Frequently Ask Questions:

Q: What should I bring to my first visit?
        -A prescription for PT, OT, or SLP from your referring care provider.
        -Your insurance information
        -Get ahead by completing our intake and screening forms.

Q: How often will I need to come to therapy?
     A: The number of visits per week and the number of weeks will depend on the severity of your symptoms and the plan of care you and your therapist discuss.

Q: How long are the appointments?
     A: A typical evaluation will be scheduled for 60 minutes. Follow up appointments range from 30 minutes to 60 minutes.

Q: How should I dress?
     A: Dress comfortably. We can supply shorts and gowns if needed for treatment and exercise.

Q: Are your offices handicap accessible?
    A: Yes

Q: What happens when I am finished with therapy?
     A: We offer several options for health and wellness so you can continue to progress toward your strength and fitness goals. We offer specialized programming in senior fitness, weight loss and sport performance. out more by visiting our wellness page for more information about individual training, fitness classes.

Q: What are your hours of operation?
     A: Our hours vary between facilities, services, classes. Please visit our wellness calendar to find out more about what’s happening right now or contact us!

Q: I bring a friend with me to the gym?
     A: Yes! You get 2 guest passes per month.

Q: Do you offer a day pass if I’ve used my 2 guest passes?
     A: We offer day passes for $5!

Q: When is the best time to workout?



Q: What insurance policies do you accept?
     A: We accept most insurance policies and medicare. For more information about medicare please go to .

Q: How much will my co-pay be for therapy?
     A: That depends on your insurance carrier and your plan. We will provide an insurance pre-authorization at or before your first appointment so you know.

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