Do I Need a Physician's Referral?
Wisconsin law allows physical therapists to evaluate and treat patients through direct access. This model has consistently proven to enhance patient outcomes and reduce health care costs for musculoskeletal conditions.
What payment options do you take?
Payments are accepted with cash, check, and all major credit/debit cards including HSA and FSA cards. Itemized bills will be given after each visit to submit to insurance for reimbursement.
What Are Your Hours?
Does physical therapy hurt?
What should I expect on my first visit?
On your first visit, your physical therapist will perform an evaluation to determine what deficits and/or problems you have that can be addressed in physical therapy. The evaluation involves a thorough history, a systems review, and tests and measures that allow the physical therapist to get a more specific understanding of your condition. Your physical therapist will make a clinical judgment as to your diagnosis and prognosis. A treatment program will be developed aimed at resolving the problems identified as well as to attain the goals you set in conjunction with the physical therapist. If any problems or concerns arise out of our scope, your physician will be contacted directly.