Frequently Asked Questions

What makes you different from other physical therapy clinics? 

At Health Motion we pride ourselves in offering highly personalized, hands-on, manual physical therapy. Patients spend 30 min one-on-one with their PT each visit using manual therapy techniques targeted at locating and resolving the source of your dysfunction and pain. Then patients work on specifically designed exercises programs to correct the issue. This empowers the patient to take control of their issue and gives them things they can do on a regular basis to decrease pain and restore function. You will see improvement each visit. We work very hard to fully resolve each case regardless of any barriers that come up.

What is the difference between physical therapy and chiropractic? 

Chiropractors specialize in restoring movement of the spinal joints. Physical therapists specialize in improving the function of: all joints, similar to chiropractic with the spine, but also muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and other soft tissues as well as correcting dysfunctional movement patterns. These other structures and poor movement patterns are often the reason the joints aren’t working well in the first place. 

Do you accept my insurance? 

You can view accepted insurance here. 

How much does a visit cost without insurance? 

$125.00 / visit 

Is there financial help available? 

We accept care credit. We take care to work on payment options with our patients that need help with this

What diagnoses do you treat? 

We treat a vast number of ailments which you can find listed on our website here.

How long will I be in physical therapy? 

This is truly different for every patient. During your first visit you will work with your physical therapist to determine your plan of care. This considers your current function in relation to your optimal function and what treatment program will help you achieve those goals. 

Do I need a referral from my doctor? 

You do NOT need a referral from your doctor for physical therapy. We will send your doctor a report from your first visit that explains the plan of care your physical therapist has put together for you. We will ask your doctor to sign off on that plan of care. Some insurances require this step for payment.