WHAT WE OFFER


EVALUATION

> PHYSICAL THERAPY OUTPATIENT EVALUATION: $90

The evaluation is the initial visit for all new patients or patients who haven’t been seen in over a year or have had a significant change in status (for example: following a surgery). The evaluation is performed by the physical therapist and includes discussion of medical history followed by a thorough examination of the injured/painful body parts, strength, flexibility, posture, and movement. The evaluation will also include implementation and instruction on an individualized home exercise program as well as other appropriate hands-on treatment as time allows.

> PHYSICAL THERAPY OUTPATIENT 60 MINUTE TREATMENT: $75

> PHYSICAL THERAPY OUTPATIENT 30 MINUTE TREATMENT: $45

These one-on-one follow-up sessions with your therapist are tailored to you. We start by assessing your progress and re-evaluating your posture and movement. We then continue with your individualized hands-on treatment, which may include: exercise progression, manual therapy, dry needling, cupping, taping, and/or pain modalities.

> PHYSICAL THERAPY HOME HEALTH EVALUATION: $99

For the Amish members in our community within a 10 mile radius of our clinic.

> PHYSICAL THERAPY HOME HEALTH TREATMENT: $85

For the Amish members in our community within a 10 mile radius of our clinic.

 

 
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TREATMENT OPTIONS

> TRIGGER POINT DRY NEEDLING: $45/session

Dry needling, or intramuscular therapy, is a technique designed to help treat pain and strengthen weak muscle groups. It involves inserting a small, sterile needle into specific areas of muscle called “trigger points.” These “trigger points” are tender, irritable spots in bands of tissue. Dry needling works best when combined with electrical stimulation. The results are often immediate with noticeable improvements in pain, range of motion, and your ability to move.

> CUPPING: $35/session

Cupping therapy is a treatment in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin to create suction. It can be used for many purposes including: pain relief, decreased inflammation, improved blood flow, relaxation and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

> ROCK TAPE: $15/body part

Rock tape is a type of kinesiology tape that, when applied properly, can help reduce pain and inflammation, delay muscle fatigue, normalize muscle tone, and distribute physical stress.

 

 
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ADDITIONAL THERAPIES

> NormaTec® Compression Therapy: $20/20 minute session, $40/40 min session

NormaTec is a compression therapy system that was designed by a physician bioengineer to increase blood flow and enhance recovery. It uses segmental compression to move fluid from the legs back to the heart for circulation. Whether you just ran a 5k or spent a long shift on your feet, NormaTec will have your legs feeling like new.

> Electrical Stimulation: $20/session

Electrical stimulation, or e-stim, is a type of physical therapy modality used to accomplish various tasks depending on the setting used. It can help improve pain, decrease inflammation, and improve strength.

> ThermoStim®: $25/session

ThermoStim is a soft-tissue mobilization tool that can be used to deliver heat to enhance the effects of warming the fascia and soft tissue during treatment. ThermoStim can also be used as cold therapy in combination with electrical stimulation to provide desensitization and increase comfort to the patient while significantly reducing treatment times.

This modality is particularly useful in treating ankle sprains, tennis elbow, and knee pain.

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> Ultrasound: $20/session

Therapeutic ultrasound is a treatment modality used to provide deep heating to soft tissues in the body. It can be particularly helpful with certain types of tendinitis.

> Custom Orthotics: $250

> Dartfish Movement Analysis: TBD

> ACL Injury Prevention: TBD

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