How do I schedule for Physical Therapy appointments? 

All of our scheduling is done via our scheduling platform, Acuity. Visit our scheduling link and scroll down to Physical Therapy. If this is your first time seeing us or you are coming for a new injury, please select Initial Evaluation and Treatment. Select the date and time, fill in your information, and fill out the required forms. Once we see the appointment, we will contact you to tell you what to expect.

If you are a returning patient, select "Follow Up", select the date and time for your session and fill in the required information.

If you still have questions or would like to speak with a physical therapist before scheduling, you can visit our Contact Us page and we will contact you shortly.


The first step is to sign up for a training package. To see options, please visit our  scheduling platform and click on  "Products/Packages." Once you choose your package, fill in the required information to complete the order, then select "Pay Now."

You will be given a package code that can be used to redeem sessions. Once the payment goes through, click on "schedule" to sign up for your initial evaluation. 

Under "I would like to schedule", find the "Performance Training" section and select "Initial Assessment." Select your chosen date and time, and then fill out your information to complete the appointment.  You will receive a confirmation email and we will contact you shortly to let you know what to expect. 

After the initial assessment, you can sign up for performance training sessions. Visit our home scheduling page and log into your account. If you do not wish to make an account, type in your package code under "Redeem Package." Select the type of session you would like to schedule for, the date and time, and fill out the required information. You will receive a confirmation email. 

If you still have questions or would like to speak with a performance coach before scheduling, you can visit our Contact Us page and we will contact you shortly. 


Most insurances companies, with the exception of Medicare, Medicaid and some HMO's will provide reimbursement for cash-based physical therapy services. We are able to provide complete documentation with appropriate codes that can be submitted by the individual for insurance reimbursement. Going out of network means that you can choose to see a physical therapist who is not a participating provider with your insurance company.  Many patients choose to receive services out of network in order to see the physical therapist of their choice.

why does everyone get their own customized PERFORMANCE TRAINING program?

Everybody is different. Everybody has different goals, timelines, competing sporting demands, fitness levels, and injury histories. What works for one individual might break another. Therefore, everybody starts with a 1 on 1 initial assessment to tell us where to start somebody. From there, assessments are repeated frequently to track progress and guide training moving forwards. 

I am not an athlete. I just want to look good and feel good. Do you only treat and train athletes?

We train everyone. At Adapt, we believe everybody is an athlete. Even if you don't play a sport, every individual has a body that responds to exercise in similar ways. The same principles apply to everybody regardless if you're an athlete or not, so we use or principle based training systems to prepare for the demands of life.  In order to stay strong and healthy for the long run, especially throughout adulthood, we believe that everybody should train like an athlete. 

How long will i be in physical therapy for? Can I still train or compete in my sport while getting treatment?

Every injury will have a unique prognosis. Therefore it is difficult to provide an exact duration until the initial evaluation is performed. However, our primary goal is to get you out of therapy as quickly as possible so you can return to what you love doing. Most traditional physical therapy centers see patients three times a week on average. At Adapt, this average is lower due to improved quality of care and greater time spent one-on-one with the physical therapist. Your physical therapist will also provide you with an included home exercise program as he/she sees fit. 

Many of our clients participate in physical therapy services at the same time as performance training. In addition, most conditions still allow for you to continue playing your sport while receiving treatment. Your physical therapist will advise you on whether you should continue your sport during treatment for your specific case, but the goal is to always keep you doing what you love.