Q: Do I need a prescription from my doctor to start therapy?
A: In Ohio, direct access allows patients to be seen without a prescription from his or her doctor. In select cases, however, your insurance may still require a prescription. Give us a call and see if you qualify.
Q: What time should I arrive to my first appointment?
A: You should arrive 15 min early to fill out your paperwork.
Q: What should I wear and how long are my appointments?
A: You should try to wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing. Most sessions are about 1 hour long.
Q: How is your office handling Covid-19?
A: We are following all CDC guidelines. We also maintain social distancing of our patients and sanitize equipment between uses.
Q: What is dry needling and cupping?
A: Dry needling is a skilled intervention performed by a healthcare professional. It is the insertion of a fine filiform needle into the body to stimulate a healing response in the presence of neuromusculoskeletal issues and movement dysfunction. Cupping is an alternative therapy that uses suction cups to stimulate your skin and muscles. The suction promotes increased blood circulation, which may help relieve muscle tension, promote cell repair and aid in improved soft tissue pliability.