On the Mend On the Move Physical Therapy is here to help your patients attain the best results. Our main focus is on SPINE conditions such as back pain and neck pain. However, we do achieve the same great results for many other types of conditions that are musculoskeletal and neurological.
Why choose to refer your patient to us?
Ultimately, we know that RESULTS are what counts. Your patient trusts you to refer them to the physical therapy facility that will get them the results they want. If the patient comes back unhappy, we know that presents a problem for you. Not only do we communicate with you the objective improvements that your patient makes, we ensure they also report their subjective improvements back to you. We want your patients to thank you for referring them to On the Mend On the Move Physical Therapy.
We also offer convenient locations serving Mesa, Queen Creek, Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Gilbert, Chandler, Tempe and Phoenix. We have convenient hours for your patients and accept most insurance plans.
We make it easy to refer
We understand that you have a choice where to send your patient for physical therapy. Not only do we focus on results, but make it very easy to refer your patients to On the Mend On the Move Physical Therapy. Simply fax over the prescription and patient demographics, we will take care of the rest. If the patient requires authorization from their insurance carrier, we will do our best to help you in the process. Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to refer your patient to us. Simply fax over your prescriptions to 480-984-3169.
Here are just some of the conditions we focus on:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain
- Hip, knee, ankle and foot pain
- Injury rehab
- Pre and Post-surgical rehab
- Total joint replacement rehab
- Walking, balance and fall risk rehab
- Oncology rehab
- Neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, etc.
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Workers compensation injuries and industrial rehab
- Whiplash and MVA injuries