Are you open during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Yes! Our doors are open and we are accepting new patients.
Do you provide virtual appointments?
Yes! You can join any of our specialists from the comfort of your own home as we learn more about your goals and develop a custom plan to provide you with the best possible outcome. Contact Mark White, Patient Liaison, at email@example.com to schedule this today!
Does SRT accept patients outside of Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin?
Yes, SRT welcomes any patient from around the country to experience our first-class patient care. SRT will be happy to escort you to our office from your plane, recommend hotels based on your budget and recommend points of interest for your families to enjoy during your trip.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
Patients should bring their identification and insurance cards.
How long does it take to get my prosthesis?
Many changes in the healthcare industry have occurred in the past few years. Medicare, Medicaid and many other insurance companies now have far more extensive paperwork requirements. SRT works diligently to protect our patients to ensure no financial surprises. We take the extra effort to explain the process in full and regularly follow up with our patients until we have full authorization to deliver a device.
Are SRT’s practitioners certified?
Yes, SRT’s practitioners are certified by The American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics and hold state licenses.
Is SRT an in-network provider with my insurance company?
SRT accepts traditional Medicare/Medicaid, as well as Managed Care Medicare/Medicaid insurance and is in-network with the majority of area insurance companies. If your insurance is not listed on our website, SRT may still be in-network. Please contact our experienced Insurance Benefits & Authorization Department. With over 35 years combined experience, we are here to serve you. Please call 1-866-633-3961 for further assistance.
What types of orthotic braces does SRT offer?
Braces include cervical, spinal, wrist, hip, knee and ankle. Click here to visit our Orthotics Page
Do you accept walk-ins?
Yes, but we prefer patients to have appointments so that we can be prepared to serve you the best way possible.
We invite you to contact us with any questions, or if we can be of service to you in any way.