Help & FAQ

Help & FAQ

General Questions

While Cornell O&P has contracts with most insurance payers, coverage limits, especially for prosthetic care, can vary. Medicare, Medicaid, and GIC plans usually offer adequate coverage, but private insurance from employers may have limitations. Our staff will verify your coverage before services are rendered.

  • Cornell O&P is a provider for many insurance carriers. See our list of insurance carriers for more information.
  • While it's challenging to provide O&P services at home, we see patients at numerous clinics around the state. Check our list of clinics for locations.

Yes, whenever possible. We prioritize continuity of care and make efforts to have you see the same prosthetist or orthotist practitioner. We routinely see patients in the hospital, collaborating with hospital staff to coordinate care.

Yes, in most cases. If a prescription is needed, we will send a letter to your physician describing what is needed.

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At Cornell Orthotics & Prosthetics, we are committed to providing clear and convenient answers to your questions. If you have additional inquiries or need further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Your care and comfort are our top priorities.

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