"Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience" - American Physical Therapy Association, Vision Statement
We are able to bill most insurance companies through our partnership with Step & Spine Physical Therapy. You do not need a referral to seek physical therapy services, but if you already have one it can be faxed to Destination Rehab at: 971-242-4088
If you would like to pay out-of-pocket instead of using insurance, please contact us directly at: 541-241-6837. Listed below are our rates:
Initial Consultation (20min): No Charge
Customized Session: $125/session - contact Carol-Ann to schedule an initial evaluation session (email@example.com, 541.241.6837)
PT Referral form: HERE fax: 971-242-4088
WHAT DOES A PHYSICAL THERAPIST DO?
Examines, evaluates, diagnoses and treats conditions that limit the body's ability to function in daily life.
Utilizes evidence-based treatment to increase mobility to improve daily activities.
Obtains specialized education to restore motion, prevent or manage a condition to achieve long-term quality of life.
In Oregon, you may make an appointment directly with a physical therapist, without needing a doctor's referral. Some insurance companies will require a referral to receive coverage, please contact us if you have any questions: 541-241-6837 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Carol-Ann Nelson offers physical therapy sessions in the community and outdoors. She is a licensed physical therapist in Oregon, Vice President of the Oregon PT Association, and member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Neurologic Section.
Carol-Ann grew up in Eugene, received her BLA at Willamette University, then graduated from Duke University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program. She is passionate about combining her love of the outdoors with bringing people to a new level of ability in their daily function. Carol-Ann worked as a Physical Therapist in the Neuro Recovery Center at Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital. She has experience treating patients with a variety of complex neurologic conditions, including Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, Parkinson's, Guillain Barre, CP, Spina Bifida and Multiple Sclerosis.