Why Function PT?
This is the way your rehabilitation should be….
You now have the ability to have one-on-one care in a private setting with state-of-the-art equipment. In addition your treatment will be under the care of an exceptional orthopedic/sports physical therapy team specializing in manual therapy. All of this while utilizing your insurance plan in-network. Why wouldn’t you upgrade your care to Function Physical Therapy?
A Premier Facility
We are the premier physical therapy facility in Los Angeles, specializing in sports and orthopedics. Unlike most physical therapy clinics, we care about your comfort and privacy. We believe in a hands-on approach, utilizing our knowledge of manual therapy techniques to achieve better results. But if you need the latest equipment to assist with your care, we have got you covered. From sophisticated modalities such as the Vectra Genisys, to Freemotion resistive equipment, to state-of-the-art visual equipment to analyze your biomechanics, we have it. Why settle for semi-private or non-private therapy, with antiquated equipment?
Here at Function Physical Therapy all treatments are one-on-one. Unlike a lot of other physical therapy facilities, we do not use groups/self-gym care. That means from the time your treatment starts, to the end, you are being treated one-on-one, with personalized care. In addition, for effective continuity of care we always want you to see the same physical therapist for all of your follow-up visits. Why not put your recovery in the hands of a licensed professional?
In-Network with Your Insurance Plan
Function Physical Therapy is an in-network provider of over 80 private insurance plans. Just a small sample of these insurances includes Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, United, and HealthNet. In addition, to ensure full access to our exceptional services, our facility accepts Medicare and Workers' Compensation patients. Being in-network guarantees that our patients will get the full benefit out of their insurance plans. Do not be mislead by other facilities stating that they “accept” all insurances, this does not mean that facility is in-network with your insurance carrier. Why pay large out-of-pocket fees at a sub-par facility?