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PHYSICAL THERAPY

How it works:


1. The Evaluation

  • A 90 minute, one-on-one session with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT)
  • We'll review your complete medical history, medication profile, and test your balance, strength, flexibility, reaction time, and endurance.
  • Together you and your PT will set functional goals and set up a plan for the future specific to your needs.

2. Schedule

  • Based on your therapist's findings in the evaluation
  • Typically this is 3 times per week for 4 weeks

3. Get a Referral for Physical Therapy

  • If you don't have one, we can walk you through how to get one from your PCP, neurologist, or Movement Disorder Specialist. 

4. Start your Sessions!

  • We bring the equipment to your home, office, or desired workout spot
  • 60 minute sessions
  • Every client gets a copy of the PWR!Moves guidebook 
  • Work through an exercise program built specifically for you

5. Graduation

  • Even after you're done seeing us for therapy, we keep you motivated by sending you workout reminders, motivational videos, and more.
  • We'll help you transition to exercises at home, taking community classes, or our Fitness & Wellness Program.

6. Rinse and Repeat.. Annually

  • Mark your calendar for next year - research supports getting an exercise "check up" once per year similar to seeing your PCP or dentist
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The uncertainty of what lies in your future and never knowing if you can or can’t do basic functions like walking every day can be overwhelming... If you have Parkinson’s and are looking for a Physical Therapist who really cares about your health and wellness and is trained to treat all aspects of your body, I highly recommend Sarah King.”
— Jim, Invigorate PT graduate