FAQs



In Tennessee, you do not need a referral or prescription to see a physical therapist for up to 6 visits. However, having a referral can be helpful with insurance reimbursement of the services provided. We will be happy to expedite your first few visits without a referral, but may ask you to seek a prescription from a physician after the first few visits. We can make a recommendation for a physician if needed.

  • neck and back pain/injuries
  • hand, wrist, and elbow injuries
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome/upper extremity neurovascular disorders
  • knee and hip injuries
  • shoulder injuries
  • foot and ankle pain/injuries
  • post-surgical rehabilitation
  • sports injuries
  • arthritis
  • general weakness/conditioning
  • upper extremity lymphedema management

Your initial appointment will last approximately one hour. After your initial evaluation, your appointments will last approximately 45 minutes to one hour.

You will need to bring with you: your insurance card, valid i.d., script/prescription from your doctor, new patient paperwork; filling out the registration forms will expedite the registration process.

Most insurance companies do cover physical therapy. Our office staff can verify your insurance coverage and help you to understand your benefits.

For your convenience, we gladly accept cash, check and all major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express)

If your insurance requires a co-pay, co-insurance or deductible, these will be collected at the time of service. Our office staff will estimate the cost of each visit and collect at the time of service.