Source 1 Therapy

Source 1 Therapy

5.0
37 employees
23 years in business

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Physical Therapists,Occupational Therapists, Psychologists located in Plano, TX & Fort Worth, TX

Source One Rehabilitation has been providing patients throughout the Plano and Fort Worth, TX areas with a full range or the most advanced and highest quality physical therapy treatment since 1992.

With locations in North Plano, West Plano, and Fort Worth, Source One is also of very few facilities in Texas to receive accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF-accreditation shows a commitment towards meeting internationally recognized program standards and enhancing patient care while improving the quality of Source One’s services.

Source One offers specialized programs for returning to work, brain injuries, chronic pain, occupational therapy and sports medicine, from a blue-chip multidisciplinary team of physical therapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, and neuropsychologists. Our licensed experts also create custom, sport specific rehabilitation programs. We’ve worked with a wide-range of athletes – from soccer players to tennis stars – and know what is required to succeed and prevent injuries in each sport.

In addition, our facilities are among a very few that have an anti-gravity treadmill, an advanced piece of equipment can speed the recovery process. We also use cutting-edge software programs to measure your progress and ensure you are physically fit for sports.

Source One takes great pride in helping patients improve independence in their everyday lives. From professional atheletes to the weekend warriors, Source One therapists are driven to help patients of all ages return to an active lifestyle. Source One utilizes diverse techniques, including joint mobilization, trigger point release, soft tissue mobilization, neural mobilization, and therapeutic exercises/activities to correct movement dysfunction, postural deficiencies, and improve movement impairment syndromes.

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Fort Worth, TX 76112
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

What Happens During My First Visit?

Registration: You will first be greeted by our front office staff and asked to complete the new patient forms, which you can download by clicking here, complete them at home, and bring them with you to your first visit.

Prescription/referral on file: If your doctor has not sent our office a copy of your prescription, you will need to bring your prescription to your first appointment. Need help getting a prescription from your doctor’s office? Simply call the Source One office you wish to visit, provide your physician contact information, and our patient representatives will be happy to assist you.

Verify insurance benefits: We will copy your insurance card and verify your benefits. If you would like us to check with your insurance company before your visit to determine the terms of your coverage and benefits, call the Source One office you wish to visit, provide your insurance card information, and one of our staff will assist you. As a courtesy to our patients, we will also file insurance claims on your behalf.

Therapist evaluation: You will be seen for the initial evaluation by a therapist.

What Do I Need To Bring With Me?

  • Bring your physical therapy referral ( should be provided by your doctor).
  • Bring your payment information.
  • Bring your insurance card (Only if If your insurance is covering the cost of physical therapy).
  • If workers' compensation is covering your therapy, bring your claim number and your case manager's contact information.
  • If you are covered through auto insurance or an attorney lien or letter of protection (LOP), make sure you bring this info

What Happens During the Initial Evaluation?

Initial evaluations usually take one hour, including the paperwork required for a patient to be seen by a therapist. This paperwork can be downloaded and completed at home.

During the initial evaluation, your therapist will discuss the following:

  • Your medical history
  • Your current problems/complaints
  • Pain intensity, aggravations and eases of the problem
  • How the problem impacting your daily activities or your functional limitations
  • What are your goals for physical therapy
  • Medications, tests, and procedures related to your health

The therapist will then evaluate the injuries and symptoms you are having, which may include some of the following:

  • Range of Motion (ROM): The therapist will have to move your joint(s) to check for the quality of movement and any restrictions.
  • Muscle Testing: The therapist may check for strength and quality of the muscle contraction. Pain and weakness is typically noted, and the muscle strength is determined. This is also part of a neurological screening.
  • Palpation: Touching in and around the area of the pain and/or problem. This is done to check for the presence of tenderness, swelling, integrity of soft tissue, inflammation, tissue temperature, etc.
  • Posture Assessment: The positions of joints relative to ideal and each other may be assessed.
  • Neurological Screening: Your therapist may also check how your nerves are communicating with your muscles, sensing touch, pain, vibration, or temperature. Reflexes may be assessed also.
  • Special Tests: Special tests may be performed by the therapist to confirm/rule out the presence of additional problems.

At the end of the evaluation, your therapist will determine how to appropriately treat your injury and symptoms. He or she will develop a treatment plan with input from you and your doctor. Your treatment plan will include how many times you should see a therapist per week, how many weeks you will need therapy, home programs, patient education, both short and long-term goals, and what to expect after discharge from therapy.


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