Patient Resources

New Patient Intake Forms

If you have an upcoming appointment at either Optimal Sports Physical Therapy location, click here for important forms. You can print them, fill them out ahead of time, and bring them with you to your first physical therapy appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a question? Check here for our commonly asked physical therapy questions. If you don’t see an answer to your question, please feel free to call us and one of our team members will try our best to thoroughly answer your question(s). 

In-network Insurance List

Are you looking for a sports physical therapist that is in-network with your insurance company? Chances are we are! At Optimal Sports Physical Therapy, we work hard to maintain an extensive insurance network so that we can better serve you. Don’t see your plan listed, give us a call! We are happy to verify your insurance benefits prior to the start of your physical therapy plan of care to help ensure that you know what your insurance will cover. 

Concussion Resources:

Concussion can affect people differently. If you are struggling with the symptoms of a concussion, check out these patient resources for more information on concussions, concussion treatment, and other concussion information. Or check out our concussion page for more details on how physical therapy can help you recover from a concussion. 

Save The Brain Helena
CDC heads up
NATA nutrition after a concussion
Brain Injury Alliance of Montana

 Choose The Best PT for You! 

Choose PT

Choosing the best physical therapist for you is an important step in your recovery. Choosing a physical therapist can be a daunting proposition, especially if you don’t already know a PT. You have the right to choose your care providers. Only you can decide who is the best physical therapist for you! Don’t worry, Choose PT can help you make the right decision.

Use this link to Find a PT near you! 

Local Personal Training Resources:

Are you graduating from physical therapy but want more help setting up a fitness program that works for you? Finding a personal trainer can be a daunting task. Especially finding one that will work with you! Don’t let uncertainty stop you from achieving your goals. Check out some of our trusted local business partners.

Force Fitness
Premier Fitness
Dad Bod Strength and Conditioning

Anneliesse Swingle is a personal trainer and owner of Force Fitness. She loves helping her clients with personal training, health and fitness coaching, and a wide variety of other services including wellness screening, body composition testing, and group training. Check it out! Force Fitness

At Premier Fitness, they incorporate body mechanics, cardio, balance, suspension, body weight, dynamic movement and strength training in every workout. This not only gives you a better workout but helps to prevent injury and perfect the performance of the human body for any activity.

At Dad Bod Strength and Conditioning,Eric Hall helps you put the rad back in dad and make mom bomb again. Eric will coach persons who want to gain some quality of life, and jiujitsu competitors who want to up their game. At Dad Bod Strength and Conditioning, they have a pragmatic mentality related primarily to strength goals open to all persons.

Purchase Additional Therapy Equipment/Supplies:

Do you need any additional exercise or therapy equipment? Maybe your therapist recommended something specific to aid your recovery process. Some of the most commonly recommended home physical therapy tools are Airex, BOSU ball, weights, TheraCane, and RockTape. Check out these vendors if you are looking to purchase bands, balls, weights, straps, braces, and more. 

OPTP
Amazon Smile
therapy supplies
Better Body Fitness

Medical Information

Finding reliable medical information on the internet can be tough. But we want you to have all the information that you need. Here are a few of our recommended trustworthy patient resources. 

AAOS
Choose PT

Women’s Health or Pelvic Floor Resources

Struggling with incontinence or leakage? Physical therapy has been shown to help incontinence. Here are some additional resources to purchase equipment and learn more about pelvic floor dysfunction and how physical therapy may benefit you. 

Choose PT

Julie Wiebe

https://www.juliewiebept.com

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