"Your facility would and has been highly recommended. The treatment I received was like a personal trainer. The one on one is excellent. All of the therapists were very professional and accommodating. Thanks. " - Frank W.

How long will my appointment last?

Generally, appointments last about an hour. It may range from 45 minutes to 1 hour and 15 minutes.

How long will it take to cure my injury?

Every injury and person heal differently. While we are here to get you back to your best in the shortest amount of time possible, we cannot put an exact timeframe on it.

How long does it take to get an initial evaluation?

In many cases a same day appointment is available. If you are not able to come in the same day we will be able to see you within 48 hours.

What can I expect my first visit?

On your first visit you will meet your therapist. You will have a one on one evaluation with the Physical Therapist to go over your history and nature of the injury. In some cases your exercise program will start that day. The next visit is when you will begin your routine.

What should I bring with me my first visit?

You should bring:

  • Prescription from your doctor
  • Any relevant tests that you have in your possession (X-Rays, MRI, CAT Scan, EKG’s, etc.)
  • Your insurance card
  • Your driver’s license
  • Any paperwork that you may have completed (patient forms can be found under Patient Information)

What should I wear?

Your clothing should fit loosely around the area of the injury. The therapists will need access to the injury. For example, if you have a shoulder injury it would be best to have a tank top or loose fitting shirt. For a knee injury it would be best to have shorts or loose fitting pants or sweat pants.

Comfortable rubber soled shoes or Tennis shoes are a good option for shoes.

What insurance do you accept?

Atlas takes most major medical insurances including Workers Compensation and Auto. A list of insurance we accept can be found on the Accepted Insurance page. Please call the office at 586.336.0070 to verify that your insurance is accepted.