Can I self-refer to Physical Therapy in CT

The following article applies to Connecticut only:

In CT, you can self-refer to physical therapy, and a physical therapist can see you 6 times without a referral ("prescription" from a PCP to a specialist).

However, an insurance company may complain and not pay for this, so you should know your PCP well, who can write a note or prescription for a PT, knowing that you have a legitimate physical problem.



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