Can I start physical therapy without having seen a doctor?
Yes, in most cases. You can be treated by a physical therapist at our office for 10 visits or 30 days without having seen a doctor. A few insurance companies require a doctor’s referral to reimburse for physical therapy. However Medicare still requires that you have a doctor's prescription before starting physical therapy.
If my doctor has told me I need physical therapy, what information do you need from my doctor?
We welcome a referral from your physician, nurse practitioner, osteopath, podiatrist, or dentist. The referral should say what your diagnosis is.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
Exercise shorts and a T-shirt, doctor's referral (if you have one), results from Xrays or MRI. Bring your insurance card.
What should I expect at the first session?
The physical therapist will perform a detailed physical evaluation of your problem, begin treatment of the problem, and teach you exercises to do at home. Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment time to complete paperwork.
How long will treatment be?
Allow one hour for the treatment. Approximately 30 minutes will be one-on-one with the physical therapist. You might also receive therapeutic modalities or additional exercise time if the therapist determines it is appropriate for your problem.
What type of equipment do you have in your gym?
- Biodex Pulley Strengthening System
- Total Gym with leg press
- Recumbent bicycle
- Stationary bicycle
- Stepper machine
- Profitter ski machine
- Free Weights
- Therapeutic exercise balls
- Body Blade
- BAPS Balance boards
- Bosu Trainer, Dynadisc
- Plyometric cube
- Swiss Balance balls
Do you have up-to-date therapeutic modalities?
Therapeutic electric stimulation
(interferential, high volt, low volt, biphasic, micro-current, neuromuscular re-education)
- Static cervical traction
- Hot Paraffin Bath
- Moist heat
Can I leave my work-out clothes at your facility?
Yes, we have storage for your exercise clothing.
How do I pay?
We take credit cards (Mastercard or Visa), checks or cash. We ask that you pay your co-payment at the time of each treatment.