Physical therapy visits can be scheduled for one-on-one care appointments with an RBAC Physical Therapist.
We are now accepting Medicare part B as primary insurance only. We do not accept Medicare Advantage or any other primary or secondary insurance at this time.
Prior to making a physical therapy appointment, call your Medical Doctor or your Doctor of Osteopathy to receive a prescription. For quickest delivery, ask them to fax it directly to (833) 989-2333. The prescription must be for “Aquatic Physical Therapy” and should include a medical diagnosis, frequency of visits, and duration of care. Confirm receipt of your prescription and schedule your appointment(s) by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us Monday – Friday between 10am and 5pm at (626)-564-0330 ext 425.
Our pool is unique, specially designed, and staffed to assist our patrons. Specific properties of the water make aquatic exercise a safe and effective exercise option.
Therapy & Teaching Pool details:
Please have your Medicare information available when scheduling your first appointment.
Initial Evaluation: $200
APT Followup (30min): $55
APT Followup (60min): $110
Physical Therapy Telehealth (30min): $55
Physical Therapy Telehealth (60min): $110
We can provide you with an invoice or super-bill of services rendered for insurance reimbursement upon request.
To Register and/or schedule an appointment through our AthenaHealth Online Portal, please click here for details.
Aquatic therapy is the safest form of rehabilitation, especially for injuries that affect weight-bearing, because it takes place in the buoyancy of water and thereby removes impact and trauma from weight-bearing joints. Combined with traditional land-based physical therapy, aquatic therapy offers the quickest way to return to normal daily activities.
Swimming ability is not required. We can use a variety of flotation devices for support in deep and/or shallow water. Instructors work closely with patrons until they feel comfortable in the water.
The pool is accessible by a chair lift or stairs with two rails. You may have an assistant/aide at no additional cost.
Pool therapy fits perfectly into the well-designed post-surgical therapy program because water provides the safest place for protected, gradual and guided motion that does not overly stress the joint or site of repair. Patients can start pool therapy as soon as they are cleared by their physician and the incision site has healed. Patients who use the therapy pool program prior to surgery are more likely to return to full function much more quickly than those who have been inactive prior to surgery.