What to expect on
Your First Visit
We welcome all new patients to visit this page to learn about what to expect on your first appointment. Our staff are always happy to chat with you if you have any questions.
Getting you better faster.
Setting up an appointment doesn't need to be a daunting task. Follow this guide to booking your appointment with us or call us if you need any assistance. We are more than happy to help you with any and all questions you might have.
Before You Visit
After You Visit
At Your First Visit
What to expect during one of our consultations
When you arrive please check in with our front desk. If it is your first time you will be asked to fill out your intake forms if you haven't already.
Detailed History Taking.
It is routine for our therapists to have a detailed interview regarding your medical and/or injury history. This helps us better understand your problem and create tailored solutions.
Objective Physical Assessment.
We use a variety of clinical tests to get to the bottom of your complaint. Often we will take measurements to track your progress.
After completing the assessment, your therapist will determine the most appropriate management for your injury and recommend a treatment plan. Our care coordinators at the front desk will help set up your treatment schedule.
After treatment, find your way back to the front desk where our care coordinators will guide you through any questions you may have with billing, insurance, and setting up your appointment schedule according to your individualized treatment plan.
What else to bring?
• If you have a referral from your doctor please bring this along. You do not require a referral to come see us.
• If you have imaging studies/reports done (X-ray, Ultrasound, CT, MRI, etc.) please bring along a copy for our provider.
• Bring along your insurance information. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident please bring along your insurance company’s name, policy number, claim number, as well as the adjuster’s name and telephone number so we can bill your insurance provider.
• Bring any specific equipment that may be relevant to your problematic area. This may include walking aids, braces, specific footwear, insoles, and other assistive devices.