Best 30 Rehabilitation in Colorado Springs, CO with Reviews -

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By: Jonathan L.
Child Development Center Of Colorado Springs
I wish I could give half stars. I really rank this place a 2 1/2 stars. The Therapists are excellent. They helped my child and were very attentive. As for their insurance/billing people....there are huge problems. What "allotherstoo" reporting about the billing department is true. My child visited this facility from January 2013 - October 2013. Billing was still being submitted to my insurance as of January 2014 for sessions that occurred in July of 2013. I have the reports from my insurance to prove it. With us, typically, they didn't submit claims to insurance until 2, 3, even 4 months after the therapy session. When they have an issue with insurance, they don't notify you or anything. Also, when insurance gives them guidelines and a # of sessions that will be covered...they don't notify the patient...they didn't with us. Even though they told us our insurance pre-approved the theraphy in full....we didn't find out until months later that they only pre-approved a certain # of sessions. We were then stuck with a huge bill. After complaining with the billing department, and saw it would get me nothing, I just paid it and washed my hands of them. I will tell everyone I know to stay away from this place...just because of their shady billing practices. There are better places to go that won't cause you financial headaches.
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By: Lynn M.
Capron Rehabilitation
Following a B/K amputation of my right leg, I spent about 2 weeks in the rehab unit of Penrose Hospital. Each day was filled with physical and occupational therapy sessions designed to get me home with the strength and abilities I would need to live independently and safely. I spent 3 hours in physical therapy and 3 hours in occupational therapy each day--part in the morning and part in the afternoon. PT for strengthening, building endurance, ROM and getting ready to wear and walk with a prosthesis. OT for activities of daily living (ADL)--like transferring to and from vehicles, showering, cooking, doing laundry, etc. The entire staff is well trained and eager to see their patients succeed. I have been home for 5 months and am doing very well. With support of my husband and others, I am taking care of most household chores (cooking, bill paying, laundry etc.) and am even able to drive. I highly recommend Penrose Hospital and especially their rehab services.
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By: Zola P.
Child Development Center Of Colorado Springs
After reading the older, less-than-decent reviews, I decided I would share my experience. We've been going to the CDC for about a year and have had a very positive experience. The focus has consistently been helping my child and using multiple methods and treatments. I have no hesitation in recommending them! Regarding billing, no troubles there either. We were approved for a certain number of visits, they took care of asking for additional visits for us. We also know that our plan only allows a certain number each year and they explain what a "cash-pay" visit would cost when we run out of covered visits for the year.
By: Todd P.
Colorado Institute of Pain Management
When I came to Dr. Tyler 8 years ago, I was on a cane, using Oxygen 24-7 and weighed 360 lbs. Now I walk without assistance, never use oxygen, and weigh 250 lbs. I have found a life I thought had changed and left me behind. But now I am BACK! Thank you Dr. Tyler and his AWESOME staff! I recommend the Colorado Institute for Pain Management for anyone who is injured or in Pain! - ToddP

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