For our clients, it’s about moving onward.
It’s about having someplace to go when “It’s as good as it gets” isn’t good enough. Our clients remember what life was like before they got injured. They want to take care of themselves, and their families.
They want life to be better. They’re not trying to climb mountains – they’re just trying to get through the day.
At FTU, we help our clients discover their potential. While working one-on-one with our clients, we help them see the opportunities that life has to offer. We teach them about how to address their ever-changing needs. They can learn to keep improving, learn to be more independent.
We can’t change yesterday, but by working together, we can make tomorrow a little bit easier, a little bit brighter. It’s about finding strength. It’s about motivation. It’s about hope.
Who Pays for Functional Therapy?
Functional Therapy services, which includes all areas of service (Exercise, Aquatic, and Massage Therapy), can be paid for by three different means. If you or your patient were injured in an auto accident and were insured in the State of Michigan, your Auto No-Fault Insurance may cover services from FTU.
If you or your patient were injured on the job, your Worker’s Compensation Insurance may cover the cost of treatment.
If neither of the above applies, but you believe Functional Therapy is the right next step in treatment, we also accept clients on a Private Pay basis.
What Certifications Do We Have?
Functional Exercise Therapists are required to retain the following degrees and certifications:
Functional Therapy Unlimited’s Massage Therapists retain the following:
- Licensed by the State of Michigan (learn more)
- Specialized training in working with Spinal Cord Injuries, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Amputations, and Orthopedic Injuries