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Serving Midland For Over 20 Years

Midland Physical Therapy, Inc., founded in 1995 by Sheila Isles-Truax, P.T., F.A.A.O.M.P.T.

Midland Physical Therapy is an independent private practice offering Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy. Our 3500-square-foot facility features private treatment rooms, boasts comprehensive exercise equipment, flexible scheduling, and radiates a friendly atmosphere where healing can become enjoyable.
Our goal is to provide complete manual therapy and rehabilitation services to properly treat, educate, and motivate our clients to adopt a lifetime commitment to a healthier, pain-free lifestyle. In order to reach this goal and provide our patients with the best service possible we provide our clients with many individual services that add up to make the experience of Midland Physical Therapy, Inc.

Why choose Midland Physical Therapy, Inc.?

There are many reasons why Midland Physical Therapy, Inc. is the right choice for you.  Here are just a few reasons to choose us:

  • Independent Physical Therapy Clinic.
  • Each patient is normally seen by the same highly-trained physical therapist.
  • Flexible scheduling with most first appointments offered within 24-48 hours.
  • Accept most insurances including Worker’s Compensation, Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Shield of MI, ConnectCare,¬†Medicare and self payment.
  • A caring and friendly staff.

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So glad Midland PT is a part of The American Heart Association event at the Horizon Center today. The BEMER is a hit. People learning how the BEMER helps circulation and that Midland PT offers sessions! ... See MoreSee Less

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Update:
Governor Snyder has now signed HB 5400 into law, making it public act 499 of 2016. And advanced practice registered nurse (i.e. Nurse Practitioner) can now legally sign a prescription for physical therapy. Medicare clearly permits a Nurse Practitioner to sign a plan of care, and many private payers typically follow Medicare regulations, so we expect that priority health, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Blue Care Network, and Aetna will as well, but the MPTA has not confirmed that yet. We do not believe that there will be a problem with Worker's Compensation. Medicaid explicitly requires a signature from only a Physician or Physician Assistant. The MPTA will work to clarify payer requirements.
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January marks Kristi's 9th year at Midland PT! We are so lucky to have her with us! Congrats and here's to many more! ... See MoreSee Less

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Who says we don't have special powers!? Sheila loves her new crown! Thank you, Nancy! ... See MoreSee Less

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