Frequently Asked Questions
Hours of Operation
When is Fusion open?
Monday - Thursday : 7:00am - 8:00pm
Friday: 7:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday by Appointment Only
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday : 7:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday, Friday 7:00am -4pm
Saturday by Appointment Only
What type of services does Fusion offer?
At Fusion, our Doctors of Physical Therapy, Certified Athletic Trainers, and Sports Performance Specialists use manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, and recovery modalities to ensure a patient’s success with recovery and the Triple Play Program. When the patient is proven ready, our team will transition the individual between the three designed phases Rehab, Return-To-Play, and Compete. Once complete, the individual may engage in our sports performance phase, an extension of the Compete phase (Final phase of the Triple Play Program), which offers a more intense platform for exercise and sport-specific training.
Rehab: Manual Therapy, Graston, ART, IASTM, Therapeutic Exercise
Recovery: Heat/Ice, Electrical Stimulation, Laser Light Therapy, Game Ready Vasopneumatic Device, Compression Boots and Phonophoresis.
Sports Performance: Private coaching, one on one or group. Youth Sports Performance class.
What insurance does Fusion accept?
We are client-focused and seasoned in managing the insurance process. While we accept most forms of coverage, please fill out our patient intake form with your specific plan information and we will get back to you within 24 hours. We take the hassle out of insurance and provide a full breakdown of your physical therapy benefits along with a detailed description of how your plan can be best utilized for your recovery.
Does Fusion Perform Graston/ART?
Our team is comprised of clinicians certified in both Active Release Technique (ART) and Graston. These services are available during manual therapy. If you're interested in one particular form of treatment we can prepare your session accordingly.
Does Fusion Offer Personal Training?Yes, but we call it Performance Training. We start by assessing muscle mechanics, then develop a game plan to see measurable results and ultimately optimizing your performance. Our private coaching allows us to cater specifically to the needs of the athlete. Curious? Give us a try free of cost, Sign up for your Free Assessment today.
What is the difference between a Physical Therapist (PT) and an Athletic Trainer(ATC)?
Certified athletic trainers (ATC) are highly skilled health care professionals who operate under the direction of a physician under state licensure statutes. ATCs collaborate with physicians, physical therapists, and other personnel to ensure the highest quality of care from the moment an individual gets injured to the second they return to play. ATC's are educated comprehensively in five domains of clinical practice: Injury/illness prevention and protection, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, emergency medicine (First Aid, CPR), treatment and rehabilitation (manual therapy, modalities and exercise prescription) and organization and professional health and well-being.
Does Fusion offer on field Athletic Training Coverage?
Our Athletic Trainers are available for on field coverage. Want us to cover a game or sporting event? Contact us and we will respond back to you within 24 hours.
Is Fusion hiring?Fusion always scouts talented candidates to join our team. Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.