Preparing to Visit

Congratulations on taking the first step toward a healthier life, and thank you for choosing us for your therapy needs. We value your trust and are committed to surpassing your expectations. You’re on your way to a better you!

Warm Regards,
Katie Hohman PT, DPT, CLT, and the entire Hohman team

Physical Therapy Intake Profile Form

Please complete this form before arriving.

How to prepare for your visit

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Complete the form

Complete the Physical Therapy Intake Profile in English or Physical Therapy Intake Profile in Spanish. It takes less than five minutes. And it’s important so we can get off to a good start.

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What To Wear

We want you to be comfortable so wear or bring loosely fitting clothing for the Examination… Such as shorts or sweats, and a t-shirt.  This allows us to get to the affected body part easily and examine it properly.

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Bring cash, credit card or check with you

Even if you have insurance, most plans stipulate a co-pay of some kind. It’s best to have some form of payment ready to avoid any unexpected bills later.

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Arrive Early

Please arrive 15-Minutes Early just to allow the front desk enough time to process your paperwork before your appointment with the therapist or doctor. Bring any items you want us to see or look at such as x-rays or reports.


Our office is open and transparent about discussing prices and costs with you. Avoid unexpected bills later by verifying your deductible and coinsurance with your insurance provider before your first visit—use the number on your insurance card.

If you find the cost of care concerning for any reason, rest assured. We offer special programs to make treatment affordable, particularly for those with high deductibles or co-pays.

At our clinic, we prioritize your recovery without letting finances hinder your progress.

What to Expect

Please be prepared for a comprehensive physical examination during your initial visit, which typically lasts between 45 to 60 minutes.

Treatments & Terminology

Joint Mobilization – The application of movement and force to a joint for the purpose of increasing motion and range. Can be used to reduce pain. Sometimes discomfort may accompany the procedure.

Soft-Tissue Massage – The application of movement and force to muscles, ligaments, nerves, or other soft-tissue for the purpose of promoting healing and normalization. Can be used to reduce pain. Sometimes discomfort may accompany the procedure.

Pressure-Point Release – In this procedure the therapist or clinical assistant searches for muscles that are actively in spasm or causing pain. They then push on the muscle for 1-2 minutes. Initially it will cause soreness but should diminish steadily. This helps to normalize the muscles in that area.

Therapeutic Exercises – Strengthening and balancing the muscles around your joints are essential for good movement, stability, and pain relief. Physical therapists are the leading experts in helping those with pain, arthritis, obesity, diabetes, and heart disease get fit and strong safely.