FIT Physical Therapy - For Individualized Treatment
"The part can never be well unless the whole is well" - Plato
At FIT Physical Therapy, we promote wellness with every single patient we treat. While your immediate goal may be pain relief or recovery of function, every patient's long-term goal should be to participate in a wellness program that is tailored to your needs.
Whether your wellness goals include weight loss, improving bone density, increasing strength, bettering your balance or just feeling more energized, FIT PT can help you establish a plan to succeed. Because of our commitment, FIT physical therapy offers both a supervised (with our Wellness techs) and an independent wellness program tailored to the individual needs of our patients.
Our Wellness program is not covered by insurance and is billed at $75 a month for the supervised and $50 a month for the independent program. Our Physical Therapists provide a monthly 30 minute Wellness follow-up to update and modify the exercise programs.
Please visit some of our favorite wellness websites or click on the links below to download articles of interest:
A resource on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website that offers basic exercise recommendations for both younger and older adults. These recommendations are supported by the American Heart Association and the American College of Sports Medicine.
About Physical Therapists [click here to read article]
- A consumer site on the American Physical Therapy Association website that tells you all about physical therapists.
- This site tells the story of how physical therapy can change lives, save health care dollars, and improve outcomes. It discusses benefits of PT; what we treat and how we treat it
PT & Low Back Pain - Spine-health.com
- Spine-health.com is a comprehensive, informative resource for understanding, preventing, and seeking appropriate treatment for back and neck pain.
PT & Arthritis Pain
- If you have ever wondered about the benefits of physical therapy in treatment of osteoarthritis, the Arthritis Foundation is a great resource. [click here to read article}