Frequently Asked Questions

Can physical therapy help me?

Physical therapy is designed around your musculoskeletal needs. Is your goal to get rid of pain, move around easier, or feel more steady on your feet; or do you want to get back to normal after a surgery or accident? Your physical therapist (PT) can create treatment plans that are individualized to your needs and lifestyle.

What can I expect on my first visit?

The first visit normally takes about 60 minutes. Plan to come 15 minutes early to fill out paperwork. (See our Forms page to fill out paperwork ahead of time.) Your PT will start with a comprehensive evaluation asking you about your pertinent history and then evaluating your current strength, range of motion, balance, etc. Together, you and the PT will create a treatment plan based on these findings.

Do I need a referral?

Physical therapy is designed around your needs. Is your goal to get rid of pain, move around easier, or feel more steady on your feet; or do you want to get back to normal after a surgery or accident? Your physical therapist (PT) can create treatment plans that are individualized to your needs and lifestyle.

I don't have insurance; can I still be seen by a PT?

Yes! We have cash rates available for patients without a referral. Call our office for more information.

What should I bring to my first visit?

Please bring a photo ID and your insurance card(s) to your first appointment. We can also make a copy of your medication list if you have one.

What should I wear?

Please wear clothing that allows you to move freely and comfortably. Your PT will likely want to examine the affected area so shorts or a loose-fitting shirt may be appropriate.

How long does each visit take?

The first visit takes about 60 minutes and follow-up visits take about 30-45 minutes.

What are the clinic hours?

Appointments are typically scheduled between 7:15am-5:45pm Monday-Friday. Each PT's schedule varies. Our front desk staff will do their best to accommodate your schedule.

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