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PT in home

BlueBBlue Posts: 73
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:27 AM in Exercise and Rehab
I don't exactly know what to think about this. My new PT wants to drive and service me from my home. I asked when it was being set up if they had an office and they do. Most of their services are provided in the community. This PT came recommended by someone I trust. This working from my home is throwing me a bit, pls. tell me what you think...
:/ :/ :/ :/
It will be good once I get the surgery and can't drive.



  • take advantage of it!!! You must have a really good health plan. I had a visiting nurse twice a week for 6 weeks following my 3 level fusion. It was awesome! I loved it, and it was included for free with my health care plan.
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