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Professional Physical Therapy - Princeton

281 Witherspoon Street

Princeton, NJ 08540

0.24 mi. away

JAG-ONE - Princeton

221 Rockingham Row

Princeton, NJ 08540

2.82 mi. away

JAG-ONE - Lawrenceville

4056 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 11

Lawrenceville, NJ 8648

5.56 mi. away

JAG-ONE - Bordentown

9500 K. Johson Boulevard

Bordentown, NJ 8505

13.82 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy - Somerset

7 Cedar Grove Lane, Suite 39

Somerset, NJ 08873

14.87 mi. away

First Rehab - Spotswood

404 Main Street, Suite A, Suite A

Spotswood, NJ 08884

14.98 mi. away

JAG-ONE - Newtown

828A Newtown-Yardley Road

Newtown, PA 18940

15.41 mi. away

JAG-ONE - East Brunswick

555 Route 18

East Brunswick, NJ 8816

15.48 mi. away

ProFysio Physical Therapy - East Brunswick

510 Rt. 18 North

East Brunswick, NJ 08816

15.51 mi. away

JAG-ONE - Bridgewater

991 Route 22, Suite 102

Bridgewater, NJ 08807

15.86 mi. away

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

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

New Jersey is one of 26 states that allows patients to leverage the benefits of direct access for physical therapy. However, a physical therapist in New Jersey treating direct access patients is contingent upon the following:

A PT shall refer a patient to a healthcare professional licensed in New Jersey to practice dentistry, podiatry, medicine, or surgery—or another appropriate licensed healthcare professional:

When the PT performing the examination, evaluation, or intervention under direct access for physical therapy in New Jersey has reason to believe that therapy is contraindicated or symptoms or conditions are present that require services outside the physical therapy scope of practice; or

When the direct access physical therapy patient in New Jersey has failed to demonstrate reasonable progress within 30 days of the date of the initial treatment.

Within 30 days from the date of initial treatment with direct access physical therapy in New Jersey, a physical therapist shall inform the patient's licensed healthcare professional of record of the patient's plan of care.

In the event that there is no identified licensed healthcare professional of record, the physical therapist shall recommend that the patient consult with a licensed healthcare professional of the patient's choice.

In a school setting, the schedule of direct access physical therapy services for New Jersey residents shall be reported to a child study team by the physical therapist within 30 days of the date of initial treatment.

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