Medicare guidelines dictate that those covered under Medicare Part B must see a Medicare provider for physical therapy services. However, we can provide other services that are beneficial such as Total Body Stretching, or if you have met your Medicare physical therapy annual cap, then we are permitted to treat you with physical therapy services.
While we do not file health insurance for you, please let us know if you have Out of Network health insurance benefits, and we will provide an invoice with the required information for you to submit to your insurance provider. The invoice will include the clinic information, ICD-10 codes, and the amount that you paid out [...]
Please call us 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment to cancel or reschedule.
We prefer a check or cash, but for your convenience, we also accept secure credit card payments using Square.
Florida currently allows direct access to outpatient physical therapy services for up to 30 days without a physician referral. That means you can schedule an appointment and begin feeling physical improvements immediately, without a formal referral! If your treatment takes longer than 30 consecutive calendar days, you can obtain a referral/prescription for Physical Therapy from [...]
Absolutely! If you are accompanied by a friend or family member, they may join you in the treatment room during your session or wait in reception if you prefer.
Wear comfortable, stretchy or loose work-out type clothing that allows the therapist to access the area being treated. For example, if you have a knee injury, shorts would be ideal. If you have a shoulder injury, perhaps a loose shirt. You are welcome to change into comfortable clothing here.
Please complete our New Patient Form and all other Intake Forms prior to your appointment so you do not lose any treatment time. All forms will be emailed after setting up your Initial Evaluation. If you cannot complete online, we ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill out on our device here.
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Great question! PT is a very physical experience and treatments can be uncomfortable at times, but we will always aim to be as gentle as possible, causing minimal discomfort, and you can be our guide. Most patients agree that it’s a good kind of pain, like the stretch one would feel during an intense workout, [...]