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Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Centers - Windsor

645 Poquonock Avenue, Unit A

Windsor, CT 06095

1.53 mi. away

Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Centers - West Hartford

133 South Main Street CT

West Hartford, CT 6107

8.62 mi. away

Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Centers - Newington

64 Market Square

Newington, CT 06111

11.50 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy - Farmington

3 Farm Glen Blvd

Farmington, CT 06032

11.52 mi. away

Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Centers - Avon

44 Dale Road, Suite 203

Avon, CT 06001

11.69 mi. away

Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Centers - Plainville

103 East Main Street, Suite C

Plainville, CT 06062

16.74 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy - Springfield

1150 Hall of Fame Avenue, (W Columbus Ave.)

Springfield, MA 01105

17.05 mi. away

Access Physical Therapy & Wellness

435 Buckland Road

South Windsor, CT 06074

5.10 mi. away

ATI - East Longmeadow - Denslow Rd

168 Denslow Rd

East Longmeadow, MA 01028

14.26 mi. away

ATI - Springfield - Dickinson Street

1160 Dickinson St

Springfield, MA 01108

15.55 mi. away

Direct Access makes self-referral for physical therapy easy in Connecticut.

Here are the Direct Access laws in Connecticut, as described by the American Physical Therapy Association:

Connecticut is one of 26 states that allow direct patient access to physical therapy with some provisions. To better understand direct access physical therapy in Connecticut and how you can start taking advantage of its benefits, here’s what you should know.

To practice via direct access for physical therapy in Connecticut, a physical therapist must:

Have a bachelor's degree and practiced physical therapy in Connecticut or elsewhere for at least four out of the most recent six years. Alternatively, they must obtain a master's degree or higher.

Refer a patient receiving direct access physical therapy treatment in Connecticut to an appropriate licensed healthcare provider if, upon examination or reexamination, the therapist determines that the condition for which the patient sought direct access to physical therapy in Connecticut has not objectively demonstrated improvement within a period of 30 consecutive days or at the end of six visits, whichever comes first.

Grade V spinal manipulation and such treatment shall only be performed by a physical therapist in Connecticut who:

Has (1) earned a bachelor's degree prior to January 1, 1998, and practiced physical therapy in Connecticut or elsewhere for at least four out of the most recent six years, or (2) earned a master's degree or higher in physical therapy from an accredited institution of higher education; and

Holds a specialist certification in orthopedic physical therapy from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), or who has completed at least 40 hours of coursework in manual therapy—including Grade V spinal manipulation—and can provide proof of such education.

Keep in mind that physical therapists in Connecticut may not diagnose a disease.

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Direct Access lets you self-refer for physical therapy. No prescription required.