How Should I Dress?

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You should wear loose fitting clothing so you can expose the area that we will be evaluating and treating. For example, if you have a knee problem, it is best to wear shorts. For a shoulder problem, a tank top is a good choice, and for low back problems, wear a loose fitting shirt and [...]

How Should I Dress?2019-02-13T17:26:27+00:00

How Many Visits Will I Need?

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This is highly variable. You may need one visit or you may need months of care. It depends on your diagnosis, the severity of your impairments, your past medical history, etc. You will be re-evaluated on a monthly basis and when you see your doctor, we will provide you with a progress report with our [...]

How Many Visits Will I Need?2019-02-13T17:26:27+00:00

Why Is Physical Therapy a Good Choice?

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More than half of all Americans are suffering from pain. Whether it is a recent episode or chronic, an ABC News/Stanford study revealed that pain in America is a serious problem. However, many do not even know that physical therapists are well equipped to not only treat pain but also its source. Physical therapists are [...]

Why Is Physical Therapy a Good Choice?2019-02-13T17:26:27+00:00

What Do Physical Therapists Do?

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You have probably heard of the profession of physical therapy. Maybe you have had a conversation with a friend about how physical therapy helped get rid of his or her back pain, or you might know someone who needed physical therapy after an injury. You might even have been treated by a physical therapist yourself. [...]

What Do Physical Therapists Do?2019-02-13T17:26:27+00:00

Why Are People Referred to a Physical Therapy?

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You and others may be referred to physical therapy because of a movement dysfunction associated with pain. Your difficulty with moving part(s) of your body (like bending at the low back or difficulty sleeping on your shoulder, etc.) very likely results in limitations with your daily activities (e.g., difficulty getting out of a chair, an [...]

Why Are People Referred to a Physical Therapy?2019-02-13T17:26:28+00:00

Why Should I Choose a Private Practice Physical Therapist?

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Who is better to see, a PT that works for a physician or a PT that owns a private practice? We leave it up to you to draw your own conclusions but here are some facts. The studies indicate there were more treatments (visits per patient were 39% to 45% higher in physician owned clinics) [...]

Why Should I Choose a Private Practice Physical Therapist?2019-02-13T17:26:28+00:00

Who Pays for the Treatment?

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In most cases, health insurance will cover your treatment. Click on our insurance link above for a summary of insurances we accept and make sure you talk to our receptionist so we can help you clarify your insurance coverage.

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Who Will See Me?

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You will be evaluated by one of our licensed and highly trained physical therapists and he/she will also treat you during subsequent visits. Unlike some clinics, where you see someone different each visit, we feel it is very important to develop a one-on-one relationship with you to maintain continuity of care. Since only one physical [...]

Who Will See Me?2019-02-13T17:26:28+00:00

Are There Physical Therapy Specialists?

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Orthopedic Physical Therapy - Probably the most common physical therapy specialist is the orthopedic specialist. These specialists care for post-surgical patients, arthritis, tendinitis/tendinosus, fracture rehabilitation, muscle sprains and strains, neck and back pain, hip and knee problems, shoulder, elbow, and wrist conditions. Some are board certified as Orthopedic Certified Specialists (OCS). Manual Therapy - Manual [...]

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