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What should I bring to my first appointment?
- Referral - A referral from your physician or your PCP (primary care physician) if required by your insurance carrier for physical therapy.
- Insurance Information - Please bring a current insurance card or other information. Your Co-pay will be collected if one is required.
- Clothing - Ideally, one should wear clothing that allows the problematic region to be easily accessed. For example, if you are having a shoulder problem wear a tank top.
Can I request where I receive physical therapy?
Yes. Your doctor may refer you to another clinic, however, it is ultimately your choice where you receive service.
Do I have to see my doctor before I have physical therapy?
Not necessarily. Your initial appointment can be scheduled by your Doctor’s office or you can call and schedule yourself.
How long are the appointments?
The first appointment is approximately 1 hour. Follow up visits range anywhere from 30-45 minutes depending on the patient’s condition.
How long can I expect to undergo treatment?
We believe that each person has unique needs. All patients will be carefully evaluated and then are recommended an appropriate treatment plan. At the time of your evaluation, we will be better able to determine an effective timeframe for your treatment.
What type of insurance do you take?
We take most insurance. If there is a question as to if we take your insurance please call us. We however do accept self pay if you are not covered under insurance, and will work within any financial constraints you may have.
What should I do if I am unable to make an appointment?
In order to accommodate each patient’s schedule, reserving time slots for treatments is very important to operating our facilities efficiently. Canceling an appointment at the last minute, or failing to come for a session, limits our ability to meet scheduling needs of other patients. Therefore, we request that all cancellations be made at least 24 hours in advance of an appointment. A cancellation fee may be charged for cancellations with less than 24 hour notice.