Patient Information

Your First Visit

We ask our patients to come 15 minutes early for their first visit to allow ample time to fill out all the necessary paperwork and insurance information. Please bring your insurance card and some form of ID such as a drivers License.

Your Initial Examination with the physical therapist will last about an hour, plus additional time for exercises. Follow-up appointments with the Physical Therapist will last half an hour with additional time for performing your exercises. Some patients may receive ice, moist heat, or electrical stimulation after their appointment as well.

We ask that you wear comfortable clothing that allows for freedom of movement and exposure of the area we are treating during your visit. We offer a private treatment room, changing room, and private bathroom as well.

Please bring all pertinent information including Physician prescriptions, medical histories, MRI and X-Ray reports.

Registration Forms

Patients will be required to fill out a Medical History Form, as well as some other Insurance Forms. Please click on the button below to obtain the patient forms.

Insurances Accepted

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What insurance plans do you accept?
    • We accept PPO/POS plans for most insurance companies. Although most insurance companies cover physical therapy, what they cover specifically varies greatly. Please contact our office so we can verify your specific plan benefits.
  • Is your facility handicap accessible?
    • Yes, the building has a ramp on the outside of the building and an elevator that can be used to reach our office on the 2nd floor.
  • Do I need a prescription/referral for Physical Therapy?
    • In New Jersey, you get direct access to Physical Therapy and don’t need doctor’s prescription/referral to start treatment. However, some insurance plans may require a referral from a Medical Doctor to reimburse for Physical Therapy services. Please contact us to find out if you need a prescription/referral.
  • What is Physical Therapy?
    • Physical Therapy is a branch of rehabilitative health that uses individually designed exercises and treatments to reduce patients pain and restore normalized function.
  • Does Physical Therapy hurt?
    • Physical Therapy is not supposed to hurt. Patients may experience some soreness and fatigue after a session, but these symptoms are usually short lived. If you experience pain during or after a session you should discuss this with you Physical Therapist. Treatments are never set in stone and can always be changed based on patient status.