FAQs

First Appointment FAQ

We are in-network with most major insurance companies, including Cigna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicare, etc. If you have specific questions about your plan, please give us a call. We would be more than happy to help verify your benefits.

We accept cash and credit cards. We do not accept personal checks. Please note that payments will be collected at the time of service.

Be sure to complete your intake form online and bring your insurance card. We will need to take a copy of the front and back of your insurance card to keep on file.

We ask that all new patients arrive 15 minutes before their appointment; in case you need to complete any remaining paperwork.

Physical Therapist FAQ

Physical therapists are doctorate-level movement/musculoskeletal experts who specialize in helping people improve their physical function and quality of life. In other words, physical therapists work with our patients to help them achieve their goals, whether that’s recovering from an injury or surgery, reaching a new athletic level, or minimizing pain.

At your first appointment, your physical therapist will discuss your health history, reasons for seeking their care, and your goals. The physical therapist will then complete a thorough initial evaluation, assessing functional abilities such as your range of motion, strength levels, movement capabilities, and pain levels. Together, you’ll create a plan of care with your physical therapist to assist you in meeting your goals.

Physical therapists are highly skilled clinicians who utilize manual therapy techniques, therapeutic exercises, neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic activities, and physical performance testing, in order to strategically train their patients while optimizing the body’s natural healing processes.

That will depend on the reason why you’re seeking care. Physical therapists work together with their patients and other medical/healthcare providers to develop a personalized treatment plan that takes into account your specific needs.

That will depend on the reason you are coming in, however one of the physical therapists main goals will be to minimize pain. You may also experience some temporary soreness and discomfort as you work new/deconditioned muscles. If you ever feel pain during a session, immediately let your therapist know.

Initial examinations and follow up appointments are typically 60 minutes

Wear comfortable clothing that does not restrict your movement. Aim for athletic attire and not casual clothing such as jeans, if possible.

Sports Massage FAQ

When coming in for a session please have gym attire available to change into. We cannot provide a high quality session if we cannot access your tissue directly.

Women: tank top, sports bra, shorts and/or stretchable leggings (if you don’t want your legs to be worked on).

Men: tank top, shorts

Our top priority is your comfort. Therefore, you disrobe/undress to your comfort level.

At Medicine in Motion we do not believe in the traditional tipping culture. We will politely refuse any tips.

Injury Evaluation, Movement Assessment, Flexibility & Muscle Testing, Orthopedic Injury Testing, Clinical Report of Findings, Custom Mobility Programming, Care Plan Recommendations, and Manual Therapy.

We can help to enhance your performance, fasten recovery, decrease pain, and prevent further injury. Our sessions are best for athletes or individuals with an active lifestyle.

We get it, you may have tried everything already but, let me tell you that our advice is nothing like what is given out by others. Our staff has already spent years working on fields, at races, in athletic training and treatment rooms where they learned much of the tactics that they are ready to share with you.

Whether you’ve pulled a calf muscle running, have a damaged hamstring, a painful achilles, a hurt shoulder, neck or low back pain, a twisted knee, a sprained ankle or are suffering from runner’s knee or shin splints, we have seen and recovered quickly your injury MANY times in our career already.

Most definitely! We are innovative in our treatment approach and we do not believe in the traditional method of hounding deep into the tissue by recreating pain in order to achieve a positive gain. If this technique worked, then everyone would be getting it, right? In reality, these methods can make your issues worse and should be avoided. Our methods that we use in clinic are evidence-based techniques that are safe and effective to treat pain and optimize function. 

Definitely not! We have an affordable care plan that will fit your specific needs and is guaranteed to work for any committed individual. We want to help you and serve you with the best care! We will find a plan just for you that will get you the care that you need.

Definitely not! At Medicine in Motion, we define Everyone as an Athlete because “EVERYbody is Designed for MOVEMENT.” Regardless of if you are a Corporate Champion, Carpool Crusader, Weekend Warrior, or Elite Athlete…Medicine in Motion is a place for YOU!

Athletic Trainer FAQ

This is well defined by the National Athletic Training Association (NATA) as follows: “Athletic trainers (ATs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who render service or treatment, under the direction of or in collaboration with a physician, in accordance with their education, training and the state’s statutes, rules and regulations.”

Athletic trainers provide medical services to all types of patients, not just athletes participating in sports, and can work in a variety of job settings. You can expect a thorough evaluation to improve functional outcomes and patient education to prevent injury and re-injury.

Athletic trainers can offer a variety of services some of which are primary care, injury and illness prevention, wellness promotion and education, emergent care, examination and clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.

Athletic trainers are often confused with personal trainers. There is, however, a large difference in the education, skillset, job duties and patients of an athletic trainer and a personal trainer. The athletic training academic curriculum and clinical training follows the medical model. Athletic trainers must graduate from an accredited master’s program, and then they must take a test for board certification to practice as an athletic trainer. Then they must obtain state licensure as well in the state they choose to practice in.