Getting Started

Begin your physical therapy today!

Step 1: Contact Us

Contact us by phone, email or feel free to stop by our office to schedule your initial physical therapy evaluation. Our helpful office staff will be able to assist you in setting up a one-on-one appointment with one of our physical therapists. 


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In cases where an urgent consultation may be necessary, your physician may contact us directly to schedule a more immediate appointment.



Step 2: Fill Out Forms

Help us get to learn a little bit about you before your appointment.

Prior to your first physical therapy appointment you will need to fill out a number of forms.  We know that your time is important to you so for your convenience we have provided many of these forms for you below.  Please complete all forms that are applicable to the reason you have scheduled your appointment and submit them at your earliest convenience.

For all patients:

Additional questionnaires for the body part you are seeking physical therapy for:

Miscellaneous Forms:

Step 3: Day Of Visit Preparation

What to expect at your first physical therapy visit.

You will be greeted by one of our receptionists at the front desk where you will sign in and provide them with your insurance information, prescription, and any forms that you may have prepared for us. At that time you will be asked to provide your co-payment if your insurance policy requires. You may also be provided with some additional paperwork to complete prior to your initial physical therapy exam. Once finished, your physical therapist will greet you and escort you to an examination room where you will discuss your symptoms.

How Can I Best Prepare For My Appointment?

In order to help speed up the patient registration process, please have the following documents, if applicable:

  • Arrive 10 to 15 minutes early.
  • Bring your insurance card/information.
  • Bring your physical therapy prescription, if you have one.
  • Wear loose fitting clothing.
  • Bring Photo Identification
  • Bring any pre-filled forms and paperwork regarding your medical history, functional limitations or privacy.
  • Bring the results of any tests you have (X-rays, MRI, CT, etc.) 

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