For your convenience, you can access new patient paperwork prior to your initial visit and either bring it with you or arrive early to complete the paperwork in our office. 

Please have your paperwork completed prior to the start time of your appointment.  If your paperwork is not ready by the start of your appointment time, we will reschedule your appointment to ensure a quality evaluation. 

The new patient paperwork allows your physical therapist to have the information they need to complete a thorough evaluation. It typically takes patients 20-30 minutes to fill out all paperwork, so we prefer you come approximately 30 minutes prior to the start of your appointment in order for your time here to be focused on you and not the paperwork.  

Please print the appropriate forms based on if you are a new patient, returning patient, pediatric patient, or patient with swelling (lymphedema):
Please Read:  
The American Physical Therapy Association ( is a national organization representing 70,000 physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and students. Its goal is to foster advancements in physical therapy education, practice, and research. Consumers can access physical therapy news and other useful information by clicking the logo


You can find useful information on the following:
Reimbursement information
Insurance Coverage
Lobby Congress
What is a PT and Find a PT
Become a Physical Therapist

Click on the logo for APTA sponsored information
listed alphabetically for ease when searching by topic


You can find useful information on the following:
Health Topics
Symptom Checker
Medical Tests
Interactive Tools
Support Groups

The following brochures are available for download (simply click on the brochure you want to download) thanks to the APTA. You can find these brochures along with lots of other useful informaion if you follow the APTA consumer link located above. Hard copies of these brochures are also available in our office lobby.
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Brochure in PDF:
>Click Here