Look at what PHSP covers!

Any product, procedure or service you may receive from a medical professional
including but not limited to the following:

Acupuncturist
Christian Science Practitioner
Chiropodist
Chiropractor
Dentist
Dental Mechanic
Dermatologist
Gynecologist
Massage Therapist
Naturopath
Neurologist
Nutritionist
Obstetrician
Oculist
Ophthalmologist
Optical service
Optician
Optometrist
Orthodontist
Orthopedist
Osteopath
Pediatrician
Plastic Surgeon
Physician
Physiotherapist
Podiatrist
Practical Nurse
Psychiatrist
Psychoanalyst
Psychologist
Registered Nurse
Speech Therapist
Therapist

Hospital Services
Anesthetist
Operating room
Oxygen masks, tent
Vaccines
X-ray Technician

Medication
All prescription drugs, insulin or substitutes, liver extract, injectable for pernicious anemia.
Any non prescription medicines (over the counter) prescribed by a
qualified medical practitioner and recorded by a licensed pharmacist.
Chinese medicine
Oxygen
Tapes or tablets for sugar content tests by diabetics, if prescribed
Viagra
Vitamin B12 for pernicious anemia

Prescribed Medical Treatment
Blood transfusion
Bone marrow or organ transplant
Diathermy nursing
Electric shock treatments
Healing services
Hydrotherapy
Insulin treatments, injections
Laser eye surgery
Prenatal, postnatal treatments
Psychotherapy
Radium therapy
Speech pathology or audiology
Ultra-violet ray treatments
Whirlpool baths
X-ray treatments

Any Product, Procedure or Service you may receive from a Medical Professional
An external breast prosthesis
Any device designed to assist walking where the individual has a mobility impairment
Contact lenses
Devices designed to assist a person to use bathtubs showers or toilets
Devices designed to enable individuals with a mobility impairment to operate a vehicle
Devices used by individuals suffering from a chronic respiratory ailment or a severe chronic immune system deregulation
Electronic speech synthesizer for mute individuals
Electronic or computerized environment control systems for individuals with server prolonged mobility restrictions
Equipment that enable deaf or mute persons to make and receive telephone calls including visual ringing indicators
acoustic coupler, teletyping, which makes telephone communication possible with other persons
Extremity pumps or elastic support hose to reduce lymph edema swelling
Heart monitors or pace makers
Hospital beds, if required in home
Inductive coupling osteogenesis stimulator
Infusion pumps for diabetics, including peripherals monitors attached to babies identified as being prone to sudden infant death syndrome.

NOTE:

A licensed medical practitioner encompasses a broad range of individuals in the health care profession, are authorized to practice in accordance with the laws of the province and are certified to the practitioners governing body.