East Providence, RI

Tel: (401) 438-0905
Fax: (401) 438-0903

927 B Warren Avenue
East Providence, RI 02914

Cumberland, RI

Tel: (401) 305-3858
Fax: (401) 305-3859

2295 Diamond Hill Road
Cumberland, RI 02864

Our extensive physical therapy services are recommended by over 500 physicians in New England!

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New Patient Information

Do you accept my insurance?

We do accept most major health insurance plans. Please click here to learn more about the insurances plans we participate with.

What to expect during your first appointment?

New patients should plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to your first appointment time to complete patient registration forms. When you arrive, you will be greeted by our friendly and knowledgeable staff. After all forms are completed and reviewed, a highly experienced licensed Physical Therapist (PT) will meet you and direct you to a private evaluation room where a comprehensive one-on-one evaluation will be performed.

The evaluation can take up to an hour depending on the diagnosis.  After the evaluation is complete, the PT will sit down with you and explain your injury and the course of action needed to get you well again.  They will answer any questions you may have about your injury.  The physical therapist will then develop a treatment plan which not only takes into consideration your injuries, but also your individual goals and needs.

Each following visit, you will again meet one-on-one with a therapist who will follow our treatment plan and work with you to help you achieve your therapy goals.  When your therapy goals have been met, you will be discharged and provided a home education plan on how to keep yourself fit so you can stay active in the game of life.

What should I bring to my first appointment?

  • Completed patient forms (to save you valuable time)
  • Insurance card
  • Picture ID
  • Prescription from your referring physician, nurse practitioner, physician’s assistant, chiropractor, or dentist
  • Referral if your insurance requires one
  • Any operative reports, MRI, or X-rays
  • Any type of brace, splint, or crutches associated to your injury

How should I dress?
You should wear loose comfortable clothing to physical therapy so you can expose the area that we will be evaluating and treating.  For example, if you have a lower extremity problem, shorts work best.  For a shoulder problem, a tank top is a great choice.  We do however; have patient treatment gowns and shorts if needed.  You also have the option to bring along a change of clothes with you.  We provide private treatment rooms to protect your modesty. 


Do you have questions about beginning physical therapy?

Would you like to complete your required paperwork before your first appointment?

Simply click on each of the links below for the answers you need!
Patient Registration Forms
FAQ

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