Any treatment that you incur at Pro-Life Wellness Centre Physiotherapy Clinics is fully or partially covered by private extended health care plans, auto insurance companies, or Workplace Safety and Insurance Board ( WSIB).
Extended Health Care ( EHC )
If you have coverage from an extended health care plan, your plan will cover all or some of the cost, for all our services/ products, at Pro-Life Wellness Centre Physiotherapy Clinics. We are also able to offer direct billing for most of insurance policies. Please contact us to help you determine your coverage.
Motor Vehicle Accidents ( MVA )
In the circumstance that you are injured in a motor vehicle accident (MVA), your auto insurance will automatically pay for your treatment. We will bill the auto insurance directly and you will not incur any cost for any treatment. In the process that you are not familiar with any of the application forms, we are here to assist you to complete any application forms that are required by the auto insurance company.
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB )
If you are injured at work, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board ( WSIB ) will pay for your treatment. It is important that you are assigned a claim number and are approved for treatment. If you are not familiar with this process, we will answer any questions that you may have and guide you in the right direction.
Ontario Disability Support Program ( ODSP )
Are you on Social Assistance or ODSP? If so, did you know that you have access to “Client Special Services”?
What is Client Special Services? Services and/or Products that are free to you because it is paid directly by your Case Worker.
Here are some of the items that you are qualified to receive through either Social Assistance or ODSP:
- Braces and Supports for: Ankles, Knees, Wrists, Elbows, Low Back
- Assistive Devices: Canes, Walkers, Rollators,
- Custom Knee Braces
- Custom Made Orthotics
- Compression Stockings
- Many More Devices
* We accept Cash/ Visa/ Mastercard/ Debit Payment
*Please note that our services are not covered by OHIP