Leaders in on-site Physical Therapy (PT)/Occupational Therapy (OT).
It is recommended that you obtain a prescription from your physician for physical or occupational therapy, as many insurances require this. Then call us to schedule your first visit, which will include evaluation and the development of a plan of care, based on the evaluation findings.
Wear or bring with you clothes that will be comfortable for you to move in. Shorts are helpful for treatment of the lower extremity and a short-sleeve t-shirt or tank top works well for shoulder or other upper extremity treatment. We do have hospital gowns too, if you prefer to change into one of these.
Your plan of care will be individualized to address your particular problems and goals and the deficits found during your evaluation. Physical and occupational therapy may consist of the following:
For the majority of patients we treat, we typically avoid working through increased levels of pain. There are exceptions to this, however, that are dependent upon the type of musculoskeletal injury you've had and the treatment goals and indications. This will always be discussed with you and your therapist will work within your tolerance. It isn't unusual to experience temporary soreness after the sessions, just as you would after exercising.
We are an outpatient clinic and most of our patients have experienced an orthopedic, sports, or work-related injury or are seen for post-surgical rehabilitation or pain relief. Some common diagnoses we treat include:
Each session will last about one hour.
Yes, we generally offer treatment from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. We will work with you to accommodate your scheduling needs, if they are outside of this range.
Yes, both the Brookfield and Glendale locations have plenty of free parking right outside the doors.
We will be happy to contact your insurance company, on your behalf, to verify our network status and your benefits.