Unified Therapy Services strives to provide the highest quality of comprehensive care to individuals of all ages. While operating with over 40 employees and in four clinic locations, we believe in a collaborative approach to facilitate the exceptional standards for rehabilitative care. Our team consists of occupational and physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, physicians, medical professionals, care staff, patients, and families that all aim to better serve our community. By working together, we yield quicker and more functional results.
Patients will receive the focused attention and customized personal care for the duration of their treatment. We are therapist owned, nationally recognized, and will continue to set the bar by exceeding customer expectations with platinum customer services by providing the highest quality of care in a friendly and encouraging environment.
Our therapists are accredited and licensed in the State of Iowa, receiving continuing education multiple times a year. We are committed to staying up to date on therapy techniques & research, helping you to recover faster.
We strongly believe in constant communication with the patient, employer, school staff, insurance case manager and physician. We pride ourselves in educating those involved in the patient care on each individual's current goals, progress and concerns. These three topic areas are frequently discussed to assist with our goals of functional community members.
Our team provides pre-authorizations and insurance verifications for all patients, while still accepting a wide variety of health insurances. Our Billing Specialists provide one-on-one consultation including verification of benefits, grant assistance, and Iowa Medicaid application education.
A complete list of services offered at each clinic can be found on our Locations page. Please note all pediatric treatment rooms are specifically designed with state of the art equipment, kid-friendly artwork and lighting designs, and standardized testing materials for the pediatric populations needs.