How long will my appointment be?
The initial consultation is 90 minutes, which allows for the therapist to do a comprehensive evaluation of your entire body as well as instruct you on your home program exercises. Each follow up appointment is between 45 minutes to an hour. We ask that you kindly arrive on time as to not detract from our other patient’s sessions.
What should I wear to my appointment?
Please dress comfortably to all visits. We suggest wearing sneakers and workout clothes that allow you to move freely. You will be expected to perform movement activities, after all “Physical” is in the name.
Do you take insurance?
Yes, we can utilize your insurance. Due to the fact that each insurance company has many plans, the best way we can help determine what your out of pocket costs will be is for you to provide us with the name of your insurance company, the Member ID#, and your full name and date of birth. Click Here
Do I need to see my Doctor for a Physical Therapy prescription?
No. New Jersey is a Direct Access state. Direct Access means that you can seek out a physical therapy provider without having to see a physician first. All our clinicians are doctorate level Physical Therapists and are beyond capable to assess your movement dysfunctions.
What makes you different than other physical therapy clinics?
There are 2 main points that set us miles apart from the typical physical therapy model. First and foremost, we work completely one-on-one with our patients. We have no support staff and we do not double-book appointments. When you are in our office one of our doctorate level PTs will be with you and only you for an entire hour. In addition to working one-on-one with our clients, we also assess the entire body during our evaluations; not just individual body parts. We want to identify the root cause of the dysfunction giving you pain. Since pain can often radiate away from the source by identifying what is causing you pain, we can then more effectively treat the symptoms.
Are your PTs staying current with new techniques?
Yes. In order to maintain in good standing with their license, a PT in NJ is required 35 Continuing Education Credits. Our therapists are consistently exceeding that number. They try to attend classes on a quarterly basis to stay up to date with the newest and most effective techniques to best help their patients. All our Physical therapists have gone through advanced Physical Therapy education to make them more proficient in treating orthopedic and sports related injuries.