PT Annual Exam


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Are you active, suffer from nagging pain after activity, or ache at the end of the day from work? You might want to see your Physical Therapist for a PT Annual Exam. People have a dentist, primary care physician and veterinarian for the pets that they visit yearly. Why not have someone that can perform a movement examination and prevent early problems from developing into catastrophic injuries? This would help prioritize our bodies and the ability to move as essential life functions and ensure a well-oiled human machine.

3 Reasons
To Get Your Exam

  1. Your muscles, bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments and joints all work together to keep you stable and active. IF ONE ELEMENT of your musculo-skeletal function is NOT UP TO PAR, you get pain and loss of mobility. This equates to loss of lifestyle.
  2. Getting an annual PT exam will actually head off problems BEFORE THE OCCUR. Since we test range of motion, mobility, strength and other factors, we can discover small problems before they become large.
  3. As part of the annual pt exam, our highly trained staff will actually provide you with a plan to improve your mobility and muscle health so that you can actually IMPROVE YOUR OVERALL HEALTH.

I you have pain on a regular basis or are NOT living life to the fullest, our PT Annual Exam is the affordable way to identify PT problems and develop solutions to GETTING YOU BACK TO ACTIVITIES YOU LOVE. Get started today and take a step to better health.

Dr. David Bertone PT, DPT, OCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy / Board Certified Clinical Specialist

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What Is An “PT Annual Exam? And… Why You Need One.


As it turns out, your primary care physician isnít specifically trained to assess your musculoskeletal system, which is comprised of your muscles, bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints and other connective tissues. Then who is the right healthcare professional to ensure that these essential internal structures are working properly and helping to support, stabilize and move your body? A physical therapist.

At a yearly physical therapy ìcheckup,î your PT will gather your medical history and observe as you participate in screening tests and other assessments to establish a baseline of your physical abilities, fitness level and personal health. Physical therapists are educated on how your musculoskeletal system functions properly and are trained to identify dysfunctions before they grow into bigger problems.

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At a yearly physical therapy “checkup,” your PT will gather your medical history and observe as you participate in screening tests and other assessments to establish a baseline of your physical abilities, fitness level and personal health. Physical therapists are educated on how your musculoskeletal system functions properly and are trained to identify dysfunctions before they grow into bigger problems.

To maximize the encounter with your physical therapist, it’s important to be prepared before your appointment. To ensure that you cover everything and address any issues you may be having, make a list that includes:

  • Health issues like diabetes or high blood pressure
  • Current medications, including supplements
  • Physical fitness activities
  • New activities you’re considering
  • Fitness goals

The information exchange between you and your PT is critical to forming an ongoing relationship, and to ensuring that you’re functioning and moving at top form. By understanding what sports and recreational activities you’re currently participating in and the fitness goals you’re aiming to achieve, your PT will be better prepared to make recommendations and tailor a home exercise program designed to help you achieve your goals.

Making wellness a part of your everyday life and taking steps to ensure that your musculoskeletal system is functioning at top notch can be very empowering and rewarding. Why not begin – or continue – that journey with a physical therapist? Now that you know how to prepare for a physical therapy checkup, and understand what you can expect during the appointment, the next step is to call and schedule your annual visit.

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