Our team strives to help minimize your pain and improve function to the Max!
Our team strives to help minimize your pain and improve function to the Max!

Frequently Asked Questions

In this section we provide answers to the most commonly asked questions about physical therapy. We hope you enjoy the information and share it with others. If you do not find what you are looking for, don't hesitate to get in touch.

First appointment: What you should bring with you

Ideally, you should come wearing athletic and comfortable clothing.  You should remember to get a prescription from your doctor for physical therapy treatments and bring along any x-rays you have.

Does your Health Insurance cover Payment of costs: We are happy to assist you

If you have any questions about whether your health insurance covers the costs of your treatments, we'd be happy to assist you - just call at 219 8056923 or come into our clinic

Therapy sessions: Coordinated with your schedule

Appointments can be scheduled with the different therapists based on your individual needs. 

Contact Us

Max Health Physical Therapy at two convenient locations:


1000 Eagle Ridge Dr
Suite B
Schererville, Indiana 46375

Ph: ( 219) 865-9020

Fax: (219)865-8021

and 

8127 Merrillville Road, Suite 2

Merrillville, Indiana 46410

Ph: (219)805-6923

Fax: (219)865-8021

 

Email: aradhana@maxptcare.com  or call us for immediate appointment with one of our highly qualified therapists. We will be happy to give a complementary 10 -15 minute appointment to discuss how our therapists could help you.

 

 

 

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