Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

All new patients should bring:

  • Insurance card(s), unless Worker’s Compensation.
  • Drivers License or Photo I.D.
  • Prescription from referring physician.
  • Also we encourage you to download, print, and fill out all required paperwork specific to the each location as follows:
    1) Cape Coral office.pdf,
    2) Lehigh office.pdf, or
    3) Fort Myers office.pdf.
  • In addition to the clinic paperwork above, if you are coming for a Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) your evaluator will have specific forms for you to fill out on the day of your appointment.
SSRC is an in-network provider with Medicare, BC/BS, and most private insurances. We accept numerous Workman’s Compensation insurance, and work with patients using Veteran’s Administrations and Vocational Rehabilitation services.

Our friendly staff will verify your insurance benefits, and explain them to you.

No worries!

SSRC has a “self pay” program for individuals who do not have insurance.

SSRC is able to provide a payment program in some circumstances, which is determined on an individual basis.

SSRC is able to provide you the care you require with a “Letter of Protection” from your attorney in most circumstances.

Get the care you need. Call to find out more.

A Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) is a physical test to assess an individual’s ability to perform work tasks and activities related to strength, range of motion, flexibility, endurance, speed, positional tolerance, and physical effort. Results are typically used to determine return to work potential, alternative employment, disability, and/or case management.
A work conditioning program is developed to assist a person’s ability to return to his or her pre-injury job or to maximize their work capabilities. This is an intense full body program that typically lasts 2 to 4 hours.
Total Motion Release is a method created by Tom Dalonzo-Baker to enable clinicians to assess and treat patients based on their symptoms by using simple, functional movements to not only change their center of gravity, but improve mobility, strength, stability, and balance by adapting a pain-free approach to physical therapy. The method is designed to find the motion or motions that suit patients and improve their ability to heal themselves as well as re-educate their body on how to function properly.


  1. Interactive Body. This is a helpful tool to get information about common injuries or conditions treated with physical and occupational therapy by the area or location on the body.
  2. Diagnosis Information. This is a helpful tool to get information about common diagnoses treated with physical and occupational therapy.
  3. American Physical Therapy Association: