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Hurley SportsCare - North

5219 W. Pierson Rd

Flushing, MI 48433

3.54 mi. away

Hurley Children's Rehabilitation

1085 S. Linden Road, Suite 100

Flint, MI 48532

5.23 mi. away

Hurley HandCare

1085 S. Linden Rd, Suite 100

Flint, MI 48532

5.23 mi. away

Hurley Family Rehabilitation Center - West Flint Campus

1085 S. Linden Rd, Suite 100

Flint, MI 48532

5.23 mi. away

Hurley Physical Therapy - Park Plaza

G-1071 N Ballenger Hwy, Suite 105, MI

Flint, MI 48504

6.60 mi. away

Hurley Physical Therapy - Main Campus

1 Hurley Plaza

Flint, MI 48503

7.89 mi. away

Hurley SportsCare - Flint

4500 S. Saginaw St., 2nd Floor

Flint, MI 48507

10.41 mi. away

ATI - Flushing - Flushing Rd

1429 Flushing Rd, Ste A

Flushing, MI 48433

1.55 mi. away

ATI - Owosso - E Main St

1697 E Main St

Owosso, MI 48867

15.12 mi. away

ATI - Grand Blanc - S Saginaw St

12787 S Saginaw St, Ste C 4

Grand Blanc, MI 48439

15.32 mi. away

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

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

Michigan is one of 26 states that allow direct patient access to physical therapy. When you pursue treatment via direct access physical therapy in Michigan, there are some provisions.

A physical therapist in may treat patients through direct access physical therapy in Michigan when:

The treatment lasts for 21 days or 10 individual treatments—whichever occurs first.

The PT must confirm that the patient requires physical therapy before allowing a physical therapist assistant to perform treatment interventions.

A patient receives direct access for physical therapy in Michigan for injury prevention, wellness, or fitness.

The patient is referred to an appropriate healthcare professional if the physical therapist feels that the patient’s care goes beyond his or her scope of practice.

An appropriate healthcare provider is consulted if the patient does not respond to direct access to physical therapy in Michigan in an appropriate length of time based on the standards of practice determined by the Board of Physical Therapy.


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