Frequently Asked Questions
Why is intensive therapy effective?
Those with neuromuscular problems need more time and more repetitions while working on the functional activities they are trying to master. Four hours a day allows the necessary time to strengthen muscles and create new pathways in the brain to make it possible to reach some of those goals.
Can my child really exercise for that many hours a day?
We’ve been amazed by how even very young children tolerate — and even enjoy their intensive therapy! The Now I Can team customizes a treatment plan to each patient, and activities are varied during the course of the four hours a day. There are times that don’t require a lot of “work”, like preparing the body for therapy at the beginning of each day, stretching, stander time, etc. The therapy team does a great job of helping each individual enjoy their time at Now I Can — and because the child can see and feel their own progress, they are that much more motivated to continue to work!
Will this therapy be covered by my insurance?
Now I Can is already a preferred provider with several insurance companies, and will be happy to apply with others. Our patients have had great success in submitting their invoice to their insurance for reimbursement, whether we are providers with them or not. Now I Can will give you an invoice with CPT codes which are the same as any Physical Therapy clinic would use, so if you have PT visits covered, your insurance should cover your treatment at Now I Can.
Does Now I Can accept Medicaid?
Now I Can does not bill Medicaid. We instead offer financial aid scholarships.
How do I pay — and where can I get the funds?
To reserve a session, or make a payment, you can pay safely through PayPal with your credit card. Or you can send a check to our center. If you need some fundraising ideas, please feel free to contact us!
Does Now I Can offer financial assistance?
Yes, we do! Click on financial aid, and can request an application for our Therapy Grant Fund. These grants are awarded based on need and availability.
Where can I stay in Provo?
Several hotels nearby that give Now I Can patients great rates. Check out the Marriott Residence Inn, the Marriott Springhill Suites, Days Inn, and Aspenwood Manor in Provo, and tell them you’re coming to Now I Can!
What can we do while we’re staying in Provo?
Provo is located about 50 miles south of Salt Lake City, Utah, and is at the base of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains. To give you an idea of what there is to do in Provo and surrounding cities, please visit our Utah page.