Physical Therapy

The goal of physical function is to find the balance between mobility and stability. A body needs to be mobile (flexible) enough to move the way you want, and it needs to be stable (strong) enough to control that motion.  Tipping the balance too far in either direction leads to dysfunction, injury, and pain.

Physical therapy sessions at Connected PT are unlike ones you may have received at a conventional, big box clinic. Our sessions are one-on-one with an emphasis on hands-on, individualized care. We will sit down together, talk through your history and concerns, and create a plan that gets to the root of movement dysfunction. We want you to feel honored as a person as we work together to guide your body back to health.

Treatments are a blend of manual therapy techniques and exercise, tailored to your body's needs.

Pricing:

60 minute treatments

1 session $100

3 sessions $285

5 sessions $450

10 sessions $875

Ask about discounts for military, first responders, and members of Black Flag Athletics.

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Fascial Stretch Therapy

FST Assisted Stretching targets the body's fascia, or connective tissue, to address flexibility restrictions in the long, functional lines that your body naturally uses.

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Primal Reflex Release Technique

PRRT works with your body's innate reflexes to drop muscle tone, break up holding patterns, and reduce the effects of physical and emotional stress on the body.

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Hawkgrips IASTM

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization breaks up fascial restrictions and helps drop muscle tone for more effective movement.

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Rocktape

Flexible tape is used as an adjunct to reinforce desired movement patterns or reduce swelling and discomfort in an acute injury.

Physical Therapy/FST FAQ

Q: Do you take insurance?

A: Connected PTW is a private-pay practice, and we do not participate with any insurance plans.  Please view our payment policy for more information.

Q: Do I need a prescription?

A: No. In Ohio, a physical therapist can see clients through direct access, which means a prescription from your doctor is not necessary. However, if you're coming for an issue that can be diagnosed (pain, injury, etc.), then we will need to write a letter to your physician letting them know that you are under our care.

Q: What should I wear?

A: Comfortable clothing, like you're going to the gym. Compression shorts are a good idea for guys, and clean socks are a nice touch.

Q: Will we start treatment at the first session?

A: Yes, we typically perform and evaluation and start hands-on treatment within the first 60 minute session.

Q: Are all sessions 60 minutes?

A: Sessions are typically 60 minutes, but 30 and 90 minute sessions are also available, depending on your needs.  Prices are adjusted accordingly.