YOUR
APPOINTMENT

YOUR

APPOINTMENT

DANIEL ISLAND

MOUNT PLEASANT

JOHN’s ISLAND

WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR APPOINTMENT.

 

You’re ready to schedule an appointment with us. Wonderful! We already cannot wait to see you and help you get back to moving at your best. Here at M2M, we are not fans of surprises (unless there’s cake…), so here is what you can expect from your first consultation with us.

We recommend coming in activewear or something you are comfortable stretching and moving around in because, well, you will be moving. Close-toed shoes are ideal.  

Upon arrival, you will be greeted by your M2M Physical Therapist who will be with you, one on one, for the entire duration of your appointment. Don’t stress, you will not be abandoned on a stationary bike or left to your own devices with stretchy bands at any point.

We like to start these consultations with some good, old fashioned conversation – we will cover your injury or limitation, performance/medical history, any of your questions or concerns, and, most importantly, your goals.

 

From there, we will segue into your evaluation in which your M2M Therapist will gently move through diagnostics – keeping open dialogue the entire time so you understand what’s happening and why.

If there are any services we can perform the day of to relieve your pain and discomfort, such as dry needling or soft tissue mobilization, rest assured we will do so during your appointment.   

Remember, the focus of this evaluation is not to jump to a conclusion or a diagnosis – we are getting to know each other. We do promise, however, that your appointment will end with a unique care plan for getting you back to peak performance. If you decide to continue working with M2M, you will understand exactly what that will entail regarding timeline and cost.

Again, we don’t like surprises. Especially when it comes to your care. If you have any questions before your appointment, please don’t hesitate to reach out. You can also peruse our FAQs for some quick answers to our most common questions.

“Knowing is not enough, we must apply.
Willing is not enough, we must do”