We provide our patients with individualized and comprehensive physical therapy and rehabilitation programs. Our holistic approach encompasses non-surgical treatments that relieve pain, promote healing and prevent future injury, combined with patient education in physical therapy techniques, and rehabilitation. This comprehensive treatment strategy aims to quicken results, shorten recovery time, and prevent re-injury.
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What Is Physical Therapy and How Can It Help Me?
Physical Therapy is a healthcare specialty focused on evaluating and treating physical dysfunctions in the body. Using a combination of manual techniques, exercises, and sometimes specialized equipment, physical therapists aim to improve movement, relieve pain, and restore function. It is often recommended for individuals who have had injuries, surgeries, or chronic conditions affecting their mobility or quality of life.
What insurance do you accept?
What Should I Expect During My First Physical Therapy Appointment?
Your first appointment will usually involve an in-depth assessment. The physical therapist will ask questions about your medical history, pain levels, and specific concerns. You may also undergo some physical tests to evaluate your mobility and strength. Based on this assessment, a tailored treatment plan will be developed to meet your individual needs.
How Long Does a Typical Physical Therapy Session Last?
A standard physical therapy session typically lasts between 45 minutes to an hour. The duration may vary based on the complexity of your condition and the specific treatments required. Your physical therapist will guide you through various exercises and may use manual techniques to improve your condition.
Will My Insurance Cover Physical Therapy?
Insurance coverage for physical therapy varies significantly depending on your plan and provider. Most insurance plans cover at least a portion of the cost, but it’s crucial to consult your insurance provider for detailed information about your coverage.