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  • What is physical therapy?

    Who do we help?  Physical Therapy is a profession whose primary focus is helping people overcome physical impairments and so improves their ability to function in their world. This definition covers a wide range of problems that people may experience. As a result, we...

  • What is Direct Access?

    Since January of 2015, people in Michigan can access the services of a physical therapist directly without a referral from their physician. This is called “direct access”. The current law allows for a patient to receive 10 visits over a 21 day period. From...

  • How do I know if I need physical therapy?

    The most basic reason is you have had a recent strain or sprain from a fall, car accident, sports injury, etc. and you want to ensure it will heal properly and in the shortest time possible. You have ongoing pain that is extending beyond...

  • How do I schedule an appointment

    Scheduling an appointment is easy, just call our office and our friendly staff will get your referral and insurance information, and set you up with an appointment for your initial evaluation. We advise to schedule out 3-4 weeks so you get the times you...

  • What should I bring to my first appointment?

    To bring on your first visit: Please bring your prescription from your doctor, your insurance card, and photo identification. Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment to fill out patient forms. In case of an auto accident or worker’s compensation also bring any insurance...

  • What should I expect on my first appointment?

    Your initial visit will last an hour to an hour and 15 minutes. Please arrive 15 minutes early to get your forms filled out so your evaluation can start on time. Initially, your therapist will do a thorough interview to obtain an understanding of...

  • Does insurance cover the cost of my treatment?

    Most insurance has PT benefits. If possible we will obtain your insurance information over the phone when we call to schedule your first appointment. We will then verify your insurance information and the details of your policy in terms of your coverage, deductible, co-pay...

  • What type of payment do you accept?

    We accept cash, check, debit or credit cards. It is our policy that payment is made at the time of service for your co-insurance, co-payment, or deductible if you have one. It is important to remember that your cost share is an agreement between...

  • What if I do not have insurance?

    We often do private pay programs with patients. The private pay fee is $95 per hour session and is due at the time of service.

  • What do I wear?

    Just wear comfortable clothing. If you are coming from work, we have shorts and gowns if needed to access your injured area. Tennis shoes are helpful when your program gets more active.