOVE Physiotherapy reserves the right to refuse direct billing to any insurance company).
Please Note: If your claim is refused or denied by Worker’s Compensation Board, your Motor Vehicle Insurer or your personal Healthcare Insurer, you are responsible for all payments for services rendered. These fees may include, but are not limited to the following: treatment fees, product fees and fees for any forms completed during treatment.
If you answered YES, to any of the above symptoms you are not allowed to enter the clinic at this time. As per Nova Scotia Public Health Regulations, you should self-isolate at home, and call 811
If you answered YES, to any of the above then you are not allowed to enter the clinic at this time. We can book you for a TeleHealth appointment or we can reschedule you for 2 weeks from now. It is recommended you go to https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/when-to-seek-help/ for more information on when to seek help/call 811