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We are ready to be your partner in rehabilitation.
Together, we will work as one team to reach your goals.
Before your first Appointment
First, please simply call us to schedule your evaluation.
Our goal is to offer an appointment within 48 hours of your call.
If you have a referral from your physician, please bring it to your first visit. If you selected us without a referral that’s great!
North Carolina law allows patients to have direct access to physical therapy services without a physician referral.
Some insurance companies still require a physician referral, but once we have your insurance information, we can find out the specific forms required by your insurance and help you obtain them.
We accept most major insurance plans as a in-network provider for:
Please call and we will be happy to verify your insurance coverage.
Don’t have insurance? That’s ok. We strive to offer exceptional value with competitive self pay rates.
If this is your first visit with us, we need you to complete the new patient forms. For your convenience,
you can access the forms in advance of your appointment by clicking the links below.
If you prefer paper, just arrive a bit early to your appointment so you have time to complete the forms. For your first appointment, please bring a photo ID, your insurance card(s), and wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing or athletic wear.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Physical therapy is a non-invasive treatment that helps individuals develop, maintain and restore maximum body movement and physical function
All physical therapists are required to receive a graduate degree – either a masters or a clinical doctorate — from an accredited physical therapist program before taking the national licensure examination that allows them to practice.
Physical therapists are trusted health care professionals with extensive clinical experience who examine, diagnose, and then prevent or treat conditions that limit the body’s ability to move and function in daily life.
Many Americans are needlessly suffering from pain because they don’t know that physical therapists are well equipped to treat painful conditions.
Physical therapists are experts at treating movement and musculoskeletal disorders. Pain often accompanies a movement disorder, and physical therapists can help correct the disorder and relieve the pain.
Give us a call to schedule your evaluation and discuss a treatment plan. New patient evaluations are typically scheduled within 24-48 hours.
Appointments are available Monday to Saturday including early morning and late evening hours to accommodate your schedule.
North Carolina law allows patients to have direct access to physical therapy services without a physician referral (assuming your condition is within the scope of physical therapy practice). This is determined by your therapist.
YES! As a patient, you ALWAYS have a choice when selecting your healthcare providers, including physical therapy.
We encourage you to explore your options to find a physical therapy practice capable of providing all your rehabilitation needs.
We are currently in-network providers for Medicare, Tricare, BCBS, UHC, Cigna, Humana, Aetna/Coventry, Medcost, Allign, Corvel, Medrisk, Meritain, pediatric Medicaid (up to age 18), and others.
Give us a quick call and we’ll be happy to verify your insurance coverage.
That’s ok! We make every effort to offer competitive cash treatment rates.
The initial evaluation charge is $95 and subsequent treatment sessions are $75.
Please call us if you’d like additional information regarding our package discounts.
We accept cash, checks, and most major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX).
Arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment, and bring photo identification, such as a drivers license. And your insurance card (if you have one).
We’ll ask for all relevant information about your medical history and current medications.
Please complete applicable new patient documentation found on our Patient Forms page.
Comfortable, loose fitting clothes or athletic wear and tennis shoes.
Each visit typically lasts 1 hour. Depending on the injury, you may require 1-3 visit per week for 4-8 weeks. Your therapist will discuss a detailed treatment plan during your first visit.
Unlike other clinics, where you may see someone different each visit, we feel it is very important to develop a one-on-one relationship with you to maintain continuity of care.
You will be evaluated by one of our licensed and highly trained physical therapists and work closely with them throughout your rehabilitation.
This consistency allows your therapist to provide the most effective treatments to accelerate your recovery.
During your first visit, you can expect your therapist to discuss the following:
Pain intensity, what makes it worse and what makes it better.
How the injury is impacting your daily activities and your functional limitations.
Personal goals for your physical therapy care.
Medications, tests, and procedures related to your health.
Your therapist will then perform the objective evaluation which may include some of the following:
Palpation – touching around the area of the pain/problem in order to check for tenderness, swelling, soft tissue integrity, tissue temperature, inflammation, etc.
Range of Motion (ROM) – your therapist will move the joint(s) to check for the quality of movement and any restrictions.
Muscle Testing – your therapist may check for strength and the quality of the muscle contraction.
Neurological Screening – your therapist may check to see how the nerves are functioning by checking sensation and reflexes.
Special Tests – your therapist may perform specific maneuvers to confirm/rule out the presence of pathology.
Posture Assessment – to analyze balance, alignment and motion.
Your therapist will analyze the information to create a prioritized problem list and a treatment plan to address those problems. This includes how many times you should see your therapist per week, how many weeks you will need therapy, home programs, education, and your treatment goals. This plan is created with input from you, and your doctor.