Rehabilitation Services

Overview

Our goal is to treat all individuals with quality care that would be shared within our own families. We believe in assisting our clients to healthy lifestyles — through direct one to one care. We treat individuals not only for the present condition but for their entire health and well-being.

We maintain the highest standards of practice and use evidence based treatments to improve your recovery time and return you to prior levels of function as quickly as possible. If you feel that you may benefit from our physical therapy services, please contact your primary care physician and ask for a physical therapy consult.

Commonly Treated Disorders

  • Neck and back pain
  • Joint pain including the: hand, elbow, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle, and foot
  • Neurological conditions: stroke, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy, spina bifida
  • Sports related injuries
  • Post surgical rehabilitation
  • Heart or lung conditions/cardiopulmonary rehab
  • Inflammatory Joint Conditions: ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythamatosis, chronic regional pain syndrome

Insurance Types Accepted

HMSA, HMA, HMAA, AlohaCare, NF, W/C, Medicare/Medicaid, Quest, Hawaii Laborers, UHA, UHC, Evercare, Ohana.

 

Patient Forms

If you feel like you could benefit from our wellness and rehabilitation services at Central Oahu Physical Therapy, please download the physician referral form below:

COPTS Physician Referral Form

 

If you have already scheduled your initial evaluation with one of our excellent physical therapists, you may download the first patient intake and consent forms below, fill it out, and bring it to your initial visit.

COPTS Patient Intake & Consent Forms

 

If you are seeing a therapist for pelvic floor rehabilitation, please download the pelvic floor intake and consent forms instead.

COPTS Pelvic Floor Rehab Intake Form

COPTS Pelvic Floor Rehab Consent Form

  • I've benefited in so many ways: improved my functionality, learned to re-educate my muscles "slowly", and continued to maintain a pro-active attitude by taking control of my healing.

    C.O. - CoPT Patient

  • I appreciate, very much, that you thoroughly explained the purpose of the exercises - it is more meaningful when doing the exercise, to know its purpose.

    C.C. - CoPT Patient

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