3108 Raeford Road Ste 100 Fayetteville, North Carolina 28303 Book now
Located on Litho Place, near the intersection of Village and Robeson. Across the street from New Deli, Valley Internal Medicine, Fayetteville Pain Center and Carolina Vision in the Valleygate Business Center.
We realize you have a choice when it comes to selecting your physical therapy provider, and we look forward to providing you with exceptional care and a remarkable experience at our Fayetteville — Raeford Road physical therapy clinic!
Our mission is to serve our patients and we are committed to treating each of them promptly with integrity, honesty and compassion. Our reputation for best-in-class physical therapy, patient care and unparalleled customer service, combined with our local and regional density, make us the physical therapy clinic of choice for both patients and referral sources in Fayetteville — Raeford Road.
We work with most major insurance providers. Although coverage will vary from plan to plan, many physical therapy, occupational therapy and speciality therapy programs are covered under insurance. Learn more about our insurance coverage and self-pay options for physical therapy.
Great place for physical therapy – they are a wonderful group of highly-trained physical therapists that eliminate pain and give you the tools you need to remain pain-free.
Benchmark Physical Therapy Patient
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I expect at my first physical therapy appointment?
During your first visit, your physical therapist will perform an initial evaluation, discuss your plan of care, and set goals. Your treatment may include exercise; manual therapy (a hands-on technique used to decrease pain and increase range of motion); modalities such as electrical stimulation, moist heat, or ice; and patient education, including a home exercise program. At this appointment, the frequency and duration of your treatment will be determined.
What should I bring to my first physical therapy appointment?
On your first visit, you’ll need to bring your physician referral or prescription (if applicable), your insurance card, registration forms, ID, and co-payment (if applicable). You may also bring a change of clothes.
What should I wear to my physical therapy appointment?
We recommend that you wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothes–something you can exercise in. Sneakers are preferred in our gyms.