Advanced Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Centerís goal is to offer support and aid as we provide you with professional therapists who are qualified in administrating individual care. We offer the most current rehabilitation care and equipment to ensure a quick recovery progress. We assure you positive and motivating energy in our daily activities which will also involve our professional bodily activities."

Welcome to our most frequently asked questions (FAQs) section. Please click a question to display the answer.

  •    What is physical therapy?

  • Physiotherapy (also known as physical therapy) is a health profession concerned with the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of disease and disability through physical means. It is based upon principles of medical science, and is generally held to be within the sphere of conventional (rather than alternative) medicine.

  •    What do I need to do to get physical therapy


  • You need to obtain a prescription from your physician for physical therapy. This must have a diagnosis with the frequency or number of visits.

  •     I have a prescription for another physical

    therapy clinic,can I use ADVPTR?

  • Yes, by law you have the choice to go to physical therapy you choose regardless of name or address on the prescription.

  •    How long is my prescription valid?

  • Your prescription is valid for up to 30 days from date of issue. This means you must begin treatment within 30 days from the date on your prescription.

  •   Will my insurance cover physical therapy at


  • We do accept most insurances, including Blue Cross, Medicare and several others. When you call to schedule your appointment, our qualified staff will verify your insurance to determine your coverage.

  •    Once my insurance does pay, how much will

    I owe?

  • Your costs will depend upon your insurance policy's deductible and co pays. Fortunately, we will contact your insurance company before your first visit to determine your benefits. We also encourage you to call and verify your insurance coverage to avoid any possible discrepancies.

  •    Does ADVPTR accept

    Worker's Compensation Insurance?

  • Yes, ADVPTR does accept Worker's Comp. Once we receive authorization from your employer for physical therapy, we can schedule your initial evaluation for treatment.

  •     I have a busy schedule,

    when are you open for treatment?

  • We have convenient hours of operation no matter your schedule. All of our facilities are open Monday thru Friday from 9am to 6pm.

  •    How long will it take before I can get an


  • In most cases we will have you scheduled within 24 hours of your first call.

  •     What will I need to have with me for my first


  • You will need to come with your signed written prescription from your physician, your driver's license, your insurance card(s), and appropriate attire. (see next question)

  •    What should I wear for therapy?

  • Please come prepared. You'll want to wear shorts or sweatpants, tennis shoes, and a loose shirt (such as a sweat or t-shirt, or in some cases a tank top for shoulder evaluations). We provide locks and lockers for your convenience.

  •    Overall, how long will I be in therapy?

  • Again, the duration of your therapy treatment is based on several factors. These include your diagnosis, the number of visits recommended by your physician and therapist, your attendance, and your rate of progression during therapy. Treatment can range from 2 to 4 weeks or even up to 3 to 4 months, depending on these factors.

  •    Who do I contact about billing questions?

  • Our friendly, patient, highly trained billing staff will be more than happy to answer any questions you have regarding your bill, from your balance to your insurance coverage.

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