Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1609 Woodbourne Rd #203B | Levittown, PA 19057 (215) 945-0100
2776 Knights Rd | Bensalem, PA 19020 (215) 945-0100

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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PhysioMove Clinic is a specialized facility that offers comprehensive physiotherapy services to help individuals recover from injuries, manage pain, and improve physical function.

Our clinic is staffed by experienced and licensed physiotherapists who are skilled in various therapeutic techniques.

We treat a wide range of conditions, including musculoskeletal injuries, sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, neurological disorders, and more.

Physiotherapy can help you regain mobility, reduce pain, improve strength, enhance flexibility, and restore functional independence.

In most cases, a doctor's referral is not necessary. However, some insurance plans or specific conditions may require a referral.

You can schedule an appointment by calling our clinic directly or using our online appointment booking system on our website.

During your initial visit, our physiotherapist will conduct a thorough assessment of your condition, discuss your goals, and create a personalized treatment plan.

Session durations vary depending on the treatment plan, but they typically last around 45 minutes to an hour.

Comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows easy movement is recommended.

Yes, we offer virtual physiotherapy sessions for those who prefer or require remote consultations.

Our clinic provides a variety of treatment techniques, including manual therapy, exercise therapy, modalities (such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation), and more.

Physiotherapy aims to alleviate pain, not cause it. While some techniques might cause mild discomfort, your therapist will prioritize your comfort throughout the process.

The number of sessions depends on your condition and individual progress. Your physiotherapist will discuss a personalized treatment plan with you.

Yes, we accept most major insurance plans. Please check with our staff or your insurance provider for specific details.

Yes, physiotherapy can play a crucial role in managing and reducing chronic pain through a combination of techniques and exercises.

No, physiotherapy is for individuals of all activity levels and ages, including athletes, seniors, children, and those with sedentary lifestyles.

Sports-specific rehabilitation focuses on tailored exercises and techniques to help athletes recover from injuries and enhance their performance in their specific sport.

Yes, physiotherapy can provide education, exercises, and techniques that may help prevent future injuries.

Yes, we provide treatment for workplace injuries and can offer guidance on ergonomics and injury prevention.

Physiotherapy involves a wide range of techniques to improve physical function, while chiropractic care primarily focuses on spinal adjustments.

Yes, we offer post-surgery rehabilitation programs to help you recover and regain mobility after surgical procedures.

Yes, our physiotherapists can develop exercises and strategies to improve balance and coordination.

Yes, physiotherapy can be safe and beneficial during pregnancy to manage discomfort and prepare for childbirth.

Pelvic floor physiotherapy focuses on treating conditions related to the pelvic region, such as incontinence and pelvic pain.

Yes, we offer physiotherapy services for children with various conditions, ensuring age-appropriate treatment.

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