Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Brooklyn Rehab Physical Therapy ?

A: Brooklyn Rehab Physical Therapy is a physical therapy clinic based in Brooklyn, New York that offers at-home physical therapy services. Our experienced and specialized Doctors provide high-quality care to help patients achieve their physical therapy goals.

Q: What services do you offer ?

A: We offer at-home physical therapy services that are covered by Medicare. Our services include personalized physical therapy sessions in the comfort of your home, creating a comfortable environment for you to reach your goals.

Q: How can I schedule an appointment ?

A: You can schedule an appointment by calling us at +1 ‪(929) 559-6343, emailing us at, or filling out our contact form on our website at We will work with you to find a convenient time and location for your appointment.

Q: Do I need a referral to see one of your Doctors ?

A: No, you do not need a referral to see one of our Doctors.

Q: Can I receive physical therapy services if I am unable to leave my home ?

A: Yes! Our at-home physical therapy services are designed to bring high-quality care directly to your doorstep, so you can receive the care you need in the comfort of your home.

Q: What types of conditions do you treat ?

A: We treat a wide range of conditions including but not limited to orthopedic injuries, neurological disorders, post-surgical rehabilitation, chronic pain, and balance disorders.

Q: What should I expect during my first appointment ?

A: During your first appointment, your therapist will perform a comprehensive evaluation to assess your current condition and develop a personalized treatment plan. This may include assessing your range of motion, strength, and balance, as well as discussing your medical history and current symptoms.

Q: Do you accept insurance ?

A: Yes, we accept Medicare and most major insurances. Please contact us for more information about your specific insurance coverage.

Q: How many sessions of physical therapy will I need ?

A: The number of sessions needed will depend on your individual condition and treatment plan. Your therapist will discuss your progress and recommend the appropriate number of sessions to help you achieve your therapy goals.

Q: Can I refer myself for physical therapy ?

A: Yes, you can refer yourself for physical therapy. However, we recommend that you consult with your primary care physician to ensure that physical therapy is the appropriate course of treatment for your condition.

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