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FAQ

For your convenience, we’ve put together a list of some of the most common questions we are asked and their respective answers. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact us and we’ll do our best to get you the information as soon as possible.

  • What is Physical Therapy?
    Physical Therapists are trained in the examination and treatment of many musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions that affect a person's ability to move and function in their daily lives. A Physical Therapist can help reduce pain and restore function for patients with injuries, post surgical conditions, and can improve movement patterns to help avoid future injury.
  • What is direct access?
    Direct access means you (the patient) are able to have a physical therapy evaluation and subsequent treatment without the referral of another provider. In NH patients can self refer to PT if they feel they need care. Check with your insurance to see if your plan allows for direct access.
  • Why is Physical Therapy effective?
    Injuries and disease can cause difficulty performing daily activity and create abnormal movement patterns. Physical Therapy can be effective in helping to restore normal movement patterns, stimulate healing and improve function. Physical Therapy uses manual techniques, corrective exercises and and targeted interventions to increase strength, improve range of motion and help you enjoy the activities that matter to you.
  • How long are appointments?
    The first appointment is approximately one hour, and follow up treatments can range from 30-60 minutes depending on how you are feeling and how your injury is progressing.
  • What health insurances do you accept?
    We accept most major health insurances. Please call us and we will gladly check coverage with your insurance company.
  • What can I expect on my first visit?
    The therapist will ask you questions about the history of your injury. Based on the information given, the therapist may take measurements, and will likely begin treatment your very first visit.
  • What should I wear?
    Something comfortable, loose and allows for easy access to the area that is in pain. For example, if you are coming for knee pain please wear or bring shorts, or loose fitting pants that can be pulled up over the knee.
  • How long should I expect to be in physical therapy treatment?
    The short answer is it depends on your specific injury. All patients are carefully evaluated and the an appropriate treatment plan is recommended. We will be better able to determine your treatment timeframe after we complete your initial evaluation.
  • What if I don't have insurance or do not want to use my insurance?
    We offer self-pay options: Initial evaluation- full evaluation and treatment as needed $120 Follow- up care - $100 per visit
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