Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose us?

Our physical therapists all hold Doctoral Degrees and are Board Certified in Pediatric Physical Therapy. Our licensed occupational therapists have received advanced training in sensory processing disorders, handwriting, and feeding. We work closely with you and your child to create a plan and set goals that are important to you and your child. Because every child is unique, therapy will be individualized to your child. We believe strongly that having a consistent therapist treating your child creates a safe, secure environment for your child to try new skills.

Where are you located?

We are located in Suite 202 of "The Farm" on State Street in Doylestown, PA.  Our office is just off the 202 Bypass between Route 313 and East Street.  There is plenty of free parking right outside our door.

Do I need a prescription?

Because Dr. Stack holds a “Direct Access” certificate for Pennsylvania, you do not have to have a prescription for an initial physical therapy evaluation. However, we prefer to have a close working relationship with your child’s pediatrician or family doctor in order to provide the best quality care and do ask that you obtain a prescription if at all possible. After 30 calendar days, a prescription is required in the State of Pennsylvania. A prescription may also be required if you would like to use your healthcare insurance to pay for your visits.

All occupational therapy appointments require a prescription.

What should I bring to the first visit?

Please print out and complete the 5 forms found on the “Forms” page:
1. New Patient Form
2. Permission for Medical Treatment of a Minor
3. Permission to Exchange Medical Information
4. Payment Agreement Form
5. HIPPA Form

Please also bring the prescription from your doctor as noted above.

This will save significant time at the first appointment and allow us to spend more time directly with your child.

What should I expect at my first visit?

If you have not already filled out the forms noted above, you will be asked to complete them at the time of the visit.

Depending on your child’s age and reason for referral, you may be asked to fill out additional parent questionnaires.

Please dress your child comfortably.

We do have a waiting area for parents who need to bring siblings, but ask that for the initial visit you try to leave siblings at home as some children are more comfortable with their parents present.

You will be expected to pay the initial evaluation fee for the visit. See “How can I pay for my visit?” for more information.

Please allow a full hour for the initial appointment.
 

What insurance do you accept?

We accept most major insurance plans.  As insurance plans are very individualized, please call our office to ask about using your insurance. Fee-for-service and out-of-network options are always available as well.

How can I pay for my visit?

For your convenience, the Pediatric Therapy Center of Bucks County, LLC accepts VISA, Mastercard, Discover, cash or checks. You may also use a health care flexible spending account card if it carries the VISA, Mastercard or Discover logos.

Do you have Saturday and after-school hours?

Yes! Just ask.

Do I have to come to the office?

It depends. Many of our clients are seen in our outpatient facility. However, we believe strongly in helping children carryover activities to their home and community. For this reason, home or community visits are available as well. The goals and activities we set together for your child may also determine the location of services. Many children do well with a combination of outpatient and home-based visits.

Will you send reports to my child’s doctor?

With your written permission, we are happy to send reports to or speak with your health care practitioner, specialist, school or school therapist. Please fill out the Permission to Exchange Medical Information form found on our Forms page to allow this.

Where are the forms I need to fill out?

All forms can be found on the Forms page on our website. We can also mail copies to you in preparation for your appointment.