Why is Physical Therapy a good Choice?
Physical therapy is a non invasive choice of treatment. There are many different approaches and techniques to treat conditions, and physical therapy can provide you with relief and improved movement to get you back to your normal life.
How many visits will I need?
There are several factors that affect the number of visits. Typically, your doctor will prescribe a specific number of visits, or upon evaluation, the Physical Therapist and patient will determine a program frequency and duration that will meet the patient's needs. Visits can be restricted by insurance limitations...depending on the individual's insurance benefits.
How long will each treatment last?
Treatment time varies based on what your insurance will cover. However, it is also based on your limitations and tolerance level. We will take the time to address all of your needs and goals in order to properly and thoroughly rehabilitate each patient.
Who pays for the treatment?
We accept insurance,workers comp insurance, and self-pay. We will verify your benefits and give you an estimated breakdown of any financial responsibility you may have. We offer financial options for those who have difficulty covering co-pays, deductibles, co-insurance and self-pay.
What happens during my first visit?
The first visit will consist of your initial evaluation to discuss your specific problem and how it is affecting you. Review of your medical history, medications, and limitations will be part of the process. Testing and measurements will be performed. Once a complete idea of your problem and limitations is understood, we will discuss what options are available for your treatment and goals. We frequently begin treatment on the first visit as well.
How should I dress?
Dress comfortably in loose fitting clothing in order for your therapist to access and evaluate the problem area and to allow you to move freely while performing your exercises.
What do I need to bring with me?
For patients who are receiving aquatic therapy, wear what you are comfortable wearing in the water. Preferably swim suit or swim trunks, and water shoes.
The physical therapy prescription from your Doctor, your picture ID, your insurance information, a list of surgeries and dates and a list of medications including dosage and frequency of medication.
Do I have to know how to swim? What if I am afraid of swimming?
For patient attending aquatic therapy, please bring a towel. Secure lockers are provided.
No. Swimming is not required during aquatic therapy session. We provide floatational belts during your therapy session for your safety. Our therapy team will provide you with the utmost care and will guide you through your full treatment session.
What is the temperature of the pool?
Our pool temperature is set at 92 degree Fahrenheit year round.