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Proposed Medicare Payment Cuts

November 18, 2021

Friends we need your help! With impending Medicare cuts on the horizon, we need your help to stop the cuts. We have provided some easy steps for you to take action. Beginning in January 2022, payment for services under Medicare Part B provided by physical therapist assistants will be reduced by 15%. These cuts are

Proposed Medicare Payment Cuts

November 12, 2021

Friends we need your help! With impending Medicare cuts on the horizon, we need your help to stop the cuts. We have provided some easy steps for you to take action. Beginning in January 2022, payment for services under Medicare Part B provided by physical therapist assistants will be reduced by 15%. These cuts are

Blood Flow Restriction Training

October 15, 2021

Now offered at Apex Physical Therapy. Are you ready to get better faster? What is Blood Flow Restriction: Blood flow restriction is a brief intermittent occlusion of both venous and atrial blood flow that can be used while at rest or exercising. This technique allows the user to exercise using significantly less weight or intensity

August Covid-19 Mask Changes

August 14, 2021

The Delta variant of Covid-19 has certainly caused an uptick in cases, including in Spokane County. The vaccine has protected many from the virus; however, it is not guaranteed that there will not be breakthrough infections. Apex highly encourages all of our staff and patients to wear masks regardless of vaccination status.

July 2021 Covid-19 Mask Changes

July 9, 2021

Re-opening Washington Effective June 30th, per CDC Guidelines Apex will no longer be requiring masks for persons Fully Vaccinated entering our clinics. If you still feel more comfortable with your therapist wearing a mask, please feel free to let us know.

Did someone say Girl Scout Cookies?

February 23, 2021

This year Apex Physical Therapy has teamed up to help Melody (Troop 2013) meet her Girl Scout Cookie selling goals. Melody has made ordering through Apex PT an easy process and you can have the cookies delivered right to your nearest Apex. Once they are delivered we will let you know for easy no contact

Delays of elective surgeries have many people waiting, again.

December 14, 2020

Many Washington hospitals are now adjusting elective surgery plans as cases of COVID-19 continue to rise. Are you or a family member being affected by the delays? If so, Apex PT can help! We can provide pre-operative rehabilitation to help during the delay. What is Pre-Operative Rehabilitation: Pre-operative rehabilitation has been known to provide a

November Covid-19 Updates

November 16, 2020

APEX PT remains OPEN and ready to serve you! We wanted to remind everyone that all 5 of our Apex locations are open and treating all current and new patients. We are offering in person appointments but are able to offer Telehealth if this is a safer option for you.  We first want to thank all of our patients we have endured the unknown

Covid-19 Questionnaire November

Please be ready at each appointment to answer these four questions. ♦ Have you experienced any fever, shortness of breath, cough, or any other symptoms in the last 72 hours? ♦ Have you recently been exposed to any person that has tested positive for COVID-19? ♦ Have you traveled outside of Washington State in the

November 4, 2020

Apex Physical Therapy is excited to announce that after many inquiries we are now accepting Premera Medicare Advantage insurance plans.