Questions & Answers

At HomePT Utah, our physical therapists are highly educated, licensed health care professionals who are dedicated to helping their patients get results.

If we didn’t address all your questions, then please go to the contact us page and send us a message!

1 How long do treatments last?

Depending of course what the situation is, treatments usually last 2-3 months at 1-2 times per week. We strive for people to become not just pain free, but stabilized in functions. This means no further pain or difficulty. In other words we want people to have complete safety and function before discharge and reach their maximum potential.

2 What options do you have for those who have no coverage?

We have many options for those who do not have the usual coverage. We use cash, credit cards, or extended monthly affordable payments. We believe your health should not be compromised with money. Hardships come to us all and we are willing to work with people so they can deal with their pain issues out of pain rather than in pain.

3 When is the best time to get in touch with us?

Each day is unique and different. Please call our reception or register on line for an appointment or consultation. We will contact you within 12-24 hours.

4 Do I need a physician’s prescription?

Utah is a direct access state which means you can see a physical therapist without a prescription. If you have insurance then you will need a prescription for payment. If you don’t have insurance then you do not.

5 Are you going to cover just the salt lake valley or do you plan to expand your services?

Yes, we are planning to expand to as many areas that services can be safely provided.

6 How do I get your services?

You can contact us by email at or call / text +1 801 416 4882.

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If you are experiencing physical discomfort or pain and not sure where to go... well, we come to you.

CALL US TODAY for your complimentary consultation and assessment before making a decision.