- Do I need a referral from my doctor?
You do not need a referral from your doctor. We can evaluate and treat you without a referral for 30 days; however, your insurance may not provide authorization or payment for services without a written referral.
- What should I expect during my first visit?
We will ask you questions about your injury or current physical challenges and perform a thorough evaluation of your strength, range of motion, balance, pain level, and performance of activities, obtaining objective data to establish goals for your therapy sessions. Typically at your visit, we will teach you exercises or activities that you can perform at home to help improve your ability to function and speed your recovery. We work toward your goals and your comfort level so that you may have a happy and educational experience with us each time.
- Who treats me in therapy?
Our highly trained professionals, including Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Occupational/Hand Therapists, and Occupational Therapist Assistants, provide your treatment. Our therapists are trained specifically in the treatment of orthopaedic injuries, post-surgical diagnoses, neurological, vestibular, and balance disorders, as well as hand injuries and splinting needs.
- Do you educate my family on my needs?
Of course. Patient and family education is a vital piece to your comprehensive therapy program. We discuss ways that your family members can help with your home program and safety issues to maximize the success of your recovery.
- How long will my sessions last each time?
Generally, a treatment session lasts about an hour; however, each treatment is tailored to fit your rehab needs.
- What types of insurance do you take?
We accept Medicare, Tricare, and most private insurances (i.e. BCBS, Medcost, Aetna). Please feel free to call our clinic to see if we are in-network with your insurance.
Company Clinical Education
To our Team of Clinicians and Athletic Trainers:
Mark your calendars!! Join us for our annual weekend of fun! Remember, Friday night is the Pool Tournament, catered dinner, mingling and fun at Tiger Town Tavern in Clemson! CEU Course on Saturday!
Rehabilitation of the Shoulder
Madren Center for Clemson University – Clemson, SC
February 4, 2012, 8am-5pm – 8 hours CEU credit
Speaker: Robert Manske, PT, DPT, SCS
If you are a therapy student (PT, PTA, OT, or COTA), click here to find out more about our student affiliations and professional growth opportunities!