Pay attention to the following signs!
If your therapist shows no compassion, it's time to switch!
If you notice that there's no progress on your journey, it's best to look for other experienced PTs.
Are there no changes in your program? No adjustments every session? That should be a red flag!
Another sign that you need to switch your PT is when he or she does not regularly communicate with you. A good PT should consistently address their patients' concerns. He or she should always talk to you about overcoming your challenges and how to achieve your goals.
If your PT does not encourage you to do your passion, then consider looking for a new one. One of the main goals of physical therapy is to help patients get their life back. If they cannot support you, then you need to find the right people who can help you towards your goal.
Physical therapy is usually covered by insurance. However, keep in mind that coverage varies from clinic to clinic. At The Right Spinal Clinic, physical therapy services are usually covered by most major insurance plans.
No. However, you need to undergo a thorough examination to ensure you are fit to get physical therapy services.