Frequently Asked Questions about Fitness Therapy Unlimited

In order to quickly answer some questions you may have regarding fitness therapy, land therapy, aquatic therapy, and massage therapy, we have constructed this FAQ for your use. However, we are always ready to answer your most difficult questions regarding your client or loved one and how they can benefit from our fitness therapy programs. Click a question below to learn more.

Who qualifies for FTU services?

What is difference between Fitness Therapy and
Physical Therapy?

Does insurance cover the cost of FTU services?

Who works with the FTU clients?

How do I get started working with FTU?

When can I schedule an appointment?

What will I need in order to start therapy with FTU?

What are the typical physical conditions FTU works with?


Who qualifies for FTU services?
Any individual who has a chronic or acute physical condition.

What is difference between Fitness Therapy and Physical
Therapy?

Physical therapy focuses an injured area of the body. Fitness therapy focuses on total body rehabilitation. Fitness therapy is often prescribed after discharge from physical therapy. However, it can also be done in conjunction with physical therapy.

Does insurance cover the cost of FTU services?
Yes, most no-fault auto insurance policies cover our services. We also
accept private-pay clients.

Who works with the FTU clients?
Only college-educated professionals who have received specialized certifications and training.

How do I get started working with FTU?
Call (248) 792-3633 or email us to set-up an appointment.

When can I schedule an appointment?
Sessions are usually scheduled Monday through Friday between 7 am and 6 pm.

What will I need in order to start therapy with FTU?
A prescription from your doctor is a great way to get started and to have insurance cover your treatments.

What are the typical physical conditions FTU works with?
Below is an example list of physical conditions. We recommend that you contact us directly for more detailed information.

  • Spinal cord injuries (SCI)
  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
  • Amputees
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Sight impairments
  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Bariatric issues
  • Geriatric issues
  • Pediatric issues
  • Diabetes
  • …and more.

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