Now Offering Complimentary Injury Screenings
Do you have a nagging strain, sprain ache or pain? It’s time to take action.
We are now offering
complimentary injury screenings with one of our certified licensed specialists who will discuss your area of discomfort and offer suggestions for next steps in care, if appropriate. For your convenience, consultations will last no longer than 15 minutes and are available over the phone or in person.
Is physical therapy right for you?
- Physical therapists treat all kinds of conditions like sprained ankles, sore shoulders, bad backs, old knees…the list goes on! physical therapy before surgery can also shorten your recovery time.
- Physical therapy often offers a better solution than prescription pain relievers because it is designed to address the source of the problem and works to correct it.
- Physical therapist can help with various strengthening and flexibility exercises designed to help restore one’s normal range of motion
- For those more prone to falls, physical therapy can improve balance and make falls less likely.
- For athletes, physical therapists create individualized plans using scientific based methods to get you back on the move in the shortest and safest way possible.
Rylin shares his PT success story
Injury can strike at any moment, for Rylin it almost ended his college football career. But thanks to our physical therapy team, Rylin is well ahead of his recovery progress and is expected to make a full return to the sport he loves. Hear his story by clicking the button below.
No script? No problem!
If you feel you have an ailment that may benefit from the skilled services of a physical therapist, you may be able to refer yourself to physical therapy for treatment - without being referred by a doctor or other healthcare practitioner.
In person or at home appointment - the choice is yours!
For your safety, we now offer three appointment types: in-person, over the phone (like our consultations) or virtual telehealth – and most major insurances are accepted at our practices!
Speak with a Physical Therapist today!
Fill out the form below to schedule a
complimentary injury consultation with one of our experienced physical therapists and see how physical therapy can help you!
New to Physical Therapy? Here's What to Expect
We believe in empowering our patients through education, support and answers so that you are better prepared to meet your goals. Our physical therapists take a hands-on approach to physical therapy, and you are always welcomed and encouraged to reach out to us directly with any questions or concerns.
Common questions we receive:
Do I need to see a doctor first?
Thanks to direct access, we can see any patient without a referral from a doctor for an initial evaluation. If our therapists believe that physical therapy is a good option for your needs, we can work with you and your physician to obtain a prescription for continued care. If your diagnosis requires additional expertise, we can also refer you to a specialist to handle your care.
What do I need to bring to my first visit?
For your first visit, be sure to bring the following items:
Prescription for physical therapy from your referring physician (if applicable)
Government issued photo ID (such as a driver’s license)
- Insurance card(s)
- Patient forms, which can be downloaded from this site in PDF format. Print and fill out the forms completely and bring them during your first visit.
- Patients who are minors (under 18 years of age) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for their first visit.
What should I wear to physical therapy?
Please wear or bring comfortable athletic/workout clothing to change into. This includes shorts or sweatpants, a t-shirt and sneakers. Your attire should also allow easy access to your injured area for treatment by your physical therapist.
What can I expect during my first visit?
During your first visit, your therapist will perform a thorough examination, in which he or she will review your physician’s recommendations, examine the problem area, ask questions about your injury or pain, develop an effective treatment plan for rehabilitation, discuss their findings with you and answer any questions you may have. Your treatment plan may include hands-on, manual therapy, a customized exercise program, stretching and physical agents such as heat, ice, ultrasound and electrical stimulation. Your physical therapist may also recommend a home program to further assist in your treatment.
How long will my appointment take?
Your first appointment will typically last from 45 minutes to an hour and a half, depending on your injury. Following appointments usually last between 30 minutes and an hour, depending on the treatment. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of your appointment for check-in and paperwork. You can also download our patient forms, which can be filled out beforehand and brought with to your appointment.
How often will I need to come?
The frequency of your treatment will depend on your physician’s prescription and the plan of care developed by your physical therapist. Most patients require treatment two to three times per week. The duration of treatment will depend on your injury and personal progress. Your physical therapist will discuss this with you following your initial exam and subsequently as you progress.
What if I need to cancel an appointment?
If you are unable to attend an appointment, we require at least 24 hours' notice. However, we do understand than an occasional emergency or illness may arise, in which case you may have to cancel your appointment closer to your scheduled time.
Do you accept insurances? Will insurance cover my therapy?
We accept most major insurances including Medicare, Tricare and workers’ compensation plans. Before your initial visit, we will verify in and out of network benefits with your insurance company. The cost of therapy is determined by the benefits of your insurance plan, including the deductible and co-pay, or patient percentage. We are happy to check with your insurance company to determine the terms of your coverage. Payment for patient responsibility is due at the time of service.
Steps we are taking to provide a safe environment
We are taking every safety measure to help minimize the spread of COVID-19 to protect our patients, staff and communities. In accordance with Federal and Local policies, patients and staff are required to wear masks in the clinic (unless stated otherwise), practice social distancing when possible, and sanitize regularly.
We closely monitor the CDC website and news briefings to stay up to date on developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are taking every safety measure to help minimize the spread of COVID-19 to protect our patients, staff and communities.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work hard to continue serving our patients in need.