or is it something that is usually done closer to to the injury?
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It's usually done closer to the injury but it's not uncommon to have it a little bit later. It just really depends on the patient and it really depends on their recovery too. If a patient kind of plateaus and they're not really doing much, then they might not get services if they're the same level, but if they're making functional gains and they're doing well then they definitely will have some of those services. I feel like that's one of the things that I hear a lot about because of insurance.