Insurance

We are in-network with:

AETNA                                 HEALTHY MONTANA KIDS           MONTANA HEALTH COOP

ALLEGIANCE                        INTERWEST                                 TRICARE

BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD   PACIFIC SOURCE                        TRIWEST (VA)

CIGNA                                 MEDICAID                                   UNITED HEALTH CARE

FIRST CHOICE HEALTH        MEDICARE                                  WORKERS COMPENSATION  

AUTO INSURANCES accepted  

SELF PAY available for patients who are uninsured or do not want to use insurance

Co-pay and Co-insurance due at time of service. As a courtesy, we will provide you with an estimate of your responsibility.

ANTI GRAVITY TREADMILL: non-patients $1/minute, included for current patients

ISOKINETIC TESTING: $150 for non-patients, included for current patients

Patient Forms

Save time and fill out each of these secure online forms before your first scheduled appointment. You can also print out and bring to your first appointment.

PATIENT INFO & CONSENT

INSURANCE INFORMATION & FINANCIAL AGREEMENT

HEALTH HISTORY

ADDITIONAL INTAKE FOR RUNNERS (OPTIONAL)

FOR YOUR INFORMATION:

NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES

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Location

609 Pronghorn Trail, Suite C
Bozeman, MT  59718
P 406.580.0803 F 406.258.0580

E laura@buildphysio.com

Transportation to appointments is available

Clinic Hours

Monday-Friday 7am-6pm

FAQ's

How long are the physical therapy sessions? 45 minutes

How many visits will I need? This will depend on your injury, but we will work with your schedule and insurance/budget.  In many cases, one visit and a followup is all you might need.

Who will I be working with? You will work with the same licensed physical therapist 1:1, no double bookings.  

Do I need a referral? You can see a physical therapist without a referral; however, some insurances may require one.

My doctor recommended another clinic, can I switch? You can see any physical therapist regardless of what the referral says.

What do I wear?  We will need to see the body region affected.  Athletic wear is recommended.