When should I expect results from my therapy at Healthy U?

Most patients notice a change in symptoms after the first visit and resolution of symptoms after 6 weeks.


What makes us different?

There are several things that make Healthy U different. All of our PT's are hands-on.  We are firm believers in TEAM education which will enhance treatment effectiveness, furthermore, increasing your results. We strive to make your physical therapy experience as productive, fun, and results orientated as possible. In our office you see a physical therapist the entire time you are scheduled.


What do I need before I start Physical Therapy?

It is recommended that you obtain a prescription for physical therapy from your doctor before making your initial appointment.


What do I have to bring with me for my initial appointment?

We ask that you bring with you your prescription for physical therapy, your insurance card, and your driver’s license. These will be used in order to verify your insurance benefits. If the patient is a minor (under 18) they must be accompanied by an adult for their initial evaluation.


What do I wear to physical therapy?

We recommend that you wear clothing which is comfortable to work out in during your session.


How much does Physical Therapy cost?

Physical therapy sessions can vary in cost. We bill insurance companies according to each individual modality performed. If you do not have physical therapy benefits in your insurance plan then a self pay cost of $80.00-$100.00 per visit applies.


How often do I go to Physical Therapy?

The duration of your physical therapy is according to your physician’s orders. On average patients attend 2-3 times a week and are re-assessed every 4 weeks.


Is there a cancellation policy?

Yes. We encourage a 24 hour notice of cancellation. Frequent cancellations will inhibit your progress and ultimately effect your results and outcomes.


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