Physical Therapy Services And Specialty Programs


We accept all major insurances, including Anthem, Humana, Bluegrass Family Health, United Healthcare, Cigna, Tricare, Medicare and some Medicaid plans. We will verify your insurance benefits prior to treatment and inform you of any financial responsibility you may have while undergoing treatment. We will also submit preauthorizations for treatment when needed.  We know that insurance can be confusing, but finding the best care should not be.  At Choice PT, you'll never receive anything less than the highest quality of care possible.


Insurance-based care is not always the best option. In fact, insurance restrictions can actually limit the access you have to the care you need. Our Self-Pay program allows you full and direct access to our therapists without waiting for a doctor's appointment, insurance authorization, or other delays. We can immediately evaluate your condition and begin treatment without restrictions. It also gives you full control over the care you receive. This program is also useful if you have exhausted your physical therapy benefits, or have a large deductible. In some cases, the Self-Pay program can actually save you money.


Our therapists have had extensive experience treating all musculoskeletal and neuromusculare conditions. Below is a non-inclusive list of common injuries and conditions that we regularly treat. Regardless of your need for physical therapy, we have both the expertise and experience required to delivery exceptional treatment results.

Head & Neck

Headaches, Degenerative Disk or Joint Disease, TMJ Dysfunction or Jaw pain, Facet Joint Syndrome, Cervical Radiculopathy (Disk Bulge or Herniation), Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Myofascial Pain (Muscle-tissue tightness, tenderness, and/or trigger points), Post-Surgical Rehab, Torticollis

Shoulder & Arm

Rotator Cuff Injuries, Tendinitis and Bursitis, Impingement Syndrome, Adhesive Capsulitis or Frozen Shoulder, Scapular Dysfunction, Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow), Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer's Elbow), Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, DeQuervain's Tenosynovitis, Post-Surgical Rehab including Rotator Cuff and Total Shoulder Replacements

Spine & Back

Sciatica, Chronic Lower Back Pain, Degenerative Disk or Joint Disease, SI Joint Dysfunction, Sprains and Strains, Lumbar Radiculopathy (Disk Bulge or Herniation), Stenosis, Facet Syndrome, Myofascial Pain, Scoliosis and Abnormal Spinal Curves, Postural and Core Weakness/Instability, Post-Surgical Rehab

Hip & Leg

Total Knee and Total Hip Joint Replacements (before and after surgery), Tendinitis and Bursitis, IT Band Syndrome, Plantar Fasciitis, Metatarsalgia and Neuroma, Muscle Strains or Tears, Piriformis Syndrome, Patella Tendinitis or Jumper's Knee, Shin Splints, Knee and Ankle Sprains, Muscle Insufficiencies or Imbalances, Patella-Femoral Dysfunction, Chondromalacia Patella, Post-Surgical Rehab including ACL

Neurological & Balance

Post Stroke, Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Paralysis, TBI, TIA, Gait and Balance Disorders, Vestibular disorders, Vertigo, Peripheral Neuropathy


We welcome the opportunity to show you the difference it makes when your treatment is provided by an experienced, dedicated Physical Therapist.


Our Concierge program offers everything you need to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. You can chose personal training sessions to safely and efficiently improve your fitness; enjoy a massage therapy session to ease your stress, aches, and pains; or receive targeted treatment for a new or nagging injury. All of the concierge services are provided by a licensed healthcare specialist. Regardless of how you utilize our Concierge services, the result will be the same: a healthier, more active you. Concierge services are offered on a self-pay basis.  Costs vary based on the services you receive. 


Exercising can be intimidating when you suffer from chronic pain, or a disability. Does the fear of doing more harm can keep you from realizing the benefits of regular exercise? As physical therapists we are uniquely qualified to help you achieve your fitness goals through a safe, and appropriate exercises routine. Our functional fitness program is also ideal for the elderly who wish to remain active as they age, as well as individuals who suffer from underlying medical issues that prevent them from participating in a traditional exercise regimen.


A loss of function due to aging, a progressive disability, or a sudden debilitating event can result in your home being unsafe and even inaccessible. Our aging in place program can help you regain independence and function within your home. After a comprehensive evaluation of your physical limitations and your home, we will recommend modifications needed to keep you functional, safe, and comfortable within your home. Modifications can range from the installation of basic adaptive equipment, to larger scale home renovations.


Whether working on a factory line, at a desk, or as a stay-at-home parent, poor ergonomics can lead to injury and chronic pain conditions. This program addresses current postural and repetitive stress injuries while significantly reducing the risk of future problems.  We will  observe you in your own unique work setting to identify problematic ergonomics, and recommend modifications that will allow you to perform work duties in a safe and healthy way. These services are also offered to small businesses looking to improve the health and productivity of their employees.



Fascial Counterstrain (FCS) is a therapeutic, hands-on method, designed to release spasm in all tissues of the human body. Every organ, nerve, artery, muscle, ligament, tendon, vein and lymphatic vessel in the human body can actively spasm and produce pain in a natural, protective response to injury. Once this reflex spasm is triggered it can persist, spread & form hundreds of tender points. FCS works to release the tissue in spasm and the corresponding tender point by gently unloading the injured structure. Gentle body positioning and compression or shortening of the strained structure works to effect a therapeutic release. By positioning the body against the strain or by applying a “counterstrain”, the structure quickly relaxes, thus reducing tension and immediately alleviating this primary source of pain. The elimination of this strain is quickly verified by simply checking the point, which is frequently no longer tender. [Source: Counterstrain Academy. Portland, OR]