FAQs

What Do You Do?

If you’re dealing with pain or injury, I start with a thorough evaluation of your motion, strength, and general movement patterns, after which I will let you know what I found & what I believe the most effective plan will be for you to get you out of pain and back to doing what you love! Typically I start you with regaining full motion, then stability, and lastly performance geared exercises and activities for return to sport!

No matter how recent or long it’s been since your injury, there is ALWAYS something we can do to get you improvement. Also – I will not force you to work through high levels of pain to heal from injury – no pain no gain does NOT apply to injuries and PT does NOT stand for Pain and Torture!

Outside of pain and injuries, I also offer coaching for proper lifting form and mobility work. In other words – you don’t have to be in pain or have an injury to seek help from me!

Do You Offer Online Services?

Yes! I offer hybrid services, meaning both in-person and online services so if you’re looking for one in particular you can schedule a call and discuss the best option for you.

Do I Need A Referral For Physical Therapy?

Not in Nevada you don’t. We are a “Direct Access” state, meaning you can go to a physical therapist without a referral or prescription.

How Long Does Physical Therapy Take?

It always depends. I have patients that come see me because they just need some information on how to help their body heal and they want to take it from there. Some people are in high levels of pain and need to see me up to 2x/week before tapering down to seeing me 1x/week or every couple weeks. What I can assure you is that during your evaluation, I will have a discussion with you about what I found and how long your body will need to fully heal. Following this, and taking into consideration your schedule, your finances, your goals and desires for care, together we’ll find a plan that works for you!

What Do I Wear To Physical Therapy?

Comfortable clothing that allows me to see and examine the area and surrounding areas of concern. For example, if you are coming in for…

Knee pain: don’t wear tight leggings that don’t allow you to roll them up to your mid-thigh.  Shorts or loose leggings would be perfect. 

Shoulder pain: T-shirt for males and females. Females, please wear a sports bra underneath your T-shirt if possible. 

Hip Pain: Same as knee pain, shorts, or loose pants/leggings.

Back Pain: Comfortable clothing that can be rolled up or adjusted so that the therapist can examine the area of concern.

Do You Take Insurance?

At this time no – I am not taking insurance, however I can work as an “out of network” provider OR take HSA/FSA and offer a Superbill for you to submit to your insurance for reimbursement on whatever your out of network benefits are.

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