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Direct AccessDo I need a prescription from my doctor to receive Physical Therapy or Certified Hand Therapy services? Florida recognizes Direct Access that allows patients to be evaluated and treated by a Licensed Physical Therapist for up to 30 days before a prescription is required. However, Medicare and some private insurance companies require a physician’s prescription for reimbursement purposes.
"I will say up front that posting reviews is not something I normally do. However, my experience at Farese Physical Therapy was extraordinary.
The open treatment area and people working and talking together makes the experience warm and inviting. From the moment you walk in and Betty greets you, you feel relaxed and at ease. If only every medical office was like this. My heartfelt thanks to everyone!"
David B., November 5, 2014
"Before last year, I have never been to physical therapy of any kind. As a result of a bad bicycle accident, I have been a patient at Farese Physical Therapy not once, but twice! I often refer to my time there as "spa" time. While I realize this sounds far reaching for a physical therapy place, as a business owner trying to regain my strength and energy - Farese is a welcome part of my week. The staff there is absolutely wonderful!"
"I brought my father to Farese for physical therapy. The entire staff was very knowledgeable and very caring as if this was their own Dad. The exercises, the muscle massage to loosen up the damaged area, the electrodes for stimulation, the sonogram for deep heat and the encouragement of the staff has made an increased improvement in my father's ability to walk. I would highly recommend Farese to anyone needing therapy!"
Heather B., Daughter of Ted Dahlem, October, 2014