FAQs

What is physical therapy?

Physical Therapy is type of physical medicine that focuses on correcting physical impairments and disabilities. Treatment goals and outcomes are geared toward restoring movement in the human body as it relates to function and improvement of quality of life.

Do you accept Medicare and my supplement?

Yes. We are Medicare provider and accept all Medicare supplement insurance plans.

Do you accept my insurance?

We accept most major insurances. We will be happy to verify your coverage with your insurance company for physical therapy services. Please have your insurance information ready when you call us.

What should I wear to physical therapy?

Please wear loose fitting athletic clothing that exposes the area that is being treated. Wear comfortable shoes for walking and standing exercises.

What should I bring to my first session?

Please bring your insurance card, photo ID, medical history information, prescriptions or referrals and any relevant diagnostics test results that you have (xray, MRI, etc). You can also bring any braces or splints that you regularly use.

How often do I need to go to therapy?

After your evaluation, your therapist will recommend a frequency that will be most beneficial for you. Typical frequencies are recommended to be 2-3 per week but each person will be different.

Do I have to do a home exercise program outside of physical therapy?

A home exercise program is given to all patients to maximize outcomes.

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