get back to feeling your best
From the first time you walk in the door at Access Physical Therapy & Wellness you will feel like family. We get to know our patients so we can create individualized treatment plans for each person that comes to us wanting to get back to feeling their best. We work with you, your doctors, and other healthcare providers to ensure a custom built program that best suits your needs and goals. Get started today and check out our patient forms, list of accepted insurances, and frequently asked questions. We look forward to meeting you!
QUALITY & CONVENIENCE
Through our partnership programs, we provide easy access to our services through hospitals, health systems, and employers. There are numerous options for therapy services to choose from, find out why Access is the best.
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"Since day 1, the staff has been great in helping my rehab from my broken leg. They made the physical therapy fun. I am really looking forward to getting back to my sports. Thank you very much."Dylan S.
"I would like to highly recommend Access Physical Therapy. The staff is very courteous and professional. Althea is an amazing therapist whose goal is to make the patient 100% again. Thank you for making my recovery a complete success."Brian Sherry
"Not only was Access able to give me the opportunity to do what I love again, they gave me friendships and valuable lessons that I will carry for the rest of my life."Michaela Foley
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Frequently Asked Questions
North Carolina has open access. We can still treat patients.
In Pennsylvania, Physical Therapists must hold a board certificate of authorization to practice physical therapy, but can treat a person up to 30 days from the date of first treatment.
We can still work closely with your physician for your care, however this allows for greater access to our services. If you need further treatment after that time frame, we can speak to your doctor to obtain a prescription.
Our Physical Therapists use a variety of modalities to help treat our patients. There are a variety of treatment modalities that can help strengthen, relax, and heal muscles. Below are a few of the treatment modalities we use at our clinic.
- Hot Packs
- Cold Packs
- Tens Unit
- Laser Therapy
For your first visit you will need your insurance card, and any paperwork that was sent to you that needed to be filled out. If you like, you may print our patient information forms off this website and fill them out in advance. Please go to the “For Patients” tab and click on “Forms” to download the required forms.
If you have any operative reports, MRI or X-ray results, you may bring those as well, but they are not necessary. Additionally, if you are utilizing any type of brace, splint, or crutches, those should come with you.
Our LocationsFind your location
- Montgomery (845) 457-5555
- Port Jervis (845) 858-9999
- Monroe (845) 782-3200
- Goshen (845) 615-2222
- Chester (845) 469-2224
- New Windsor (845) 977-3085
- Wallkill (845) 895-1115
- New Paltz (845) 419-5033
- Woodstock (845) 679-9767
- Armonk (914) 273-9100
- Bedford (914) 234-4445
- Hawthorne (914) 769-7690
- Cortlandt Manor (914) 736-9502
- New City (845) 578-9898
- Pomona (845) 694-8808
- Liberty (845) 292-8580
- Milford (570) 296-3333
- Dingmans Ferry (570) 828-0000
- Honesdale (570) 251-8003
- Fishkill (845) 592-4747
- Lagrange (845) 345-9596
- Rhinebeck (845) 876-3595
- Clayton (919) 550-7722
- Knightdale (919) 261-6179
- Stamford (203) 595-5521
- Brookfield (203) 740-0020
- New Fairfield (203) 312-0211
Hands on Healing
- Allentown (610) 821-9135
- Bethlehem (610) 571-9553
- Bon Secours Community Hospital (845) 858-7112
- Good Samaritan Hospital (845) 368-5253
- St. Anthony Community Hospital Center for Physical Rehabilitation (845) 987-5150