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Top 10 physical therapists in Mesa, AZ

Clients agree: these Mesa physical therapists are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Body In Balance Holistic Massage Therapy Spa

Body In Balance Holistic Massage Therapy Spa

18+ years in business
Serves Mesa, AZ
Brooke S. says, "Brooke Sterling (3weeks ago) Elvis and this facility are high calibre in every capacity. The space is immaculate, Elvis (my therapist) was a former PT and is now a massage therapist. He worked with military personnel for years and is hugely aware of anatomy, healing, the nervous system, lymph, muscles/bones etc. His professionalism was impeccable, the spa is peaceful, he is intelligent and interesting with a lovely demeanor. I cannot say enough about this place and this therapist." Read more
AZLmt#09539 NVLmt.722

AZLmt#09539 NVLmt.722

5 hires on Thervo
16+ years in business
Serves Mesa, AZ
Mike D. says, "very good massage, easy to communicate with, a good knowledge of where to alleviate pain, a nice studio, very prompt, friendly and courteous" Read more

New on Thervo
3 hires on Thervo
23+ years in business
Serves Mesa, AZ
I'm THE BEST BET IN THE WEST..... 2000 Nevada SchooL of Massage Therapy DV01 PRO MT COMPLETION CERTIFICATE GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT TRIGGER POINT THERAPY & ANATOMY 2001 NCTMB 295752-00 & AMTA NV.LMT.722 member 107954 + AZLMT#09539 PROF 1326980 2001-2003 Steiner Liesure LTD. ELemis Spa Las Vegas, NV. 89117 ALaddin Resort/PLanet Hollywood Casino, HoteL, Desert Passage Shoppes 2005-2006 THE Mirage SaLon & Spa at The Mirage Hard Rock HoteL & Casino Las Vegas, NV. LMT, AMTA, NCTMB 2007-2009 NARANDE SPA THE Buttes Marriot Tempe AZ. Resort hoteL UPTOWN CHIROPRACTIC 4000 N. CENTRAL AVE. #1020 PHX, AZ. 85013 CHIROPRACTIC REHAB THERAPIST/LMT TRIGGE
The Involution Revolution

The Involution Revolution

New on Thervo
Serves Mesa, AZ
I work with men, women and couples who want love, health and happiness, but who struggle with issues around relationships, self esteem, health, confidence, rejuvenation, anti-aging, and so on. I try to get to the root of a problem or issue as deeply and as quickly as possible and support my client to make the positive changes that will create the result they are looking for. My background includes 20+ years in private practice and many years studying with various teachers in the healing arts, hypnotherapy, movement therapies, counseling and tantra. I created a Ten Hour Series (Five 2 hour sessions) to help couples learn how to live a ...
Bodywork By Christian

Bodywork By Christian

Offers online services
8 hires on Thervo
9+ years in business
Serves Mesa, AZ
Dawn S. says, "He listened to what I wanted he performed the services excellently!" Read more
Bob Schettler's Massage

Bob Schettler's Massage

New on Thervo
2 hires on Thervo
29+ years in business
Serves Mesa, AZ
Hi i have been doing massage for the past 25 years and many clients frequently tell me it's the best massage they've ever received. Much of my work involves going to people's homes, but I have also worked for many of the resorts in Scottsdale, several elite runners in Boulder Co., and working closely with professional sports teams such as the Phoenix Coyotees. I bring the massage table to your home. Feel free to call or text 480-200-1148 I enjoy working with all kind of people....

Your Physical Therapy questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thervo.

How much does physical therapy cost?

Physical therapy costs $20 to $60 per session with insurance or $80 to $150 per session without insurance. Physical therapy fees depend on the type of injury or condition, treatment received, and the total number of sessions prescribed. Costs may fall in the higher end of the range if a session includes specialized treatment, such as massage, hydrotherapy, or electrical stimulation therapy.

The cost of physical therapy also includes an initial session to evaluate your condition, set goals for progress, and develop a treatment plan.

What is physical therapy?

Physical therapy (PT) is a treatment method to restore mobility, improve functional movement, reduce or eliminate acute and chronic pain, and strengthen muscles weakened by injury or illness. PT is commonly prescribed after you undergo surgery, such as knee or hip replacement, or to help you recover after a sports injury or car accident.

Physical therapy, also called physiotherapy, may include some or all of the following:

  • Exercises for strength and mobility
  • Massage therapy
  • Heat or cold therapy
  • Electrical current or ultrasound therapy
  • Light therapy
  • Hydrotherapy

During your initial assessment, your physical therapist will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your injury or illness.

Is physical therapy covered by insurance or Medicare?

Yes, most licensed physical therapists accept major insurance plans and Medicare. Check with your health insurance provider to confirm your coverage and copay amounts. You can often minimize your copay by selecting a therapist from within your insurance provider's network.

If your injury is the result of an accident, your physical therapy expenses may be covered by Workers' Comp or automobile insurance.

How long does physical therapy take?

The duration of physical therapy depends on the injury or condition being treated, your goals, and your rate of healing. The total length of physical therapy can be weeks or months. Your therapist will also prescribe exercises for you to perform on your own in between sessions, and your recovery process depends greatly on how much time you devote to the exercises.

How long is a physical therapy session?

A typical physical therapy session lasts 30 to 90 minutes and takes place two to three times per week. As your body recovers over time, the therapist may recommend reducing the frequency to once or twice per week.

What should I wear to physical therapy?

Wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely and easily, such as loose-fitting t-shirts and athletic shorts or pants, along with socks and sneakers or non-skid shoes. Make sure the clothing allows the physical therapist to access any areas of injury.

Remove any dangling jewelry, like necklaces, earrings, or bracelets. Avoid wearing sandals, boots, or open-toed shoes.

How do I choose a physical therapist near me?

When searching for physical therapy, follow these guidelines:

First, consider whether you want to see a specialist with advanced certification in one of these areas:

  • Cardiovascular and pulmonary
  • Neurology
  • Oncology
  • Orthopedics
  • Geriatrics
  • Pediatrics
  • Sports injuries

After determining if you need a specialist or a standard physical therapist, take these steps:

  • Ask for recommendations from your medical provider.
  • Read reviews on Thervo and Google.
  • Confirm the physical therapist is licensed to practice in your state.
  • Ask if the physical therapist accepts your health insurance and if they'll submit the claims on your behalf.

What questions should I ask a physical therapist?

Ask the physical therapist these questions before scheduling a session:

  • How much experience do you have in treating my condition?
  • Will the sessions take place at your office or do you offer in-home physical therapy?
  • Will I see the same physical therapist for each session?
  • How should I prepare for the visit?
  • How many times a week should I get therapy?
  • How long will each visit last?
  • What are the short-term and long-term goals for my physical therapy?
  • How soon can I expect to see results?
  • Do you accept my health insurance?
  • Do you submit the claims to my health insurance on my behalf?
  • What is your cancellation policy?

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