Our Physical Therapy Services

COVID-19 Treatment Options for Patients 

Updated April 20th, 2020 

Live Appointments at Progression PT

We are offering a limited amount of in-clinic appointments at our 601 Ewing Street location. These slots will be prioritized for low-risk patients whose issues cannot be treated remotely, or for those who have had recent surgery. Patients must also meet our Updated Patient Intake Protocol* to be eligible for in-clinic appointments. All other patients should contact us first to determine if their physical issues can be treated using Telemedicine.  
Updated Patient Intake Protocol*
  • Must have a physical condition that cannot be treated with telemedicine.
  • Cannot have, or had a fever of any kind within the last two weeks.
  • Must be free of all other symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Must be actively practicing social distancing.
  • Had no contact with a potential, plausible, or confirmed-positive case of Covid-19.
  • Must not have traveled to a COVID-19 hotspot within the last two weeks.
Updated Practice-Space Precautions
  • We see only one or two patients per hour.
  • Patients will not share a common waiting space and will maintain the appropriate social distance.
  • Treatment tables will be thoroughly sanitized after each therapy session.
  • Exercise equipment and tools will be thoroughly sanitized after each use.
  • All surfaces (doorknobs, chair arms, countertops) will be thoroughly sanitized each hour.
  • We will be operating with reduced staff, and those staff cannot report to work if they have not been social distancing, have been to a COVID-19 hot spot, have a temperature, or if they are symptomatic for COVID-19.

Remote Appointments at Progression PT

Telemedicine is like a virtual house call that allows you and your therapist to discuss and treat certain physical issues. We are utilizing an online platform that is easy to use, secure, and HIPAA Compliant.

Who's Covered for Telemedicine?
During the public health crisis, Medicare and other private insurers have expanded their coverage to include telemedicine treatment options. Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, Medicare, and United Health Care have each expanded coverage at this time.
How Do I Get Started? 
    1. Call us to set an appointment time
    2. Attend your appointment at the appropriate time
    3. Log on to www.doxy.me/RuthKaplan
    4. Check into the "virtual waiting room" as a patient
    5. Your therapist will begin the appointment in minutes!

 

ISSUES WE TREAT

At Progression Physical Therapy of Princeton, our mission is to ensure the best possible outcome for all of our patients. Each patient will see the same physical therapist for the entire course of treatment. We provide each patient with a thorough initial evaluation followed by high quality, evidence-based physical therapy treatment sessions.

We are trained to treat a variety of conditions including:

  • Musculoskeletal and Orthopedic Conditions
  • Pre/Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation
  • Arthritis Pain Management
  • Spinal Rehabilitation
  • Osteoporosis Management
  • Postural Alignment
  • Ergonomic Training
  • Neurological Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular Rehab (BPPV/Epley's Maneuver)
  • Migraines, Headaches from cervical tightness or postural dysfunction
  • Balance Training
  • Pre/Post Partum Low Back Pain Therapy
  • Core Strengthening and Stabilization
  • Patient Education for Management of Condition
  • Low back, mid-back, and neck pain
  • Tendonitis and Bursitis
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Scoliosis Management
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
  • Prevention/Maintenance Program

We spend time with each patient developing individualized exercise programs and we perform the following hands-on therapeutic techniques for pain reduction and healing:

  • Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Suboccipital Release
  • Trigger Point Release
  • Deep Tissue Mobilization
  • Myofascial Release
  • Joint Mobilization/Spinal Mobilization
  • Postural Alignment
  • Manual Stretching
  • Cranial Sacral Therapy
  • Cervical and Lumbar Traction
  • Epley's Maneuver