What are your hours?

Monday 8a.m. – 6:30p.m.
Tuesday 9a.m. – 2:00p.m.
Wednesday 8a.m. – 6:30p.m.
Thursday 9a.m. – 2:00p.m.
Friday 8a.m. – 6:30p.m.

What insurances do you accept?

We accept most insurances and also will treat without insurance coverage. If we are not a provider for your insurance company you may still have “out of network” benefits”. We can call your insurance company and verify these benefits for you. Our list is constantly changing and is not all inclusive. Click Here For Insurance List.

My physician’s prescription for physical therapy has a different place listed at the top of the prescription. Does that mean I have to go there?

No. It is your choice where you attend physical therapy. We accept referrals to physical therapy regardless of the name at the top of the sheet.

When can I start physical therapy?

If you had surgery then it depends on the procedure. We usually see patients within 1-3 days and often the same day depending on condition.

What makes your clinic different from most other clinics?
  • 1. We are a small town clinic dedicated to treating the whole person.
  • 2. We are dedicated to finding the source of the problem being treated to insure it does not reoccur.
  • 3. We don’t treat you based on the time available in a “time slot”. We treat you based on what you
      need. This means treatment times will vary depending on the individual. You will not find a clock on
      our walls.
  • 4. We spend a great deal of time educating our patients about the source of the problem being
      treated so they have good insight into the problems they are experiencing.
  • 5. We have great flexibility in our scheduling and can usually see you quicker than most clinics.
What does a Physical Therapist do?

Physical therapists examine, evaluate, and treat people with health conditions resulting from injury or disease. Physical therapists can help individuals increase and maintain muscle strength and endurance, restore and improve range of motion in joints, increase coordination, increase cardiovascular endurance, and decrease muscle and joint pain. Preventing injuries is another important part of physical therapy. Improving posture and balance, building strength and endurance, and teaching better work and health practices are some of the ways physical therapists can help improve your life.

Physical therapists know how the musculoskeletal system works; yet recognize that each individual is unique. They can determine an individual’s level of fitness and suggest the types of exercises and activities-including both sports and daily life activities-that are right for him or her.

Physical therapy is the use of physical means, such as exercise, heat or cold, to treat disease or injuries.

Am I a good candidate for physical therapy?

Tired of masking your pain with medication instead of identifying and treating the source of your problem? Is pain or immobility preventing you from leading an active lifestyle? Whether it’s climbing a set of stairs or giving a hundred percent at work or with sports, physical therapy may be your solution.

At Brunswick Physical Therapy we perform a comprehensive evaluation and develop a treatment program designed to resolve the source of your problem. We emphasize individualized care and respect both your time and your privacy.

How do I request Physical Therapy?

Ask your Physician for a physical therapy referral to evaluate and treat your condition. In the State of Maryland a licensed physical therapist can evaluate and treat your condition without a referral but some insurance companies still require a physician’s referral in order for your physical therapy services to be reimbursed. Medicare requires a physician’s referral for physical therapy services.

Can I choose where I want to go for Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy services should be chosen based upon quality, professionalism and the skill of the practitioners providing the service. It should also be chosen by the location that is convenient for the patient and based on timely access to the physical therapy clinic. However, for most people the issue is whether the physical therapy clinic is a provider for their health insurance plan. Brunswick Physical Therapy is a provider for most major insurance plans. Patients should check with their insurance carrier to find out which facilities are providers for their particular insurance plan, how many visits they can attend, whether a physician’s referral is needed and whether there is a deductible or co pay due. As a courtesy to our patients we will confirm this information for you and usually before your first visit.

You always have the right to choose the physical therapy service you believe to be the most beneficial to help your condition.

Remember, it’s your choice where you receive your physical therapy services.