Most definitely. If you believe that your patient will benefit from Physical Therapy before having surgery, then you’ve come to the right place! We will get them as prepared as possible. After surgery we can start the recovery process so they are healed correctly and able to resume back to their normal everyday life.

FAQs for Professionals

  • How do I go about getting my patient seen for Physical Therapy? +

    First thing that needs to be determined is if your patient will benefit from Physical Therapy. If the answer is yes, the next step to do is to fill out a prescription with the patient’s name, date of birth, diagnosis, the frequency and duration that you would like your patient to be seen for. The last step is to have your patient call and schedule their first initial evaluation. This appointment takes about an hour,

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  • Is there a Home Exercise Program that is assigned to the patient? +

    Yes there is. The patient will perform some exercises during their Physical Therapy session, from there, the treating therapist will give some exercises and directions to the patient to do at home that they feel will benefit them best.

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  • What method is used most in your Physical Therapy Office setting? +

    A combination of modalities and manual treatment followed by evidence based exercise program is what is commonly used in our practice. We find both hands on and modalities along with our specialization in teaching proper exercise or stretches recovers our patient faster with less return of symptoms or re-injury.

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  • Are pre-surgical patients welcomed at your facility? +

    Most definitely. If you believe that your patient will benefit from Physical Therapy before having surgery, then you’ve come to the right place! We will get them as prepared as possible. After surgery we can start the recovery process so they are healed correctly and able to resume back to their normal everyday life.

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When I first came to this office, I could barely move, was unable to sit, and was generally uncomfortable with low back pain from a herniated disc. Kristy was absolutely fantastic! She developed a program of treatment that was so helpful for not only the immediate problem, but for long term. Kristy has hands from heaven! Her manual techniques were so incredible, I will surely miss them.

- Glen W. -