What Physical Therapy on the Move is All About
Physical Therapy on the Move delivers personalized care through treatment that’s tailored for your needs. Our licensed physical therapists welcome new patients from Hooker, Guymon, Goodwell, Beaver, and Turpin, OK, as well as Liberal and Hugoton, KS.
Our practice uses the McKenzie method of treatment for pain in the back, neck, and extremities. After reviewing your medical records and assessing your condition, we’ll develop a specialized treatment program just for you. One-on-one evidence-based physical therapy sessions are scheduled to help you achieve your goals. We believe in operating in a transparent environment. You are an active participant in your own care and recovery and we will make sure that you are informed and that all of your questions are answered.
We are conveniently located in downtown Hooker, OK. Our office has easy access and ample parking. We offer flexible scheduling and will work with you to make sure you get the care you need.
We accept many insurance plans, including Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Aetna, Humana, and TriCare. We also accept Medicare, SoonerCare/Medicaid, workers’ compensation, and numerous supplemental plans. Call our office at 580-652-1111 if your insurance company isn’t listed here. Our staff will be happy to assist you.
Announcing our new location at:
122 Glaydas Road
Hooker, OK 73945
We’re on the move… to a new location here in Hooker, OK. Our wish is to continue providing the personalized care and treatment our patients have grown accustomed to while allowing new patients to experience the very same in an improved setting and environment reflecting our growth and dedication to those we serve. We look forward to being able to continue serving our patients’ physical therapy needs, as always, in a personalized fashion tailored to suit each individual under our care.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do physical therapists do?
Because physical therapists are experts in movement and function, we do not confine our talents to treating people who are ill. A large part of a physical therapist’s program is directed at preventing injury, loss of movement, and even surgery. Physical therapists work as consultants in industrial settings and provide services to athletes at all levels.
The cornerstones of a physical therapist’s treatment are therapeutic exercise and functional training. In addition to “hands-on” care, physical therapists also educate patients to take care of themselves and to perform certain exercises on their own. Physical therapists also use methods such as ultrasound (which uses high frequency waves to produce heat), hot packs, and ice. Although other kinds of practitioners will offer some of these treatments as “physical therapy,” it’s important for you to know that physical therapy can only be provided by qualified physical therapists or by physical therapist assistants, who must complete a 2-year education program and who work only under the direction and supervision of physical therapists.
Most forms of physical therapy treatment are covered by your insurance, but the coverage will vary with each plan. Most states do not legally require patients to see their physicians before seeing a physical therapist. Most of the time all you have to do is ask your doctor if physical therapy is right for you.