Complete Care Physical Therapy FAQ NJ

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What Should I Expect When First Visiting Complete Care Physical Therapy?

Upon your initial visit, we will perform a thorough evaluation of your unique condition, including your history, assessments, tests, and measures to gain a more informed and precise understanding of your condition. Upon receiving this information, we will evaluate and determine a personalized treatment plan.

How Long is Each Visit?

Your initial visit may last up to 60 minutes. Because of our adherance to individualized physical therapy treatment, each patient's session length is based on their unique condition and complexity. We do not have a specific time limit for our sessions, and each is based on the type of injury and treatment method employed to restore function and health.

Will My Insurance Cover My Physical Therapy?

Most insurance companies cover physical therapy, however many offer varying degrees of specific coverage. At Complete Care Physical Therapy, we accept many insurances, and will work with you to better understand what coverage you have with your existing insurance policy.

What Should I Bring to My First Visit?

We ask that our first-time patients bring their current insurance card, as well as any medical documents or reports including MRI or X-Ray results.

Why Choose Physical Therapy?

Our goals are much like your own: to restore your health, reduce or eliminate pain, and regain your quality of living. At Complete Care Physical Therapy, we do not seek temporary results. We actively engage with our patients to promote life-long results and pain-free living. Our skilled and devoted physical therapists ensure that your time with us is both productive and rewarding, and we look at your visits as a means towards positive goals, not as an enduring process.

If you have any further questions about Complete Care Physical Therapy, contact us at (201) 773-0404.

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