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What is a Discovery Visit?

To put it simply - a way for you to find out everything you want to know about your case without having to spend a single penny; it only costs your time.

Discovery Visit Agenda

  • Answer questions about your diagnosis if you've been to other providers. We want to especially answer any questions that weren't answered previously or that you're not fully clear on.

  • Talk about cases like yours that I've seen and the typical timelines to recovery for them.

  • We will go over some things that would typically irritate what you've been diagnosed with so that you can modify aggravating factors at home to find immediate relief.

  • Talk about things beyond our resources that can help to improve your situation.

  • Discuss other options outside of PT that may benefit your situation based on current literature with outcomes compared to conservative care versus surgery.

  • Answer any questions that you have over any of it.

If we are not the absolute best for you and your situation we will help you find the appropriate place.

What a Discovery Visit is not: A physical therapy evaluation including hands-on assessments and treatment to test your current condition. Discovery visits are designed to be educational for you so that you can make an informed decision on the best care for you and what you're going through. Of course we would love for that to be with us, but at the end of the day, Movement Theory is about empowering our community with education so they can self-manage their conditions and be informed consumers when it comes to healthcare.

If you're ready to setup your FREE Discovery Visit then click here, if you're not ready, we understand and will be here when you are. :) In the meantime, follow us on social media to stay up to date with current healthcare tips and get free workout ideas to keep you independent and living the life you want.


Jarred Tobin PT, DPT

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