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Low Frequency 

Therapy provided one time per week or every other week may be considered when the documentation shows one or more of the following:

  • The patient is making progress toward the patient’s goals, but the progress has slowed, or documentation shows the patient is at risk of deterioration due to the patient’s development or medical condition.
  • The licensed therapist is required to adjust the patient’s therapy plan and home program weekly to every other week based on the patient’s progress.
  • Every other week therapy is supported for patients whose medical condition is stable, they are making progress, and it is anticipated the patient will not regress with every other week therapy.


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Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy Services Handbook

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