By athleteplus • July 27, 2016 • Comments Off on Direct Access
Direct Access means you can be evaluated by a physical therapist without a physician’s prior referral in all 50 states. Physical therapists are well-qualified, both through formal education and clinical training, to evaluate a patient’s condition, assess his or her physical therapy needs and, if appropriate, safely and effectively treat the patient.
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I was a good experience at learning new abilities. It made me a lot stronger and I fell like it made a better athlete. In basketball a lot. I thought I was a lot of help for me.
It was a good experience and it really help me during the exercises. I was treated and helpful and I will come back.
I started my physical therapy in a significant amount of pain. After a couple weeks I stopped taking pain medicine because I was experiencing so much relief from pain. The staff was so helpful and knowledgeable. Every visit was a positive experience.
great experience! Met some new friends and i got to learn so much from just watching you guys work. i’m a visual learner so yeah. i have helped some other people with knee injuries because i learned so much. maybe thats why i kept asking so many questions RODNEY!!!!
I feel 100% better than when I arrived. Great Staff , Good program , Thanks for getting me back on track.
Very professional and kind people who answered each question I had throughout the Low Back Program
Professional staff who are concerned about their patients. Also best program ever.
they defiantly helped me get my knees back to where i wanted them and even make them stronger.
It was amazing that I walked in with such pain and weakness that I thought I was going to be on disability and the next step was a wheelchair. After 18 weeks of work with the trainers, I feel that I have a new expectation that I can do anything.
Very enjoyable. Instruction was concise and focus on my injury was expertly addressed. Chris let me describe in detail my injury and built a program specific to treating my issue.