Physical therapy is an effective way to treat and manage various medical conditions, including arthritis, joint disorders, neurological problems, and injuries. 

The most common question during the first meeting with the therapist is how long the physical therapy sessions take?

There is no one-fits-all answer as the treatment duration and sessions depending on the particular condition, treatment plan, and progress.

Each patient will have a thorough diagnosis and evaluation, and the physical therapist will create a program to suit their needs. 

Physical Therapy Health Insurance

September 6, 2021

Almost every day, our patients are asking us — does insurance cover physical therapy? 

This is a question that needs a closer look as there isn't one straightforward answer. 

Physical therapy (PT) is imperative for various rehabilitation and recovery programs. It sometimes is necessary to help you recover from an injury, post-surgery, or help treat an existing condition.

One or two sessions will not suffice to achieve long-lasting results, so insurance coverage becomes vital when paying the fees and other expenses. No one should get in debt to recover from a health problem, as it should be a priority for any human being.

Let's explore the subject of PT insurance in detail. 

One of the first questions most patients ask us is — is physical therapy painful? 

That's a great question as physical therapy is often used after traumatic events or certain painful health conditions. Nobody wants to add any more pain to that. 

The simple answer is no, but it doesn't mean that you will not feel any discomfort or soreness. 

After all, physical therapy deals with recovery from injuries or surgeries, and, therefore, it’s normal that, initially, you will feel distressed in the areas more affected.

Let's dive deeper into the topic of pain after physical therapy (PT), what's normal, and what should be addressed right away. 

Header - Occupational vs Physical Therapy

There's often confusion about the difference between occupational therapy and physical therapy.

And it's no wonder. Both professions use rehabilitation to help patients heal and manage their injuries, pains, and other physical issues. 

Not just that, often, the same patient will see both therapists at the same time, in order to achieve the best possible results.

Finally, it’s interesting that both therapy branches came up from the same profession during World War I. It was known as reconstruction aid and these professionals were treating injured soldiers.

It’s clear that the debate about physical therapy vs. occupational therapy is a long-lasting one, so let us help clear some things up. 

Knee pain

What is a sprained knee? It is an injury that occurs due to a partial or total tear of some of the ligaments that are part of the knee and is more common than you can imagine.

Athletes in all kinds of sports suffer from these often. Depending on the severity of the sprain, the injury can be easily treated or can be career ending for some pro-athletes. Diagnosing it early and taking immediate treatment to avoid further complications is fundamental.

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