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Do I need a Doctor’s referral?
Nope! Florida is a direct access state—meaning patients can go directly to a physical therapist without a physician’s referral and receive treatment for up to 30 days!
Do you take my insurance?
MOTION RX intentionally chooses not to participate with insurance companies. This allows us to treat our patients one-on-on for hour long visits and provide much higher quality care—getting better outcomes for our clients and much faster than insurance based clinics.
Do you take FSA or HSA funds?
Yes! We are a healthcare service and we accept Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) as well as all major credit cards, checks, and cash.
Why MOTION RX? What makes you different from other traditional physical therapy clinics?
Fitness Focused. Evidence Based. Personalized Care.
Our facility is set up like a gym which creates a unique atmosphere that allows us to truly prepare you to get back to the sports and activities you love pain free.
Our expert team is credentialed in Strength & Conditioning, CrossFit, Weightlifting and other Sport specific backgrounds (running, Soccer, Golf, Tennis).
Each Plan of Care is unique and tailored to YOU. Whether getting ready for tryouts, back in the gym, pain free sleeping, or chasing your grandchildren in the backyard, every session is customized for your needs and goals!
I'm not an athlete. Can you still help me?
Absolutely! We would love to be a part of your recovery journey. Our team works with clients of all activity levels and ages—ranging from 8 to 88. We truly believe that if you have a body—you are an athlete! It is all about the “Athletic Mindset.” We want to inspire you to live an active lifestyle. help you reach your goals, and get you back to the activities you love without any pain or limitations.
What to expect on the first visit?
On your first visit, you and your Doctor of Physical Therapy will have a detailed conversation about your injury, pain, or limitation, your training history, goals, and any questions you have. From there, we go through a detailed movement assessment to figure out the root cause(s) of the issue and we will give you a clear, concrete answer to what is going on and how we are going to resolve this issue together. We then put together a holistic approach and program to help get you back to the activities and sports you enjoy pain free!
What should I wear on my visits?
Please wear athletic clothing and sneakers that allows you to move freely without any limitations. You will be moving so dress appropriately!
How long is each visit?
Each visit—evaluation and all follow-up visits— is 60 minutes long. You will receive one-on-one care for the full hour with your Doctor of Physical Therapy for each and every session.
How many visits will I need?
This will be dependent on the severity of the injury and limitations found within your evaluation by your Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT). Typically our patients are seen anywhere from 8-12 visits in a to get rid of the pain, address the root cause, and implement a long term solution to prevent the issue from coming back again in the future.
How often will I come in for follow up visits?
We understand that your time is valuable and trust that you will be compliant with your program outside of our clinic and this allows us to be less frequent with your visits and ultimately get you back to your goals quicker.
Our patients usually are seen 1x per week for the initial 2-3 visits to make sure you are progressing appropriately and to get you out of pain as soon as possible. From there, once the pain is minimal and we are able to progress with more functional movement, we spread out the remaining visits every 2-3 weeks so that you can work the exercise program we provide you and TRULY achieve your goals and get the results you deserve.
What happens after I “graduate” and finish my plan of care for physical therapy?
Many of our patients and clients continue to work with us proactively on a monthly basis after they finish their plan of care. This maintenance program called “Continuity Care” allows us to make sure our clients don’t let injuries or pains get in the way of their health and wellness goals.