7 Reservoir Road, Beverly, MA 01915 - Inside the Beverly Athletic Club - Phone: 978-524-0333 Fax: 978-524-0334

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Preparing for Your Visit At Soul PT

Soul PT therapists are highly accomplished  licensed professionals who will help you reduce pain, improve strength and mobility, and delay or avoid the need for surgery and long-term medication. They are here for you Monday - Friday, year round. You can call or email to schedule an appointment, or drop in for a free screening. Most insurance companies no longer require physician referrals for physical therapy. The staff at Soul PT can confirm that with your provider. Whether this is your first visit or you've been treated by a physical therapist in the past, there are a few things you can do to make your visit a success.

Before Your Visit:

Click the image to download our intake paperwork PDF.
Open the file, it is set up to let you fill it out electronically.
Print it out and bring it to your first appointment.
This will leave more time for assessment and treatment.






Make a list of any questions that you have, to make the best use of your time with your physical therapist.

Write down any symptoms you've been having, and note their duration. If you have more than one symptom, begin with the one that is the most bothersome to you. Is your pain or symptom:
  • Better or worse with certain activities or movements or with certain positions, such as sitting or standing?
  • More noticeable at certain times of day?
  • Relieved or made worse by resting?
  • Confined to one location, or does it travel down into one of your limbs?

Write down key information about your medical history, even if it seems unrelated to the condition for which you are seeing the physical therapist. For example:
  • Make a list of all prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and supplements that you are taking.
  • Make a note of any important personal information, including any recent stressful events, injuries environmental factors, or sleep disturbances.
  • Tell your physical therapist and clinic staff if you have a hard time seeing or hearing.

Bring any relevant lab, diagnostic, or medical reports, if available, from other health care professionals who have treated you for your current condition.

Bring a list of the names of your physician and other health care professionals that you would like your physical therapist to contact regarding your evaluation and your progress.

You should wear loose-fitting clothes and comfortable footwear that you can move in to your first visit. Workout clothes and sneakers are perfect.