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Our physical therapy team at Movement Physiotherapy & Performance in Uniontown, PA is dedicated to determining the root cause of your condition and developing a treatment plan to help you return to a fulfilling and active lifestyle.

Our Uniontown, PA physical therapy clinic can help you get back to doing what you love!

Getting ready for your first appointment

  • Arrive 15 minutes early for your first visit to allow time to complete your paperwork.
  • Do you have any additional questions? Prepare a list of questions to ask during your first meeting.
  • Bring all of your documentation. A photo ID and a copy of your insurance card are required.
  • Please call our office ahead of time at 724-912-7878 to confirm your insurance benefits.
  • Prepare to discuss your medical history, previous treatments, current medications, and other relevant information.
  • Create a list of any symptoms or warning signs that the therapist should be aware of. What recently irritated or hurt you? How long have you been focusing on this issue? What are you unable to do as a result of this?

Direct Access

Did you know you don’t need a referral to see a physical therapist?

Not everyone is aware that if you are experiencing pain or an injury, you can go directly to your physical therapist. It makes no difference whether you’re dealing with an old or new problem. You can schedule an appointment with one of our therapists in any of the 50 states to get help as soon as possible.

Direct Access in the medical community refers to the ability to see a physical therapist whenever you want without obtaining permission from your physician or medical practitioner.

Physical therapists routinely assess and treat patients without the recommendation of a physician. You can reach us at Movement Physiotherapy & Performance in Uniontown, PA, and we’ll schedule your appointment right away! Direct Access eliminates the need to waste time waiting for a doctor’s appointment, then waiting for a referral to physical therapy and another appointment with the therapist.

Another advantage of seeing your physical therapist right away is the cost savings. Beyond the cost of copayments to see your doctor, being referred to a specialist, paying another copay, and then being referred to physical therapy, you can save money by seeing our team directly.

Direct Access is all about being able to make your own decisions without being constrained by outdated rules. It gives you control over your healthcare, allowing you to focus on your recovery rather than waiting for another appointment to get the help you need right away!

Direct Access also allows you to save money, schedule appointments when you want, and hasten your recovery so you can get relief and get back to doing what you love. If you have any questions about Direct Access or want to make an appointment with a physical therapist, call Movement Physiotherapy & Performance in Uniontown, PA right away!

Insurance Info

Are you covered by any of these policies? We have provided a list of our most popular in-network plans for your convenience; however, this is not an exhaustive list!

To confirm other insurance plans, please call our office at 724-912-7878.

  • Unicare
  • Tricare
  • Southcare
  • PHCS
  • Great-West
  • Golden Rule
  • Fiserv Health
  • Aetna


I highly recommend Movement Physiotherapy and Performance!

This was my first experience seeing a physical therapist, and this facility was EXCELLENT. Tyler and his team helped rehab my injury, while also giving me the proper information and tools to carry with me after my treatments were complete. If I ever need physical therapy in the future, I will certainly be back at this facility. 10/10 recommend.

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Brittany H.


They helped my kids return to sports after injuries!

Movement Physiotherapy has worked with both of my kids and we have been very pleased. My 16yo son rehabbed soccer injuries of ankle sprains and has gained strength and stability to continue to play club and high school soccer. My 18yo daughter had a foot/ankle injury from triple jumping in track and is now completely pain-free. Both kids found Tyler and his staff knowledgeable, easy and fun to work with, and enjoyed going to their treatments, even though they were sweaty and tired afterward. I highly recommend Movement Physiotherapy.

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Christine W.


I regained full range of motion after an ACL injury!

I tore my ACL 9 months ago and they did a great job rehabbing me back. I am 100% back to my full range of motion with strength back in my quad.

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Essence D.


They are the best in physical therapy!

Movement Physiotherapy is the best PT clinic in the area! Tyler was quick to get in touch with me the same day I reached out to him regarding my torn…

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Jenn H.


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We want to help as many people in Uniontown, PA as possible find pain relief and improve their mobility.

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Will my insurance cover the cost of treatment?

We understand that dealing with insurance can be complicated; therefore, Movement Physiotherapy & Performance would gladly assist you and answer your questions. It is important to contact your insurance carrier to determine your coverage depending on your specific policy.

Visit our insurance plans page for additional information, and please do not hesitate to contact our Uniontown, PA physical therapy office.

For your convenience, we provide a variety of payment alternatives.

Are physical therapy treatments painful?

Physical therapy is intended to relieve pain rather than aggravate it. Your pain levels, however, may fluctuate. Our therapists will clearly define what constitutes "normal" pain and what does not. To facilitate improvements in your overall condition, some situations necessitate exercises or actions that can elicit a pain response.

You may experience some discomfort as a result of using weakened or recovering muscles. Alternatively, due to the nature of the condition, restoring range of motion after surgery can be painful for some. Unfortunately, experiencing a temporary increase in pain may be critical to your recovery. Although it may seem counterintuitive, there are times when increased pain early on can prevent more severe pain later on.

Rest assured that we will do everything possible to reduce your pain and prevent it from worsening during your physical therapy session. Communication with our therapist will aid in the reduction of any discomfort you may experience during your physical therapy treatments.

We want you to be pain-free and back to your normal activities as soon as possible, and we will do everything we can to prepare you for any discomfort.

Can I go to any physical therapy clinic?

According to “The Patient’s Bill of Rights” law, you can decide what physical therapy clinic you choose for your care.

Although a lot of physicians recommend a physical therapy clinic they may prefer, you are under no obligation to go to that clinic. No medical practitioner, insurance company, or other entity can insist you attend a physical therapy clinic. The choice is yours to make!

Your basic patient rights include these:

The right to information about quality: You can look up information about medical practitioners' credentials, statistics regarding hospitals and clinics, and what your health plan covers in easy-to-understand language.

The right to choose a healthcare provider: Besides your primary healthcare provider, this also covers specialists, including physical therapists.

The right to emergency services: You can't be denied treatment in an emergency.

The right to make decisions: It's up to you to decide which course of treatment you want to follow.

The right to respect: You must be treated with respect regardless of sex, age, race, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability.

The right to confidentiality: Your health information is private and cannot be released without your consent.

The right to complain: All providers (insurance, physicians, clinics and hospitals, etc.) must have a grievance procedure.

All fifty states and the District of Columbia have made a ruling enabling patients “Direct Access” to physical therapy services and programs. This means you can contact a physical therapist directly without a physician's prescription or referral.

How do I make payment for each session?

To ensure that you understand your requirements, we recommend that you contact your insurance carrier to determine your coverage, copayments/coinsurance, and overall plan.

At each visit, our staff will assess your insurance benefits and notify you of your payments.

We accept the following payment methods:

  • Cach
  • Cheque
  • Debit card
  • Credit card

We also provide payment options based on the individual's situation and can provide additional information upon request.

It is our policy to collect payment at the time of service.