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Your First Visit

Thank you for scheduling your first visit with us and trusting us with your care!
We hope to answer any questions you might have below:

  • What should I bring to my first appointment?
    Referral from your physician ID card (e.g driver’s license) Insurance cards, if applicable Completed patient forms. Conveniently complete the digital forms that are emailed to you (preferred method) or print them out and bring them to your visit.
  • How long will my visits be?
    You can expect each visit to last about an hour (55-65 minutes). We try our best to provide an abundance of care in an efficient manner.
  • Where can I park?
    We have two reserved spaces in the garage at 400 S Beverly for patients at free of charge. The garage also has two handicap parking spots for patients with permits. If those are unavailable, there is ample metered parking on S Beverly Dr as well as free 2 hour parking on the North side of Olympic and in the neighborhood.
  • How should I dress?
    Dress in comfortable clothes that you can move and exercise in. Tennis shoes are also recommended.
  • What should I expect with my initial evaluation and treatment?
    During the initial evaluation, a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) will get a history of your injury/problem areas and will then perform a thorough assessment of your posture, movement analysis, range of motion and mobility, strength, balance, and overall function. From this assessment, an individualized treatment plan will be designed in order to help you achieve your specific goals. A plan of care and frequency of visits will be recommended by your clinician and they will likely send you home with some homework, also known as a home exercise program (HEP) Follow-up visits will vary depending on your specific needs and goals, but will generally consist of hands-on manual therapy, followed by your progressing exercise program, and whatever modalities (ice, heat, ultrasound, etc.) are recommended for your care.
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