At Arundel Physical Therapy & Fitness, we are committed to providing the best experience possible in outpatient physical therapy. We're anxious to get to know you, and excited to begin helping you Improve Your Life!
We're committed to making things easy, so below we've organized the information that you'll need to know before your first visit. We're glad you've made it this far, and we look forward to meeting you soon!
Your First Visit
Your first visit to Arundel PT & Fitness will begin with introductions to our staff, and will include a thorough evaluation of your current status. We'll work with you to establish a plan of care, and we will begin treatment during the first visit.
We'll collect some information from you (forms available below), collect your initial payment or co-pay, and will schedule follow up visits at the same time.
Following your visit, your physical therapist will document your session and will communicate with your physician as necessary. Your physical therapist will then be available to you during your follow up treatment sessions, by phone, or by email if required.
For your convenience, all intake forms are available for download. By downloading and completing the forms prior to arriving at Arundel PT & Fitness, you can expedite your first session, and allow your physical therapist the time necessary to review your information even before you leave the house!
At Arundel PT & Fitness, our service to you is our top priority. In order to ensure that we can provide the highest quality of care possible, it is important for us to collect payments for service in a timely manner.
We require that co-payments are made at the time of service, and offer a number of payment options, including secure online payments. If you are experiencing financial difficulties, we will be happy to discuss a payment plan as needed.
Our office is located on the first floor of the Quarterfield 100 Medical Building at 7671 Quarterfield Road in Glen Burnie, MD. There is plenty of parking available, including disabled parking and a ramp in the front of the building. Many of our patients choose to park behind the building to be closer to our door.