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Great Question. Let’s start with some of the best clinicians in town. All of our therapists have or are working towards advanced clinical specialty certifications. Besides the 7 years of college it takes to become a physical therapist, they have advanced certifications that typically take 2-3 additional years to obtain. Now that’s some education.
You would think so, but in reality ~10% of physical therapists have a specialty certification. Fortunately Crafted has you covered.
You will be seen by a licensed physical therapist for your initial evaluation and most every other visit. A licensed clinician will see you at other times. We try our best to keep you with the physical therapist who performed your initial evaluation unless you choose another clinician or there is a scheduling conflict. This person knows you and can guide your treatment.
Unfortunately, at a lot of other clinics the physical therapist will perform the initial assessment then the patient will be passed onto a physical therapist assistant, technician, or a rotating therapist. At Crafted, we are stingy with our patients and want to see them from start to finish.
Manual therapy is the ‘Hands-On’ part of treatment designed to calm down the pain, reestablish normal movement, and help transition to functional activities. Plus, it just feels so good to get worked on. Many clinics may claim to provide manual therapy, but few will provide the education for all their clinicians to get Certified in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT).
In short, a lot. Most of the major ones and updating them frequently. A quick call to the clinic will let you know if we take yours.
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We strive to get you in within 24-48 hours. If we can help decrease your pain or help your function, why would we make you wait?