For Physicians

Refer a Patient

Rehabilitation is an important factor in the road to recovery. Not all facilities are created equal and many considerations should be taken into account when choosing who to refer your patients to for physical therapy. When it comes to success and failure, the right physical therapist can make all the difference. That’s why you need to choose Midland Physical Therapy for your rehabilitation source.

When patients are referred to us, we commit to maintaining open and frequent communication with the referring physician to update them on the course of treatment and patient progress.

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Why Refer Your Patients?

For over twenty years, Midland Physical Therapy has remained dedicated to going above and beyond for our patients.

We Care

The relationship between patient and physician is very important to us, so we take time to build a solid foundation based on time, consistency, and trust. This not only helps us provide the best treatment possible, but to anticipate future problems and teach patients how to develop long-term habits for improved health and well-being.

We Assist

A busy schedule is no reason to let a patient’s well-being take the back seat. We won’t make patients play the waiting game. Our flexible scheduling allows most patients to be seen within 24-48 hours!

We Create

One size does not fit all when it comes to patient care plans at Midland Physical Therapy. Since every patient responds to treatment differently, we create personalized plans for each one.

We Treat

Finding and treating the source of the problem is the goal of our care plans. Midland Physical Therapy uses manual and therapeutic treatments in order to rehabilitate the involved areas that are causing a patient pain. Our treatment plans are designed to improve and/or restore movement and reduce overall patient discomfort.

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Contact Midland Physical Therapy today to refer a patient for physical therapy. We look forward to becoming a partner in your patient’s care.