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Physical Therapy
Direct to Clinic for Immediate Care

Mobilization provides convenient one-on-one physical therapy care in the downtown Hampton, NH clinic.  Care is provided by myself, Annie Ruffus, a doctorate-level physical therapist with 16 years of orthopedic experience.  


As a cash practice, services are provided without the need for a physician referral (per NH's direct access laws*) and without insurance dictating treatment.  The vast majority of orthopedic injuries are best treated via exercise, so if pain or minor injury strikes, you can skip the doctor's visit and come directly for PT diagnosis and treatment.  Given current healthcare wait times, this can fast-track care by several weeks and prevent the detrimental effects of immobility that can set in after just a few days.


With one hour of direct one-on-one care per session, I can provide efficient treatment and education, often streamlining the number of visits to just a handful.  I arrive at a physical therapy diagnosis after thorough clinical examination and by using expert clinical judgement.  If physical therapy treatment is not appropriate, immediate referral to a physician is made.   

Home Visits

Mobilization provides mobile outpatient physical therapy services in your Seacoast NH or Killington, VT home on a limited basis by request. You do not need to be “medically homebound” to receive physical therapy in your home, but availability is limited and eligibility determined after case review.  Please contact me for further information.

*NOTE:  A detailed medical receipt for physical therapy services (called a superbill) can be provided should you wish to submit a claim. Please call your insurance prior to receiving treatment to determine if a physician referral is required for reimbursement of this claim.  Per NH law, Mobilization is required to refer a patient to an appropriate healthcare provider under the following conditions: If the PT feels that the patient's care goes beyond the physical therapy scope of practice, if physical therapy treatment is contraindicated, or if the patient shows no documented progress within the first 25 calendar days of therapy.

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