1. What is the educational background of the physical therapist(s)?
The physical therapists at Conshohocken Physical Therapy have Doctorate degrees in Physical Therapy.
2. What is the certification of the provider(s)?
All the therapists at Conshohocken Physical Therapy are certified by the state of Pennsylvania to provide Physical Therapy.
3. Who provides the majority of my treatment?
You will be treated by a state licensed Physical Therapist for at least 30 minutes during every visit.
4. Where is the facility located?
We are conveniently located at 20 East 11th Avenue in Conshohocken. From the Conshohocken Bridge, go to 11th avenue and make a right. The office is the first building on the left.
5. What insurances are accepted?
We accept most major insurance plans. Medicare, worker’s compensation and motor vehicle insurance plans are also welcome. Our staff will verify your insurance benefits prior to your first visit and let you know what responsibility you may have, such as deductible, copay or co-insurance.
6. What if Conshohocken Physical Therapy is not in my insurance carrier’s network?
If Conshohocken Physical Therapy is not “in network” with your insurance carrier, and it requires you to pay an out of pocket deductible, we will offer you a “Satisfaction Guarantee”. Read our Out of Network Policy here.
7. Do I need a prescription from my doctor?
No. In the state of Pennsylvania, Licensed direct access sites can provide physical therapy without a prescription. Conshohocken Physical Therapy is a licensed direct access site.
8. When should I start Physical Therapy?
If you have undergone a surgical procedure or suffered a fracture, your doctor will let you know when it is appropriate to start your rehabilitation. More often, the sooner you initiate your physical therapy services, the quicker you will recover.
9. What should I expect my first visit?
Your therapist will perform a comprehensive evaluation of your condition. They will educate you regarding your diagnosis, discuss the findings of the evaluation and determine your goals. An appropriate plan of care will then be established and sent to your physician for their approval.
10. What will I do after my therapy is over?
One of our goals is to educate our patients as to the cause of their condition and how to prevent future occurrences, or self treat if the symptoms should re-appear. All of our patients are given a home exercise program that, in most cases, should be continued to maintain the progress they have made. Patients who have been discharged can join a program that allows them to continue using the facility to maintain their progress or address other areas of need.
11. What geographic areas do you service?
Because of our location in Conshohocken, conveniently accessible from both Rt. 476 and Rt. 76, we are able to serve clients from Montgomery County PA and beyond. The majority of our patients come from roughly a 10 mile radius of our office, including West Conshohocken, Plymouth Meeting, Lafayette Hill, Gladwyne, Bridgeport, Villanova, Wayne, Bryn Mawr, Blue Bell, King of Prussia, Norristown, Radnor, Roxborough, and more.