FAQ’s

What should I bring on my first visit?

  • Use the link provided to download the appropriate paperwork. If you are unable to complete the paperwork prior to your first visit, please arrive 20-30 minutes early to expedite in-processing.
  • Bring your primary and secondary insurance cards to be copied.
  • Bring your doctor’s prescription for physical therapy.

What should I expect on my initial visit?

  • A qualified physical therapist will perform a thorough evaluation, including a subjective and objective examination. The objective portion of the examination may include range of motion testing, manual muscle testing, a postural assessment, ergonomic assessment, a functional activity assessment, and specific testing related to the diagnosis. After completion, the physical therapist will design a treatment plan specific to the individual. The treatment plan, short and long term goals and expected duration of treatment will be discussed.
  • Treatment will be initiated, based on the findings.
  • Your initial evaluation and treatement may last from 60-90 minutes.

What should I expect on subsequent visits?

  • Each treatment will be modified and /or progressed based on your response to your last session.
  • Treatment time will vary from 45 – 60 minutes.
  • Treatment is one on one with a highly trained physical therapist.

What should I wear?

  • Bring shorts for knee, hip or ankle conditions
  • Wear a tank top for shoulder or neck conditions
  • Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes for low back problems and for exercising.

Will my insurance cover my treatment?

  • Please contact our office to discuss your insurance plan. We accept most types of insurance and will verify your benefits prior to your arrival. Most insurance plans require a co-pay. Exceptions are Medicare and Workman’s compensation.

What if I don’t have insurance?

  • We accept cash payments for all physical therapy treatments. In order to make this affordable, we will work with you to establish a reasonable payment plan.

Will I be given exercises to follow through with at home?

  • Absolutely! The goal is to give you a program that is specific to your needs.

What is Pilates and how will it be used in my rehabilitation?

  • Pilates is a method of exercising that works on flexibility, strength, breathing, balance, movement awareness and overall core strength.
  • Your physical therapist will develop a program that addresses your injury and/or condition in a safe and effective manner.

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