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Our Physical Therapy Services
Evolve Physical Therapy is designed to create unparalleled quality and treatment for each and every patient that steps through our doors. We take pride in getting to know patients and creating customized treatment plans best fit for their injury and lifestyle.
The Evolve Experience
Evolve Physical Therapy exists to help our patients and community lead healthier and happier lives. We believe that physical therapy is an essential part of every individual’s well-being. Our model of one-on-one care using only extensively trained and experienced Physical Therapists delivers the best results. Explore our site then give us a call. You have chosen the right place to start your path to recovery.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why is physical therapy a good choice?
More than half of all Americans are suffering from pain. However, many do not even know that physical therapists are well equipped to not only treat pain but also its source.
Physical therapists are experts at treating movement and neuro-musculoskeletal disorders. Pain often accompanies a movement disorder, and physical therapists can help correct the disorder and relieve the pain.
What should I expect at my first physical therapy visit?
Other than filling out some paperwork (insurance information, HIPPA, medical history, etc.) your first appointment will be about evaluation and treatment plan options.
Your therapist will perform an objective evaluation and formulate a list of problems – and how to properly treat them.
How long does each visit last?
Physical therapy sessions typically last anywhere from 45-60 minutes.
What do physical therapists do?
Physical therapists help patients treat and manage their pain to achieve long-term benefits. They devise an individual plan for each patient to improve mobility, reduce pain, and prevent future injury.
What insurances does Evolve Physical Therapy accept?
We contact your insurance provider on your behalf, verify your benefits and get all the details so you know exactly how much your treatment will cost. We encourage you to verify any insurance information.
We have a discounted, cash pay option available that many patients choose to utilize.
We are contracted with a growing number of insurance carriers. Remember that all plans are different and “in-network” and “out-of-network” benefits can be the same! If you don’t see your carrier listed here, call us and we will get the details of your plan.
We are currently accepting: Aetna, Auto insurance (all companies), Blue Cross / Blue Shield (Regence), Cash rates option (no insurance coverage), Care Oregon (OHP), Cigna, First Choice, Harrison Trust Medical, HealthNet, HealthNet MedAdvantage, HealthNet Federal, Liberty Healthshare, Medicare, Moda, OPTUM, PacificSource, PacificSource Medicare, Providence, Providence Medicare, TriCare, United Healthcare, Workers’ Compensation.
Do I need a prescription for physical therapy?
Unlike most states, Oregon is one of the few that allows individuals complete and unrestricted access to a physical therapist. According to a state law, no prescription or referral is needed for you to see and get treatment from a physical therapist.
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