Thank you for choosing Montgomery Physical Therapy for your rehabilitation care needs! We want your first visit with us to be an excellent one, giving you all the information that you need and want to achieve you and your physician’s goals. So that we can assist you quickly during your first evaluation visit, please print and complete our patient forms and bring them with you, as well as your driver’s license or ID and your insurance card(s) so that we may have copies for our file. Again, thank you for choosing us and we look forward to treating you!
Before making your first physical therapy appointment please have the following:
- Prescription/Referral for Physical Therapy
- Completed New Patient Forms
- Driver's License
- Insurance Card(s)
We are Handicap accessible
Initial Visit — all about your first visit with MPT!
Who will see me?
You will be evaluated by one of our licensed and highly trained physical therapists and he/she will also treat you during subsequent visits. Unlike some clinics where you see someone different each visit, we feel it is very important to develop a one-on-one relationship with you to maintain continuity of care. Since only one physical therapist knows your problems best, he/she is the one that will be working closely with you to speed your recovery.
How should I dress?
You should wear loose fitting clothing so the therapist will have access to the area that we will be evaluating and treating. For example, if you have a knee problem, it is best to wear loose fitting shorts. For a shoulder problem, a tank top is a good choice, and for low back problems, wear a loose fitting shirt and pants, again so we can perform a thorough examination.
How long will each treatment last?
Treatment sessions typically last 50 to 65 minutes per visit.
Office Appointment Policy:
24-hour notice is required for all rescheduling and/or cancellations of any appointments.
Cancelled Initial Evaluations on the day of the appointment will require a $75 pre-payment before rescheduling.
3 consecutive cancellations and/or no-shows will result in termination of care with a Discharge letter sent to your referring Physician.