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What does Full Potential need from you?

Jul30th 2020

Your therapist’s job becomes much easier and your progress will be much smoother if you arrive on time and you attend your appointments consistently. In addition, doing your home exercise program as requested will ensure better progress. Your therapist needs you to make therapy one of your primary priorities for at least four weeks depending

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How many sessions will I need?

Jul30th 2020

Each patient’s needs are different and this will determine how many visits will be needed to reach your goals. Your needs are based on your diagnosis, age, prior level of function, and current status. Your therapist will be able to give you an estimate after their evaluation on the first visit.

What do I wear?

Jul30th 2020

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.

What type of payment do you accept?

Jul30th 2020

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 you and your insurance company and that we are obligated to

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What should I bring to my first appointment?

Jul30th 2020

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 adjuster or case manager contact names, phone number, and claim number.

How do I know if I need physical therapy?

Jul30th 2020

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 the usual time frame for healing. Your pain is better from

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What is Direct Access?

Jul30th 2020

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 this point, if the patient has not progressed enough to continue

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What should I expect at my first appointment?

Jul30th 2020

At your first visit, your therapist will do a thorough interview to obtain an understanding of your unique situation and what you want to accomplish. Secondarily, they will do an evaluation of your injured area and all related areas to determine the scope of your problem. The PT will then discuss their findings and what

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What payments do you accept?

Jul30th 2020

We accept cash, check, debit or credit cards.  We are happy to discuss payment plan options as well.  It is our policy that payment is made at the time of service for your cost-share. It is important to remember that your cost-share is an agreement between you and your insurance company and that we are

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What if I don’t have insurance coverage?

Jul30th 2020

We offer private pay programs for patients that do not have insurance coverage. This fee is due at the time of service.  Please call our office for additional details regarding our private pay program.