New patient Introduction

We deliver optimal care with first class service

We believe quality patient care is paramount. We are known for providing you with the highest possible level of care and customer service.

Changes in response COVID_19

As dedicated healthcare professionals, we want you to know that we remain as diligent as ever in protecting the health and safety of our patients and staff. Our practice strictly adheres to and exceeds the standards for infection control. All members of staff wear personal protective gear, we use hospital-grade disinfectants, adhere to the latest sterilization protocols, utilize single-use disposable materials, and much more. Every effort we have in place is to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. We are a medical-grade facility and we are vigilant in monitoring the situation and updating our safety measures accordingly.

For further information, including additional measures to keep you and your family healthy, visit the following links:

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Welcome to Marianne Ryan Physical Therapy

We are honored to support your physical wellness needs at At Marianne Ryan Physical Therapy. Our personalized approach and 360-degree holistic approach ensures you will have the best care to overcome any type of pain or discomfort you are experiencing.

We offer a concierge service.

Our mission is to never keep you waiting. Each session is about 45 minutes and highly scheduled so appointments are kept flowing on time. Every session is conducted in private treatment rooms with one of our highly skilled and experienced therapists who fully understands your particular condition and will provide you with the personalized one-on-one attention and treatment you deserve.

We do not use junior aides or assistants so you can rest assured you are always taken care of by a top-tier professional.

To be best prepared before your first Appointment, We suggest the following:

Please arrive on time for your visit. We will send you an e mail with the necessary paperwork, you will also need your insurance card. You can download the forms here.

If you have any operative reports, MRI, or X-ray results, and you may bring those as well, but they are not necessary. Additionally, if you are utilizing any brace, splint, orthotics, or crutches, those should come with you If possible, bring the above printed documents with you. If you prefer to email them, please send them to us prior to your visit at

Your comfort is key, so please come dressed appropriately

In general, wear comfortable clothing for physical therapy. Gowns are available for neck, back, and shoulder problems. If you are coming for a lower-extremity problem, please bring a pair of loose shorts and sneakers.

Our Office Policies

We ask that our patients give 24 hours notice when possible for cancellations; we will confirm your appointment two days in advance. If you miss or cancel your appointments without giving 24 hours notice, we reserve the right to charge you a late cancellation fee of $150 for your first cancellation and $250 for subsequent cancellations. The answering machine is on 24 hours a day.

Call if you have a question or a concern or if you will be late. We will do our best to fit you in but need to know in advance to consider other patients.

Please be on time. Patients are typically taken within 5 minutes of their scheduled time.

Notify your therapist at least one week before returning to your physician. The therapist must have the time to schedule a re-evaluation to update your physician on your progress.

Schedule appointments in advance and have the correct number of visits scheduled. If you don’t plan your meetings, it will be more challenging to give you the times you desire. Lunchtimes and Evenings appointment time slots are quickly filled.

Patient Registration Forms

To save you some time at your first Physical Therapy visit, please complete the following forms and bring them with you. You can also fax or email them to us before your first visit.

In addition, below are several forms that may be required by your insurance company. Please check with us to see which, if any, documents you will be required to complete.

  1. Pelvis Hip and Leg
  2. Shoulder and Arm
  3. Back Pain
  4. Female Pelvic Pain
  5. TMJ, Headaches and Neck
  6. Incontinence
  7. Male Pelvic Pain

Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose Marianne Ryan Physical Therapy?
We offer a concierge service. You will be seen on time, you will not be kept waiting. All of our treatments sessions typically last about 45 minutes and are conducted in private treatments rooms with one of our highly skilled and experienced therapists who fully understands your particular condition. We do not use junior aides or assistants.

In order to provide this level of care we are not in network with any insurance plans.
How do I arrange an appointment
If your physician gives you a referral to physical therapy, simply call our office for an appointment. Our clinic hours and location are explained on the location and hours page of this website. Our office staff will get all the necessary information from you and will be happy to make your initial appointment.
Do I need a prescription for physical therapy
The answer is No.
Effective November 23, 2006 New York State introduced the “Direct Access” law. This law entitles you to see an experienced Physical Therapist (with more than 3 years professional experience) without a prescription from a Doctor. All MRPT Physical Therapists have more than 3 years experience and will be able to treat you without a prescription.
The therapist is then allowed to treat you for 10 visits or 30 days without a Doctor’s referral.
Is it okay to ask my doctor about physical therapy
Absolutely. If you have a problem you think can be helped with physical therapy, please give us a call. After discussing the specific issue you present, we can provide you a better idea if it is manageable with physical therapy. You can also share your doctor a call. If he or she is not sure, he or she is welcome to contact us as well.
Who chooses which physical therapist I go to?
Oftentimes, your physician will give you a recommendation or a listing of physical therapists in your area. Sometimes your insurance company will guide you concerning who is “in-network” for your insurance plan. Ultimately, however, the decision where you receive your care is up to you. If you have a specific request, you need to let your physician or insurance company know. We are not in-network with any insurance companies; most plans have out-of-network benefits that will allow you the freedom of choice. As a courtesy to you, we will send your claims directly to your insurance company, and you will receive any reimbursement now from them.
Why should I choose physical therapy?
In physical therapy, the goals should be to resolve your problem, not just temporarily relieve it. Although medication and other forms of treatment can help relieve symptoms, physical therapy produces a long term result. The physician may opt to utilize medication in conjunction with physical therapy, depending on your diagnosis. Unlike other forms of treatment, physical therapy is not designed to continue as a maintenance program. Physical Therapy is meant to be restorative and not maintenance.