Is there a cash pay option?
Yes, we offer a cash pay option to make our services accessible to those who do not have health insurance, or whose health insurance we may not be contracted with presently.
Do I need a referral/prescription for physical therapy?
Yes, insurance carriers require us to have a referral or prescription from a referring physician in order to cover the cost of physical therapy. If you are a cash pay patient, a referral or prescription may not be needed.
What will my first visit be like?
At your first visit, your physical therapist will conduct a comprehensive initial evaluation, including taking a health history, and creating an individualized plan of care based on your needs and goals. Please wear comfortable clothing as we may begin treatment that may include manual therapy and/or a home exercise program. You should be prepared to stay for approximately an hour.
How long is each visit?
Your initial evaluation will last approximately 60 minutes, while follow up visits will last anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the nature of your Plan of Care.
How often will I go for treatment?
The frequency and number of visits will depend on the prescription from your referring physician as well as ongoing recommendations from your Physical Therapist in order to maximize your outcomes with therapy. The majority of patients attend therapy 1-3 times per week with the duration of care lasting anywhere from 2-8 weeks (occasionally longer if indicated) depending on what you are being seen for.
What is dry needling?
Dry needling is a technique utilized to promote blood flow and healing response to tight and/or restricted muscle tissue. The technique utilizes acupuncture type needles and may be recommended as an adjunct treatment to your Plan of Care to maximize mobility, pain relief, and outcomes with therapy treatment.
Do you accept insurance? If so, which ones?
We accept a wide range of insurances. Please contact us to see if we are contracted with your insurance provider.
What should I wear?
Please wear something comfortable and non-restrictive like a loose fitting t-shirt and pants/shorts, or athletic wear, as well as athletic shoes. It’s also a good idea to wear something that gives us access to the particular part of your body we are treating, if possible (ex. if we are working on your knee, try to wear shorts). You are welcome to bring your clothes with you and change upon arrival. Please allow a few extra minutes prior to your visit should you need to change onsite.
Common Conditions We Treat
- Cervicalgia/Neck Pain
- Lumbago/Lower Back Pain
- SI Joint Dysfunction
- Thoracic Sprains/Strains
- Disc Bulges
- Facet Joint Arthropathy
- Spinal Fusions
- Disc Replacements
- Whiplash/Muscle Strains
- Cervical and Lumbar Radiculopathy
- Compression Fractures
- Rib Dysfunctions
- Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
- Rotator Cuff Surgeries
- Impingement Syndrome
- Labral Tears and Repairs (SLAP)
- AC Joint Strains
- Biceps Strains and Surgeries
- Humeral Fractures and ORIF
- Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
- Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer’s elbow)
- Radial Head Fractures and ORIF
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
- Carpal Tunnel
- CMC arthritis and replacement
- Finger Lacerations and Repairs
- Hip Replacements
- Labral Repairs
- IT band Tendonitis
- Psoas Strains
- Knee replacements
- ACL Strains and Surgery
- MCL and LCL strains and Surgeries
- Meniscus Tears and Surgery
- Patellofemoral Pain (Anterior Knee Pain)
- Patellar Tendonitis
- Calf Strains
- Achilles Tendon Strains and Surgery
- Ankle Ligament Tears and Stabilization Surgery
- Ankle Replacement
- Plantar Fasciitis