Your Health Is Our Health.
In response to COVID-19 we want to reinforce we take the health and safety of our patients, employees, and community seriously.
|Because we take all extra precautions, follow CDC guidelines, and are accustomed to flu season, our clinics are considered low risk of exposure.
We also offer alternative options - virtually - for continuing or starting rehab for those who have to remain at home.
For those who must remain at home and are unable to visit us in person, our
Board-Certified or Doctorate-trained physical therapists are available to meet virtually through an online video chat that is secure and easy to use.
How it Works
You are in Pain
Schedule Right Away
Call, Click, Text, or Chat to schedule a convenient appointment at the time that works best for you. We'll get back to you right away to schedule your virtual appointment!
Get Your Online Assessment
Virtually meet with a Board-Certified or Doctorate-trained physical therapist through online video chat that is secure, HIPAA compliant, and easy to use. Some insurance companies are now allowing full online evaluations and online treatments. Our therapists can tell you more!
Start Feeling Better Now
Our therapists will provide you with instructions to join the meeting, recommendations for next steps in your recovery and allow you to ask questions about your specific needs.
- We are open for business. We are a safe place, while you can choose to stay home, you can also choose to go to somebody you trust, your personal PT or OT at PT Central.
- A Virtual Option: We understand that you may not want to visit our PT clinic unless you feel certain it will help and that you will be safe and protected. That’s why we are offering initial screens virtually.
When physical therapy is first, patients have 71 percent lower costs in treating their back pain than patients who seek other types of care first.
This is the number of people who die every day from opioid abuse in the U.S.
When physical therapy is first, the need for opioid prescriptions is 75-90% less likely.
Percentage of Americans who experience back pain in their life.