A full body assessment with focus on identifying movement dysfunctions, and treating your entire neuromuscular system/body, instead of focusing on one area of pain or injury.
A 75 minute comprehensive full body assessment including full functional movement pattern assessment, range of motion, muscle strength, core initiation, and postural assessment. Clients will receive hands on treatment of soft tissue restrictions, and corrective exercises are prescribed to address mobility and postural limitations.
60 minute re-assessment, manual treatment, and corrective exercise prescription. Multiple session packages are available.
45 minute re-assessment and corrective exercise prescription via video conferencing.
Wellness screens directly assess certain postures and are largely focused on bringing postural awareness to a patient depending on the position that is assessed. Education is a huge focus in these sessions, and patient will go home with strategies that will make them more aware of their sitting, standing, and balanced postures.
A 45 minute assessment of your unsupported sitting posture. Karly will evaluate your ability to find your base of support, vertical spinal alignment, and manually facilitate proper alignment. Soft tissue/ joint restrictions are identified and mobility exercises and self correction strategies will be provided.
You will receive a trigger point massage tool at your first session, and Karly will identify the key restrictions in your body so you can optimize your progress at home.
A 45 minutes assessment of your vertical posture in a standing position. You will be educated on proper alignment of your thorax, ribcage, pelvis, and your therapist will manually guide you through correction into efficient alignment. Soft tissue and joint restrictions are identified and corrective exercises and self corrections strategies will be provided. Recommended after the comfy seat assessment.
A 45 minutes assessment of your static and dynamic balance, using a combination of balance tests, and functional assessments. Self corrective strategies will be provided, and exercises prescribed to address limitations found in assessment.
This is a 30 minute exercise based follow up training session to continue to work on your sitting/standing posture or balance. Exercises prescribed will be directly related to soft tissue restrictions your therapist found in the assessment that limits your body from accessing proper alignment or optimal balance. Your mobility program will be progressed.
Function. Motion. Prevention.
Our therapists provide their wellness classes through Free Movement Pilates, LLC. Please refer to their website for more information on taking private Pilates sessions, classes, or Tai Chi classes/workshops with one of our physical therapists. Wellness class schedule and link below.
FMP Physical Therapy is not a participating provider with any insurance plan. We have found, based on experience, that one hour treatment sessions are significantly more effective then 30 or even 45 minute treatment sessions in order to provide appropriate re-assessment, manual treatment, corrective exercises, and the education that will help a patient maintain what was taught/treated in the session. We would not be able to provide the level of individualized care we provide at the rates insurance companies currently pay for physical therapy treatment.
If you are concerned with reimbursement, we encourage you to contact your insurance company and ask about your "Out-Of-Network Physical Therapy" benefits. Make it clear that you will be providing payment at time of visit, and that you would like to know what will be reimbursed. You can often find claim forms on their website and upon request, we can provide a receipt for service with treatment codes.
A $50 administration fee will be added if additional paperwork is required for insurance reimbursement.
FMP Physical Therapy is not a participating Medicare provider, and can only accept Medicare beneficiaries as patients when the patient requests that Medicare not be billed or involved in payment for their physical therapy services. If you do want Medicare involved in payment for your services, we can recommend local clinics that participate in Medicare, but will be unable to provide you with treatment at our clinic.