Do I need a physician's script to come to physical therapy?
It depends on your insurance. If you have an injury and issue that you believe can be helped by physical therapy, ask your insurance if a doctor’s script is necessary for you. If you are attending physical therapy on a cash pay arrangement, you do not need a script.
What can I expect at an appointment?
Our physical therapy sessions are generally about 45 minutes long. You will need to arrive at least 15 minutes early to your first session. The first session is primarily an evaluation where the physical therapist will listen to your concerns and assess your movement, strength, and other impairments. Then, the physical therapist will great a plan or program to help you get better and address your goals.
What should I wear to physical therapy?
Loose fitting athletic clothes.
Wear clothing that easily exposes the body part(s) of concern.
A change of shoes/slippers to wear inside the gym.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
If referred from another provider, a copy of your script if it hasn’t already been faxed over to our clinic.
A photo ID and Insurance card.
A list of current medications.
To make the check-in process go more quickly, print and fill out the New Patient Intake Forms to bring to your first visit.
Do you treat children at your clinic?
Yes, we typically treat children 7 years and older.
Do you accept my insurance?
We accept almost every insurance coverage in the state!
Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska
Federal Blue Cross
Northwest Sheet Metal Worker’s
Do you have parking facilities?
Free Parking is available in front and around the Medical Centre.