We suggest wearing clothing items you are comfortable in completing exercises and stretches. Typically, our patients wear active-wear like shorts, t-shirts, leggings or sweat pants.
- Highly-educated, licensed health care professionals who can help patients reduce pain and improve or restore mobility. Physical Therapists can teach patients how to prevent and develop a plan, using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. All Physical Therapists are required to receive a degree from an accredited physical therapist program before taking the national licensure exam that allows them to practice. Here at Arlington Physical Therapy our therapists have more than 50 years of experience in total.
Physical Therapists Assistants obtain their education through a 2-year accredited associate degree program. Their license allows them to do all of the same treatments done by a Physical Therapist except for an initial evaluation, progress report and discharges. Currently, we have two excellent Physical Therapist Assistants at APT, Josh Anderson and T.J Kaminski.
The state of Texas requires a doctors referral before receiving treatment from a Physical Therapist. Not sure if you can get a referral from your doctor?
- You can visit your primary physician or any other physician and request a referral to Arlington Physical Therapy! It’s that easy!
If you wish to avoid going through insurance or do not have insurance, we offer a self-pay program to cover Physical Therapy Treatments (you will still need a referral).
- Call us at 817.466.7276 for more details about self-pay programs.
Arlington Physical Therapy takes nearly all types of insurances in the DFW area Check out our insurance page under Patient Info! If you have more questions about how much your insurance covers, talk to our Patient Representative, Neih, at 817.466.7276!
In most cases, our patients discharge after completing 12 sessions Steps to a faster recovery: √ Make sure you are completing your stretches and exercises at home √ Consistently modify activities that could flare up symptoms √ Attend all PT sessions - see it through to the end, don't give up even though you are starting to feel better!