Frontier Virtual Services
Frontier Virtual Therapy provides quality physical and occupational therapy services to patients in their home. We have extensive access to experienced clinicians who will supply high quality care.
Meet The Team
Founder / Owner
David is an occupational therapist and the owner of Frontier. He enjoys surfing, hiking, and exploring with his dogs.
Co-founder / Manager
Justin is the Director of Rehab. He loves to spend his time outdoors and playing sports.
Head of Finance
Melissa is a Finance and Administration Specialist. She and her family live in Vermont with their chickens where she enjoys the cold and playing in her wood shop.
Chantal is our HR Administrator, she loves traveling, animals and being outdoors.
Frequently asked questions
What are some common conditions that physical therapists can treat virtually?
For information on types of conditions that can be treated virtually, please check out our services page.
How do I know if i’m a good candidate for virtual physical therapy?
If you have recurring aches and pains, or are having any problems with daily tasks and hobbies we may be able to help!
Do I have to have a computer with a camera to participate? If I do not, can I use a phone?
Either a phone or a computer will work. As long as there is a camera, we can easily set up a virtual session.
What equipment do I need?
Nothing! Our therapists are trained to use items in your house and/or your body weight. A blood pressure cuff may be necessary for some patients. If you don’t have one, we can help get one for you.
How long is a typical visit and what does it entail?
Are you available in all states?
What should I expect during my consult?
How far in advance can I schedule appointments?
What forms do I need to fill out to request treatment?
Do I need a referral from my primary physician?
In most states, no, but it depends on the regulations in your state. Give us a call, and we can assist you.
Do you take insurance?
What are your accepted payment methods?
Can I choose the gender of my physical therapist?
What are the risks associated with virtual therapy?
Patients who are at an elevated risk of falling should be sure to let their virtual therapist know and may want to have a family member or friend present at the time of their appointment.