Frequently Asked Questions

What to bring

You will need your driver’s license (or some form of ID) and your insurance card.
If is preferred you wear or bring loose fitting clothes to change into (athletic wear is ideal) so the therapists can do a full hands on evaluation at your first appointment.

How long will it take?

We expect/recommend a full 90 minutes from getting you in the door, paperwork completed, evaluated, treated, and out the door at your first appointment. Follow up appointments can range from 30 minutes to 90 minutes depending on the treatment, the condition, and the interventions being performed.

What is a physical therapist?

A physical therapist is a highly educated and licensed health professional who is thoroughly trained to
help patients/clients reduce pain, improve and restore mobility, and increase performance so they can
achieve long-term relief and functionality while reaching their fullest potential as individuals and

How do I know it’s appropriate to see a physical therapist?

If you’re having trouble moving, be it due to pain, muscle/joint weaknesses, a reduced range of
motion, etc., or you simply want to move and perform better (e.g., athletic enhancement), a physical
therapist can help. Is back pain keeping you in bed? Is that bum shoulder holding you back from picking
up the kids? Have you hit a plateau in your sport of choice? Physical therapy can help, often eliminating
the need for expensive surgery and keeping you away from harmful painkillers.

Do I need a referral to see a physical therapist?

No. You can be evaluated and treated by a physical therapist without a referral from your physician. If
you wish to use insurance, however, first check with your provider to see if they will cover your
appointment without first getting a physician’s referral.

What can I expect during my first visit?

You’ll receive an initial evaluation by a physical therapist, with treatment to follow. Your physical
therapist will educate you about your condition, charting a path toward your goals that may include
additional treatments, a home exercise program, and follow-up assessments.

What will treatment be like?

We offer individualized treatments based on the particular needs, strengths, weaknesses and goals of
each patient/client. Treatment, which may include manual therapy, exercise regimens, education, and
various other approved modalities, is determined following initial evaluations and ongoing assessments.

Will you work with my physician?

Of course. If you’ve been referred to us by a physician following injury, surgery or a specific diagnosis, we will keep your physician up to date on your treatments, progress, and any additional findings or
concerns we might have.

Make an Appointment

(501) 286-6059
100 Gateway Drive
Cabot, AR 72023

Did you know?

When running, you can exert forces up to 4 times your bodyweight.

Meet your PT

Our staff are highly trained in a wide variety of treatments that allow us to serve patient populations of all conditions, ages, and limitations.

Independently owned & operated in Cabot, Arkansas.

Find Us

100 Gateway Drive
Cabot, AR 72023
Appointments: (501) 286-6059
Fax: (501) 286-6061


Our Hours

Monday: 6:30am-7pm
Tuesday: 6:30am-7pm
Wednesday: 7am-6pm
Thursday: 6:30am-7pm
Friday: 6:30am-5pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed