After having been involved in a severe car accident, I was refferred to this physical therapist by my primary physician. Though he wasn't highly reccomended, it was conviniently close to my home. My first visit was fine, although I felt immidiately worse rather than better. I continued my therapy for a few weeks.
After recieving my insurance statement in the mail, I noticed a high amount of these visits to physical therapy. Thinking it was a fluke, I called my insurance company to inquire. It just so happend that the physical therapy office charged numerous visits on dates I didn't revieve therapy.
I confronted their staff regarding the matter and requested full documentation. The print out only had dates on it that I had been present, so a little relief came as I reverted back to the idea that the insurance had an error. I went in that day for my normal treatment, and knowing I am uncomfortable (as I had a lower spine injury) the therapist was aware that I didn't like to be touched or massaged certain places.
Nearly five minutes into my therapy session, this so called therapist is pushing down on my injury and sliding his hands between my legs. (Never had that been a routine in my therapy) I figured he's lift my leg to align my back or something... and to my shock and fear his hands had wandered all the way up! It is disturbing for me to share this experience, but I feel it's mandatory so that he can prey upon no other victims! After filing a police report, they basically stated that he would get off saying it was part of therapy.
Needless to say I didn't go back. After my "trauma" wore off so to speak, I recieved another statement from my insurance. I spoke with the insurance reps and managers. The physical therapy office had been fraudgulently runnung visits off of my plan to collect extra money! I don't want to leave the entire story, just beware, and take my advice, don't step a foot into that office, I should've trusted my instincs and gone to a well refferred therapist.