Patient FAQs
home patient patient faqs index

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about rehabilitation therapy. If you have any further questions, contact us at info@ptpn.com.

 
How can I find the therapist closest to me?
How do I know that my therapist will deliver quality care?
How will my therapist measure my progress?
What kinds of services do rehabilitation therapists provide?
Do your therapists provide preventive care and wellness programs?


How can I find the therapist closest to me?
By using our Find a Therapist search, you can search by zip code or city and state. The search results will also let you know if there are any specialties available in your area, including occupational therapy, hand therapy, pediatrics, or speech therapy.

How do I know that my therapist will deliver quality care?
PTPN members must meet strict credentialing requirements that exceed those of other networks and state licensing requirements. PTPN credentialing standards surpass those that such accrediting bodies as the NCQA (National Committee for Quality Assurance) require for physicians in managed care plans.

How will my therapist measure my progress?
Each PTPN office participates in the PTPN Outcomes Program. Your therapist will collect information about how your injury or illness limits your daily functions and how your ability to function improves with treatment. When your therapist has more information on how your condition affects your daily activities,

What kinds of services do rehabilitation therapists provide?
Rehabilitation therapists treat a wide range of ailments — some of which might surprise you. In addition to treating sprains and strains, physical, occupational and speech therapy are used for…

Do your therapists provide preventive care and wellness programs?
Many of our therapists offer Physiquality programs, a range of health and wellness services for everyone from Little Leaguers to Baby Boomers, from Weekend Warriors to Golden Agers. To learn about Physiquality programs in your area, to get health and wellness tips, and for much more, go to physiquality.com, or follow Physiquality on Facebook!