How long will it take to schedule my first appointment?
Your initial evaluation will be scheduled within 24 hours after contacting the office.
Will my insurance cover the cost of Physical Therapy? How much does it cost without insurance?
Once we get all your insurance information when you set up your first appointment, we will verify all your physical therapy benefits with your insurance company and clearly explain it to you prior to your first visit. If you don't have physical therapy benefits or choose not to use your insurance, we are committed to providing valuable care at an affordable payment options. We have a detailed cash based fee schedule available to you when you contact our office.
What do I need to bring for my first visit?
If we are billing your insurance, please bring the prescription from your doctor, insurance card and a photo ID. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time to allow for paper work to be completed and processed. Dress comfortably to allow the therapist access to your injury site and be able to analyze your overall movement of your body. We recommend shorts, sweat pants or yoga pants for your lower extremities, a t-shirt or tank top for your upper body and spine and athletic shoe wear (shoes off will be part of initial examination)
How long will my appointment take?
The initial evaluation will be a 1 hour one on one examination with your therapist, who you will see for the remainder of your care, no flip flopping between therapists. Each additional visit will range from 60-75 minutes based on your specific needs.
What should I expect on my first visit?
During your initial visit, we will take a full history of your current condition, any prior injuries and perform a full functional assessment of your movement in addition to specific measurements of your injury. We will work with you to help reduce pain, increase ROM and improve any limitations you may have. You will receive a completely individualized plan of care including a video based home exercise program for you computer or mobile device.
Do I need a prescription from my doctor for physical therapy?