We participate with most health insurances. You will be responsible for your copay or deductible at each session.
We participate with
Anthem Blue Cross
Self Pay options
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Physical Therapy?
Physical Therapy is a hands-on approach that includes treatment as well as education for the whole body. At DPT, your treatment will begin with an Examination, Diagnosis and a Treatment for your specific problem or injury. The second focus of your treatment is Education; including Proper Posture, Body Mechanics, Prevention of Further Injuries and Consultation.
How can Physical Therapy help me?
At DPT we treat patients with a variety of diagnoses. Our focus is on helping you improve through a plan tailored for you with what is important to you to achieve. We will work with you the entire time to be sure you are treated in the most effective way.
What do I have to do to go to Physical Therapy?
A prescription or a referral from your doctor may be needed, depending upon your insurance plan. You can see a Physical Therapist directly if you are paying out of pocket.
What can I expect on the first visit?
On the first visit, there is a small amount of paperwork to fill out. You will then be evaluated by a physical therapist. The therapist will discuss your current problem with you privately, asking questions to get a clear picture of the history of your problem.
The therapist will then have you do certain movements and activities to see exactly how you are moving, your range of motions and test your strength. Treatment is started on the first visit also.
Will I see the same therapist each time?
At DPT, we always try to have you seen consistently by the therapist that evaluates you. As long as your schedule and the therapists schedule coincides, the same therapist will see you. If not, you will be informed of this while scheduling and you have the option to be seen by another therapist.
Will I always be treated by a Physical Therapist?
Yes, at DPT we only have licensed Physical Therapists on staff.
Do I have to go to the Physical Therapy office that the doctor recommends?
No, the patient can choose the physical therapist they want to go to even though the doctor may recommend a particular office. You should be sure the therapy office is a participating provider for your insurance carrier or you will be responsible for the bill and/or out of network costs.