Your first visit will consist of an initial evaluation in which the therapist will attain a history of the present condition and perform many tests and measures in order to find any underlying deficits or pathologies. A treatment plan will be established to address those deficits/weaknesses which will involve patient education, hands on treatment, and a review of a home exercise program.

Loose fitting clothes that allow easy movement and access to the effected body part or treatment area. Closed in shoes are recommended, preferably tennis shoes.

Each appointment will last approximately 1 hour but can range from 45 min to 1hr15min depending on your treatment plan.

No, not necessarily! We now have Direct Access which allows our physical therapists to treat patients without a referral from a doctor. However, each insurance company has specific guidelines regarding treatment without a referral. Our office staff can answer many of your questions and if you are willing to provide them your insurance information would be happy to call your insurance company directly to inquire on your behalf.

We accept most major insurance companies including, but not limited to Medicare, BCBS, and United Healthcare. We also treat patients injured from auto accidents, work-related accidents, or those represented by attorneys.

Unfortunately, to best answer this question you would need to provide our staff with your specific insurance information so they can contact your insurance company directly. If you are not filing under insurance, please contact us for our self-pay rates.

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