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Questions to Ask When Looking for a Physical Therapist

When you decide you need a physical therapist, there are things you should consider. Therapy can include rehab or physiotherapy. The therapist can assist you with the movement of your joints. If you become disabled or injured, this might be the preferred treatment. You will want to ensure that the therapist has the right credentials to assist you with your condition and the treatment will be the most effective option for your circumstances. The following are key questions to ask when you are in the process of finding a physical therapist.

  • What expertise do you have?
    You want to find a physical therapist that has experience with the particular condition that you have. There are many forms of physical therapy including physiotherapy and rehab. Somebody who is permanently disabled may require different treatment than somebody recovering from an injury.

  • Will your treatment cause me to become dependent on you for relief?
    The purpose of going to a physical therapist is to increase or restore mobility and movement. In other circumstances it is to relieve muscle pain. Going to the therapist can be effective, but ideally you will become self-sufficient over the course of time. Ask about what can be done from home to relieve pain without having to make an office visit. The therapist might show you an exercise or prescribe a medicine for you to administer from home.

  • Will my health insurance cover my physical therapy?
    Health insurance plans all vary. If you have a health care plan through your employer, check with your human resources department for clarification on what will and won't be covered for your physical therapy visits.
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    Walpole Physical Therapy Services
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    420 Main St Ste 1, Walpole, MA 02081
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    "Definitely helped me with my injury. Highly recommend Walpole Physical Therapy ..."
    Flex Plus Physical Therapy
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    251 W Central St Ste 30, Natick, MA 01760
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    Come to our clinic for complete physical therapy and joint rehabilitations. We offer orthopedic specialists, sports medicine and TMJ treatment. Our staff is waiting for your call today.

    "Excellent care and Customer Service. Convenient Payment Plans available. Highly Recommended ..."
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    There are plenty of men and women who work in the physical therapy field. If you enjoy assisting adults and children with physical rehabilitation, muscle movement and joint functioning, this can be an excellent field to get into. As a physiotherapy professional, you typically work in a rehabilitation center, doctor’s clinic or medical facility. Therapists in this line of work often assist disabled adults, individuals that have been in accidents and people who have suffered from a sports injury. This is a unique and interesting branch of medicine, and it can certainly be emotionally tiring and rewarding at times.

    There is some special schooling and training involved with this field. In fact, most people who work in physiotherapy need to acquire a certification or degree in physical therapy beforehand. This schooling helps you learn a great deal about proper joint care, impaired mobility, how to restore muscles and injury pain relief. Just so you realize, there are a lot of fitness and exercise regimens involved with physical therapy and rehabilitation. This means you may have to help people exercise their legs, back muscles, arms and neck at times. You may also have to examine the limbs or joints of disabled individuals in order to make sure they are making progress. The salary you make as a therapist in this field varies depending on your expertise or experience, and the rehabilitation clinic you work at.

    In this line of work, you will get to meet and work with all kinds of men, women and children that need your professional help and expertise.



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