We believe you need expert care that always begins with hands on therapy and individualized attention. This belief has lead us to invest in our physical therapists to ensure they’re specialized in various treatment options. Take a look at the specialties that we have to offer you. We’re serious about your healing.
Thank you so much for a wonderful PT experience. Not only does my neck feel much better, but I have been blessed by working with all of you. You are caring, yet professional and efficient. Thank you also for sharing your testimonies of the love of Christ in your lives.Joyce
Healing shouldn’t feel like a transaction. Our physical therapists enjoy building relationships with their patients and it shows. Our patients frequently tell us that they feel something different here. They feel cared for and respected. They sense our commitment to their body and their spirit. They feel valued. We know you’ll feel the same.
Our company began in 2000 and was founded by Tom Hulst, a native of West Michigan. His vision was to create a God-centered company that always put the patient first. John Jepsen joined the company shortly after and together they continued to build upon the original vision of creating remarkable patient experiences through excellent care. Today, our company proudly remains 100% local, God-centered, and patient first. We are strongly committed to our revenue staying in West Michigan communities.
Below you can find answers to some of the questions you may have as you search for a great physical therapist at a location near you.
M.S.P.T. = Master of Science in Physical Therapy
M.P.T. = Master in Physical Therapy
D.P.T. = Doctor of Physical Therapy
P.T.A. = Physical Therapy Assistant
Tech= Physical Therapy Tech (assists PT & PTAs with patient care)
Cert. MDT = Certified in the McKenzie Method
MBA = Masters in Business Administration
Hands on, one on one work with your therapist.
Improving flexibility of muscles, mobility of joints, and restoring structural symmetry and alignment as a result of injury, instability or muscular imbalance.
Yes. Please bring the following items to your initial evaluation:
As a courtesy, our office staff will verify your insurance benefits. Any coverage information we receive and provide to you as a courtesy is not a guarantee of your benefit coverage.
1. Wear comfortable clothes.
2. Plan on approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour at our office.
3. You will complete paperwork for approximately 10 minutes prior to meeting with a therapist.
Life happens. We understand. While we do not have a firm cancellation policy, we prefer that you let us know 24 hours in advance of your scheduled appointment should you need to reschedule your appointment.
Yes! We also schedule you with the same therapist week after week so you can build a relationship as you heal.
We partner with almost all major insurance providers (besides Medicaid). Please contact us if you have any questions.
Absolutely! Michigan offers direct access which allows you to attend physical therapy without a physician referral. And even with a physician referral, you retain the right to choose your therapist. Learn more about our insurance partners below to make sure you’re covered.
More on direct access here: http://www.apta.org/Media/Releases/Legislative/2014/7/1/
Healing should be convenient. Instead of waiting weeks or even months, we’ll do our best to get you in our office the same week you call us. Often we can even schedule your first visit the same day you call!
We process your insurance information on your first visit to discover deductible requirements and copays. Copays are payable before or after each visit. Our team then sends out bills to your home for what insurance does not cover. You can pay your bills online in our payment portal or by mailing a check to our office.
We’re in your neighborhood.
Our physical therapists love people. They’re not here to write exercises for you, but to partner with you in your healing.
Schedule an appointment to begin healing today.