Maurice Dumit Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

At INVIVO, our physical therapists are highly skilled professionals. They are dedicated to the art and science of evaluating and treating disorders of the joints, muscles, fascia, and nerves that prevent normal movement, cause pain and limit an active life.

INVIVO offers a unique, hands-on approach to physical therapy. Our physical therapists specialize in techniques such as myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, joint and spine mobilization and soft/deep tissue massage. They also use advanced techniques and technologies such as  ultrasound, kinesiotaping, iontophoresis, and cervical traction.

Our award-winning manual therapies and exercise programs have helped hundreds of patients each year reclaim their bodies and discover a more balanced way of living.


COVID-19 Procedures
For your health and the safety of our staff, we have implemented new guidelines. Please read our re-opening protocols.

– Screening Questionnaire at Booking.
– Complete a Health Waiver at visit.
– Practice Physical Distancing.
– Masks are required.
– Arrive dressed for your appointment in comfortable clothes.
– Locker rooms OPEN! No shower, sauna or towel service at this time.
– Contactless payment. Have a credit card on file.


We can help you:

-Maximize your movement

-Reduce muscle tension

-Relieve chronic pain

-Manage sciatica, low-back, and disc pain

-Relieve tension headaches and decrease migraine frequency

-Enhance exercise and sports performance

-Discover preventative care

We treat the following:

Want to treat joint and muscle pain without surgery? INVIVO Wellness offers alternatives to surgery like rehabilitation with physical therapy and massage.

Conditions

-disc herniations

-joint injuries – knee, hip, ankle, wrists

-rotator cuff and shoulder tendonitis

-tennis elbow

-frozen shoulder

-plantar faciitis

-hypermobility syndrome

Chronic Pain

-headaches

-arthritis

-TMJ (jaw pain)

-neck and upper back pain

-low back pain

-hip pain



DURING COVID-19 and Safer in Place, we are here for you – Milwaukee.

If you are dealing with pain or an injury, reach out to INVIVO Wellness for Physical Therapy. We will develop a personalized plan for treatment and care.

No doctor referral is required for Physical Therapy. INVIVO Wellness is a preferred provider for over 170 insurance plans.

Deemed an essential service, we are open:
Mondays 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Tuesdays 9:00 – 8:00 pm
Wednesdays: Closed
Thursdays 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Fridays 9:00 – 5:00 pm

Call us to request an appointment at 414-265-5606.

We will call you back to schedule your appointment. Please check your voicemails.

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If you are experiencing pain, physical therapy at INVIVO Wellness is a good place to start.

No doctor referral is required. INVIVO Physical Therapy is a preferred provider for all major insurance and Medicare.

Don’t let life’s nagging little pains or injury keep you from living life to its fullest. Maximize your movement.

Call 414-265-5606 to schedule a FREE 20-minute Physical Therapy screening with one of our award-winning physical therapists.

Meet with an INVIVO Physical Therapist to determine if Physical Therapy is the right course of treatment for your situation. We are here to help you and give you guidance.

INVIVO Wellness is accepting new patients.
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TREATMENT
People come to physical therapy for a variety of reasons. Some clients have pain resulting from a recent injury and others have longstanding pain.

No matter how you arrived at this point, you are most likely a bit worried, tired of being in pain, and wonder what the future holds in store.

-Maximize your movement
-Personalized care that meets your needs.
-Avoid Opioids
-Avoid Surgery

We’ve created an information page (see ‘what to expect‘ ) to help you better understand what you will be encountering during your course of physical therapy treatment.

PHYSICAL THERAPY APPOINTMENTS
How do I get started with Physical Therapy at INVIVO Wellness?

1. Call us at 414-265-5606 to book an evaluation or screening appointment.

2. Determine if you will be using insurance or pay cash.

3. Prepare for your visit. Plan to wear loose comfortable clothing that doesn’t restrict your movement in any way.

4. Arrive 15 minutes early to your first appointment to fill out the paperwork. Bring your insurance cards. Paperwork includes insurance and pain evalutation forms.

INSURANCE
Before starting any physical therapy treatment program, we will verify your insurance benefits and explain them to you at your first visit. INVIVO is a preferred provider for over 170 insurance plans and Medicare. We provide claims management for all approved worker’s compensation cases.

We recommend you bring your insurance cards should you decide to book an in-depth 60-minute evaluation appointment.

PAYMENT
Cash payments are accepted and we provide appropriate receipts for taxes and Flex Spending reimbursements. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and Health Savings Cards. Please note that copayments and coinsurance will be collected at the time of service.

CANCELLATION POLICY
Please note we require 24 hours’ notice for all appointment cancellations. This allows us time to rebook the appointment time. Appointments canceled with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged $35.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
Check out our answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Physical Therapy treatment and appointments.


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Maurice Dumit

MPT

Amanda Mueller PTA, LMT

Amanda Mueller

PTA, LMT

Good for:

Chronic and acute pain
Back and joint pain
Sports injuries
Sports enhancement and performance

Appointments:

Monday: 9 am-8 pm
Tuesday: 9 am-8pm
Wednesday: closed
Thursday: 9 am-7 pm
Friday: 9 am-5 pm

What to Expect

People come to physical therapy for a variety of reasons. Some clients have pain resulting from a recent injury and others have longstanding pain. No matter how you arrived at this point you are most likely a bit worried, tired of being in pain and wondering what the future holds in store. We have created this information page to help you better understand what you will be encountering during your course of physical therapy.

Physical therapy is a process that has a beginning, middle and an end. On your first day you will receive a thorough evaluation with the goal of identifying all the structures responsible for pain. This may include any combination of muscle, ligaments, tendon, joint, nerve or vascular dysfunction. So don’t be surprised if your therapist checks your feet when you have pain in your neck!

Based on the results of the evaluation your therapist will give you a physical therapy diagnosis and will recommend how many times a week (frequency) you will need to be seen and for how many weeks (duration). At this time you and your therapist will also determine what the appropriate goals are for treatment. Very severe cases may require up to three visits per week. Most cases only require one to two visits per week.

Although each person and their problems are unique, physical therapists will follow a similar course of action for all patients. Our first priority is to minimize pain, followed by correcting the dysfunctions and finally strengthening and stabilizing the involved body parts.

On any given day you may expect to participate in several treatment modalities that may include any combination of body work, therapeutic exercise and/or thermogenic or electrical modalities.

It is important to remember that physical therapy alone may not be the entire solution to your problem. This is why physical therapists maintain good communication with your physician. Your therapist may even recommend to you and your physician that other professionals be involved in the course of treatment including medical specialists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, nutritionists and psychologists to meet your therapeutic goals.

Throughout your course of treatment you should expect to have days where your pain is worse and others where pain has diminished. As therapy continues, however, you should begin to experience more and more “good” days and less “bad” days. As you improve your therapist most likely will decrease the frequency and/or the daily duration of treatment. Little by little you will begin to feel less pain and increasingly stronger. When you have reached your goals your therapist will perform one final evaluation and provide you with final instruction for maintaining your new level of wellness.

Physical Therapy with Maurice Dumit at INVIVO Milwaukee

Insurance

Before starting any physical therapy program, we will verify your insurance benefits and we will explain them to you at your first visit.

Be aware that all insurance companies stipulate that “explanation of benefits is not a guarantee of payment.”

It is for this reason that we suggest that you also check with your insurance company prior to making an appointment to start physical therapy.

Remember: You are ultimately responsible for all medical charges you incur whether you have insurance or not.

Insurance: Invivo is a preferred provider for over 170 insurance plans. To the right is a partial list of insurance plans accepted.

Workers Compensation: We provide claims’ management for all approved worker’s compensation cases. The following is information you’ll need to provide to Invivo:
• Worker’s Compensation claim number.
• Date of injury.
• Case worker’s name, mailing address and telephone number.

Attorney Hold: If you are involved in a litigation case your attorney may guarantee physical therapy payments when your case is resolved. Please provide us the following information:
• Name of attorney and firm
• Phone and fax number
• Address

Direct Pay and Flex Spending: Cash payments are accepted and we provide appropriate receipts for taxes and Flex Spending reimbursements.

Health Savings Accounts: We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and Health Savings Cards. Appropriate receipts are provided for other HSA accounts.

FAQs

Q. Do I need physical therapy?

If you are experiencing pain, physical therapy is a good place to start.

Invivo offers free 20-minute physical screening evaluations with a state licensed Physical Therapist that will help you determine if physical therapy can help you.

Pain can be classified into two different types – visceral and somatic. Visceral pain emerges from the internal organs. Somatic pain emerges from structures that include the skeletal and muscular system. Identifying the origin of pain can often be a difficult and confusing process.

Q. What types of injuries and pain do you treat?

A partial list of common conditions includes:

Orthopedic:

  • Acute and chronic back and neck pain
  • Disc herniations
  • Sciatica
  • Whiplash
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Rotator cuff and shoulder tendonitis
  • Tennis elbow
  • Hip pain
  • Knee Meniscus and ACL injuries
  • Plantar Fasciitis

Chronic Pain:

  • TMJ (jaw pain)
  • Spine
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches
  • Degenerative Arthritis

Q. What types of techniques are used?

The Physical Therapists of INVIVO are manual therapists. As such we specialize in hands-on techniques including:

  • Myofascial release
  • Joint and spine manipulation
  • Craniosacral therapy
  • Soft and deep tissue massage
  • Pilates and Yoga-based strength and stabilization

We also use advanced techniques and technology including:

  • Kinesiotaping
  • Iontophoresis
  • Ultrasound
  • Cervical traction
  • Neuromuscular electrical stimulation

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