Many patients have ongoing concerns about their rehabilitation program and what the reality of their situation is. Here are some Frequently Asked Questions and their responses from Classic Rehabilitation to ease the minds of their patients.

Physical Therapy is the management of disorders via modalities to rehabilitate patients so they may recuperate function after an illness or an injury. The main goal is restore a patient’s physical, mental and social incapacities by reorienting motor function, flexibility, strength, balance and proprioception.
  • Acute Care
  • Rehabilitation
  • Extended Care Facility
    • Nursing Home
  • Outpatient Clinic
  • Schools
  • Wellness and Fitness
  • Home Heath
  • Hospice
  • Occupational
  • Government
  • Research Centered
  • And many, many more depending on the individual case.
Therapists use the water and specifically designed activities to enhance, restore, and maintain the patient’s functional abilities.
A Physical Therapist is a licensed practitioner certified by the state to treat patients with pain and loss of function. They are not doctors like M.D. or a D.O., but they may have a Master’s Degree or a PhD in their respected field. Moreover, a physical therapist will teach you to prevent further injury and consequences of existing limitations.
Arlington, Grand Prairie, and Bedford.
As long as you are referred by a physician and proper paperwork is filed.
Yes, we do, as long as all appropriate paperwork is made available to us at the beginning of your sessions (i.e. claim forms, insurance).
Physical Therapy is about helping you on an individual level to regain normal function with the proper confidence and morale boost. If you are someone who wants to go back to their lives with minor setbacks, then Physical Therapy is for you.
  • Your referral from your physician.
  • Photo I.D.
  • Any necessary claim information (i.e. work compensation, automobile accident).
  • Insurance card.
  • Dress to be comfortable, for instance, sweatpants and a T-shirt with sneakers. Wear something that will allow you to be flexible, and keep in mind you will be sweating.
For your first visit, plan a couple of hours so it is not rushed and your situation can be fully assessed and subsequent visits will vary depending on the first visit.
This is a discussion you will have with your personal Physical Therapist.
Patience combined with perseverance is imperative for the success of your Physical Therapy. Each patient is different. Some patients may see gradual improvement by their 2nd visit, whereas others may not see gradual improvement until months later. There is no need to be disheartened, for each rehab program is individually designed.

If you are curious and still have more questions about your rehab needs, contact Classic Rehabilitation today for Answers to your Questions. We are conveniently located in two separate locations – Arlington and Grand Prairie, providing full service physical therapy physicality with aquatics therapy and more.