Can I still receive treatments even if I don’t have insurance?Jun 7th 2021
For patients who do not have insurance, we offer an out of pocket rate due at the time of service. Physical Therapy is a direct access form of primary treatment, so there is no need to see a physician or specialist first.Read full blog
What should I do to prepare for my first appointment?Jun 7th 2021
Please have your prescription (not needed) and insurance card available when you call. This will allow us to verify your insurance benefits and provide you with an estimate of coverage.
To bring on your first visit:
- Print out the patient forms, fill them out, and bring them with you. If you are unable to do this, please allow for extra time to fill these out upon your arrival.
- Please wear comfortable clothing that allows easy access to your problem areas.
Can I continue with physical therapy even when my treatment plan ends?Jun 7th 2021
Yes, once you have completed your therapy sessions, our therapist will review your at-home continuing therapy program.
We can also make arrangements to meet you at your gym to work with you on determining what equipment may be beneficial, and what exercises would be helpful in your continued recovery.Read full blog
How do payments work?Jun 7th 2021
Your insurance benefits will be determined before scheduling, and you will be informed of what, if any, payment is necessary prior to that date.
We accept cash, check, debit card, and credit card. We are happy to discuss payment plan options as well. It is our policy that payment is made at the time of service.Read full blog
When can I expect to notice relief?Jun 7th 2021
Immediately! You can expect to benefit from every single session, and you will even be taught how to ‘fix yourself’ the days you are not visiting us.
Your plan of care and number of visits will be determined during your first visit and explained to you by our physical therapist.Read full blog
How should I dress for my appointments?Jun 7th 2021
Dress comfortably in clothes that allow easy access for the therapist to examine your problem areas. For example bring shorts and T-shirt, halter or sports bra.
For treatments, loose-fitting clothes that are comfortable for gentle exercises and that don’t restrict movement, be prepared to remove shoes/footwear.Read full blog