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Our clinic has the greatest number of Physical Therapists in the country who extensively train in the Sequential Manual Therapy method and use it exclusively for treatment. While treating and training together, our therapists stay current on the most recent advancements and techniques in the field. By providing varied scheduling options, including some Saturdays, Sale Physical Therapy provides a seamless treatment experience for you and your family, enabling you to access treatment at times that best meet your schedule and treatment needs. 

What should I expect during treatment?

We assess with gentle passive movement of all spinal joints to specifically determine the tightest area of the body, i.e. the area requiring greater compensation from other parts of the body. We free the tight areas by using a variety of treatment techniques such as muscular contractions and muscle balancing. Treatment continues until all areas exhibit increased movement. We find the body's own muscle actions results in longer-lasting results.


What should I expect after a treatment?

Each person is unique and responds differently to treatment. Some soreness may occur as the body adapts to the changes and increases mobility of the tissues. Additionally, this soreness may also be a result of increased circulation resulting in a detoxification process. Regardless of the result of the soreness, the discomfort usually resolves within 48 - 72 hours. Drinking plenty of water helps to decrease the soreness.


What is the usual treatment course, frequency, and duration?

In our experience, most patients receive a 50 - 70% improvement in at least some of their symptoms within 6 visits. We have found that initially a treatment frequency of once every 2 - 3 weeks is most beneficial, and then as the symptoms decrease, the frequency of visits also decreases. Usually the client notices changes in flexibility and/or symptoms within the first 1 - 2 treatments. Duration of relief will normally increase as the number of tight areas decrease. Remember every client's treatment will be individualized to meet specific needs in response to treatment.


How can this be used for wellness and prevention?

When restrictions are removed from muscles and joints, it allows the body to function at a higher level. Then, more energy is freed up to respond to the environment and be used for work, play, and recreation. This gift of prevention can enhance sports performance, decrease degenerative changes, and optimize health potential.


Wellness and prevention is not covered by insurance and not related to injury or ailments. This care does not require a prescription.

Your First Visit

Before calling to schedule:

  • If visiting for Physical Therapy

    * recommended for those with a diagnosed disease or ailment requiring manual physical therapy

    • Make sure you have a prescription from your physician (MD, DO, Dentist, Chiropractor, or Physician Assistant)

    • Visit the "Insurance and Payments" section of our webpage for more information.


  • If visiting for Fitness Wellness Prevention

    • Treatment does not require a prescription

    • Not billable to insurance, however, HSA (flexible spending account) credit cards are accepted

What you should do on the day of your visit:

  • Arrive early to complete your new patient forms or print and fill them out prior to your arrival

  • Wear loose fitting clothing that will allow for a full range of motion and drink plenty of water before and after you appointment 

  • Drink PLENTY of water before and after your visit. This will assist with the removal of toxins that may be released from your tissues during treatment.

  • If you are not able to make this appointment, or an appointment in the future, please call us as soon as possible to reschedule. 24-hour notice is required for all cancelations. Late cancellations require payment in full. 


Unfortunately, we do not accept any form of medical insurance or Medicare/Medicaid. However, our office provides each patient with an itemized bill with traditional ICD-9/10 codes and CPT codes (called a superbill) at the end of your consultation that you may file with your insurance company.


You may also use pre-tax dollars from a Health Savings Account (HSA) to pay for your office visit.



Cash, checks, credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Discover) or HSA accounts that process as credit cards are all accepted methods of payment for our services.

Patient Forms

Adult PT Intake Form

Please print and complete the following forms if you are the adult patient seeking manual physical therapy with a prescription from an MD, DO, Dentist, Chiropractor, or Physician Assistant.





Pediatric PT Intake Form

Please print and complete the following forms if you are the parent or guardian of a minor patient   (under ten (10) years old) seeking manual physical therapy with a prescription from an MD, DO, Dentist, Chiropractor, or Physician Assistant.






Adult Fitness, Wellness, and Prevention Intake Form

Please print and complete the following forms if you are a patient seeking fitness, wellness, and prevention.

Adult PT Intake Form

Pediatric PT Intake Form

Fitness/Wellness Intake Form

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