As the situation with COVID-19 evolves, you may be aware that several city, county or state entities have implemented or are in the process of implementing ‘shelter in place’ orders for all non-essential activity. Physical and Occupational Therapy have been deemed “Essential healthcare services”. We have been permitted and encouraged to continue to operate in order to reduce pain, improve function and enhance the lives of people suffering from musculoskeletal and other ailments. Delaying treatment could mean additional expense, prolonged pain or further disability. Click here to learn more about the steps we are taking to help to prevent infection and the limit spread of the virus.

Introducing Telehealth

While our locations remain open for in-person visits, we are proud to offer Telehealth for individuals who want to take additional safety precautions, who are unable to do in-person visits or would prefer the convenience of a virtual appointment. This is an excellent alternative solution to treat your pain or receive quality movement and exercise guidance. Please read below to learn more about Telehealth as well as answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

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How to start your Telehealth Physical Therapy or Functional Movement visit:

At this time our Telehealth visits are conducted through a very simple program called “zoom.com.” Patients can use a smartphone, tablet or computer. Don’t worry, our specialist will walk you through the use of this program.You will get an email invite from your physical therapist / movement specialist listing the date and time for your telehealth session. Ten minutes before your appointment time, click on the link that is in the invitation. This will initiate your appointment by putting you in a virtual waiting room. Your specialist will join you at the appointment time and begin your session.