Frequently asked questions about
Each session lasts approximately 45 minutes to an hour. You are seen, ONE-ON-ONE with your therapist for most of this time.
There are many physical therapy approaches to a patient’s symptoms. If one way, or one therapist, did not achieve success for you, it is quite possible that another approach will be successful. Our physical therapists work hard to find the “root” cause of your symptoms. We take pride in finding the “right treatment” for the “right patient.”
Yes. In fact, The American Physical Therapy Association has passed the initiative that ALL PT’s must attain their Doctorate by the year 2020. Presently, all PT programs in America are Doctorate Programs. On average, it takes 7 years to achieve your Doctorate in PT.
Since we specialize in manual “hands-on” therapy, every patient undergoes assessment and treatment for joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, trigger point release, cross friction massage, positional release, contract/relax techniques, and many others. Focused one on one attention during all your PT sessions will ensure success in your therapeutic goals.