Frequently Asked Questions

What are your hours?

Our clinic is open from 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday-Friday. Most appointments can be scheduled within 24 hours.

We are conveniently located off the Route 9 North (US Highway 9 North) near the Woodbridge Mall (5min away, 1.2 mile) and Woodbridge Train Station (5min away, 1.1 mile). See contact section for more information.

Will my insurance pay for treatment. What would I have to pay each visit?

We accept most health insurance plans.Most insurance plans cover outpatient therapy. Usually, there is a deductible and/or a co-payment for each visit depending on the plan. Contact us for further information.

Do I need to be referred by my doctor?

Some insurance plans require a physician referral. Medicare patients are required to have a doctor's referral for physical therapy.

What do I need to bring?

On your initial visit, please bring doctors orders for physical therapy if applicable, any applicable insurance referrals or referral numbers, your insurance card, photo ID ( eg- drivers license) and any other appropriate billing information. Any available medical reports and diagnostic imaging reports — MRI, CT Scanner, X-Ray, Bone Density etc.

What should I wear?

All physical therapy exams are private. Loose-fitting, comfortable clothing for exercises are recommended. You may want to wear or bring shorts if we are treating an ankle or knee.

How long is each visit?

The first visit, the initial evaluation, takes about one hour. Each follow-up visit will take about 45 to 60 minutes.

What should I expect during my initial visit?

To initiate a program of therapy, the therapist examines the patient. This includes obtaining a patient history, performing relevant systems reviews, and selecting and administering specific tests and measurements to obtain data.

In addition to the evaluation, what else will be involved in my first treatment?

Therapists may use one or a combination of the following interventions on the first visit to achieve treatment goals:

Therapeutic exercises including Home Exercise Program

Manual therapy techniques (soft tissue and joint mobilization)

Physical agents, Electrotherapeutic modalities (to alleviate the pain, decrease the inflammation)

How often are my treatments?

Frequency and duration of treatment will be determined by the referring physician or after the initial evaluation by your therapist. The typical frequency is 2-3 times per week depending on the condition.

What can I do to get better while I'm at home?

Your therapy program will include a home program to be carried out independently. Our therapist uses patient-related instruction to educate not only the patient but also families and other care givers when necessary, about the patient's current condition, treatment plan, and future transition to home, work and recreational activities.