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What to Expect With Therapy

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Treatment begins with a physical therapist evaluating your condition, identifying the source(s) of your discomfort or dysfunction, and developing a custom treatment program for your condition. Usually this involves some form of manual therapy and exercise, as well as modalities to treat the causes. Examples of Physical Therapy modalities include, but are not limited to, Hotpacks, Coldpacks, TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation), Ultrasound, Cervical/Lumbar Traction, Electrical Stimulation, Intermittent Compression Pumps, and Myofascial Release (massage). You normally will receive verbal instructions and written information for a home exercise program, education on body mechanics and measures to prevent further injury or re-injury.

Appointments and payment services are handled by our front office staff. Our staff will make every effort to schedule appointments that are convenient with your schedule. Payment methods, including insurance questions, should be addressed at the time of your initial visit. Please understand that in all cases the patient is ultimately responsible for complete and timely payment for services rendered. Although medical insurance generally covers physical therapy treatments every insurance plan is unique. We accept many types of insurance plans however we recommend that you check with your insurance carrier to confirm the terms of your particular coverage. Our staff will be glad to assist you in determining your level of benefits, resolving billing issues, and filing common paperwork.

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What Is Physical Therapy?

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What Is Physical Therapy?

Physical Therapy is non-surgical rehabilitation that uses specifically designed exercises, myofascial (hands on) techniques, and patient education with the ultimate goal of maintaining and restoring maximum movement and functional ability.

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Fitness & Conditioning

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Interested In Sports Conditioning?

We are often asked about sports conditioning exercises and programs. All persons participating in any type of sports, whether recreational or competitive, should maintain an active training program to minimize risk of injury. For more information on a variety of athletic training programs you may be interested in this link AllSports Select


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