Patient Registration Forms

Are you a new patient or are in need of forms? If so, this is the section for you. Most of the required registration paperwork is available for new patients to print and complete prior to appointment. Select your insurance option on a desktop and print them out if you need to. If you have any questions regarding these forms and policies, please contact us.

To give us a better idea of how your condition is affecting you and your daily life, we have provided inventory sheets that you can turn in to your personal physical therapist. If you do not see a form that applies to your condition, please fill out the basic pain inventory and let your therapist know the details on your next appointment.


Like most people, you probably have some questions. But don't worry- we're here to help. We've compiled a list of some of the most common questions we get asked as well as their respective answers. If you have a question or concern that is not in the below list, please feel free to give us a call or stop by one of our clinics. All of our contact information can be found on the "Contact Us" page.

  1.  Do I need a prescription from my physician to come to therapy?
    • In the state of Arkansas, you do not need a prescription to come see us for physical therapy. However, if you are filing with your insurance, please take note that some insurance companies require a prescription. Please check with your insurance company to see what they require.
  2. How long does the first session and evaluation take?
    • Evaluations take approximately forty minutes to an hour. It all depends on what the therapist needs to evaluate.
  3. How long does a normal session take?
    • Treatment sessions can take anywhere from thirty minutes to an hour and a half. It all depends on the kinds of exercises and treatments you will be doing.
  4. How should I dress for my sessions?
    • Come dressed in comfortable clothes for your sessions. It is generally recommended that you should wear shorts if you are coming for treatment for your knees or hips. We prefer pants over skirts if possible.
  5. What type of patients do you treat?
    • We see patients for rehab in the neck, back, shoulder, knee, ankle, foot, elbow, hip, and wrist areas. This list does not contain all of the areas, so please contact us if you have any questions about therapy that fits your personal situation. Some of our clinic services include vestibular rehab for dizziness, neuropathy rehab, lymphedema rehab, and balance rehab.
  6. Are your therapists trained in certain techniques and approaches?
    • Our therapists are trained in a variety of techniques. Some of the techniques and approaches our therapists have been trained in are Graston technique, lymphedema, vestibular rehab, neurodevelopmental technique (NDT), McKenzie, Maitland, and myokinesthetic technique (MYKS).
  7. What tools will you be using to treat me?
    • We don't just have a toolbox full of healing tools- we have two gyms full of them! Some of our current equipment includes light treatment (Infrared and UV), soft tissue oscillation (STO), ultrasound, electrical stimulation (Hi Volt, IFC, Premod, and NMES), anodyne, Graston instruments, and V-force. Though we have a wide variety of equipment at our disposal, we would like to emphasize the use of these tools with our sessions to get you back on your feet.
  8. Can you help set me up with a TENS unit?
    • We'd love to. There are just a few things you may need to consider. If you are filing insurance, please check with your insurance company to see if they will cover this for you. Some insurance companies also require a prescription from a physician for coverage.
  9. Do you do wheelchair evaluations?
    • Yes, we do. Again, please check with your insurance company to see what they require for coverage.
  10. Do you refer to other physicians and communicate with them?
    • We both refer out and communicate with your physician regarding your condition. If you do not respond within a reasonable amount of time in physical therapy, then we will refer you to the physician of your choice. If you do not have a physician in mind, we are more than happy to make recommendations.
  11. What can I expect out of a P.T. session?
    • We use a combination of hands on technology, tools, and instruments to help you achieve your goals. However, the key is in the analysis of your individual condition and coming up with the best treatment plan, customized specifically for you.
  12. What can I expect to get out of therapy once I am finished?
    • Our goal is for you to live a happy and healthy life with less pain and discomfort if possible. When you are finished with therapy, we hope to get you back to playing golf, doing your chores, or whatever it is you love to do. We will help you set up a plan that will allow you to retain the strength and health you obtained in therapy.
  13. Do you do anything for athletes?
    • Yes, for athletes we can work to improve balance, agility, speed, mobility, overall performance, and prevent injuries.