The Science of Healing & The Art of Caring
Patient-centered therapy at your door
Your recovery is my priority. My holistic approach helps patients achieve long-term wellness and improve physical health and function.
I will arrive either at your home or workplace to deliver one-on-one personalized care. You will benefit from having your own private physical therapist attending to all of your needs. HAPT was formed to better serve patients with painful conditions that have not yet achieved their long-term goals under the traditional rehab model.
Place a call and see how the quality of your life can change. I take the time to make a difference.
See below for a full list of treatment options and services.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Can I Help?
What is Trigger Point Dry Needling?
Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling is a physical medicine, therapeutic and diagnostic technique with a purpose of neutralizing dysfunction in soft tissue and to restore muscle and fascial function. This procedure acts to mechanically disrupt physiologically locked tissue. This is accomplished by inserting a small, thin gauge, monofilament needle into the affected tissue.
This procedure is not to be confused with Accupunture. Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling is based on western concepts of anatomy, physiology, neurology and biomechanics.
Dry Needling has been shown to be highly effective in treatment of acute and chronic pain.
Do I need a doctor’s referral?
No. As a practicing physical therapist in the state of New Hampshire, I am licensed to evaluate and treat patients without a referral from your doctor. However, some insurances will require that you obtain a doctor's order to receive reimbursement for treatment.
What can I expect during a visit?
I will arrive at your home or work space with all of the necessary therapy tools and equipment. I will take all of the necessary hygiene precautions to insure your safety.
During my first visit you will be asked to fill out an initial intake form, medical history and all necessary consent forms. Additionally, you will have a thorough initial evaluation to determine the appropriate plan of treatment.
I will spend and hour (or sometimes more) during each visit so that you will be provided the best possible treatment.
Move toward health
I offer the highest standard of patient care. After receiving a bachelor's degree in psychology from Saint Michael's College in 1995, I Attended Simmons College in Boston where I received a Doctorate in physical therapy. Since 2003, I have worked as a professional Physical Therapist and treated each one of my patients with integrity, devotion, and compassion. My passion comes from helping patients dealing with pain and limitations through treating acute injuries and diagnoses such as Chronic Pain Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, etc. I provide many different physical therapy interventions, placing emphasis on manual therapy, therapeutic massage, and Dry Needling techniques. Covering Southern NH, my mission is to help you regain function and improve your overall quality of life. Get in touch to learn about my full range of services.
Compassion in Healthcare
Empathy provides an elevated healing environment
What is compassion?
Compassion is being able to share in the experiences, emotions and sensations of others. It is an conscious feeling of others' distress along with the want to alleviate their issues.
What does compassion look like in healthcare?
When a clinician or provider is a deep listener who offers reassurance and is present in every moment of your care.
Come feel the positive experience that is compassion and healing in healthcare!
I provide hands-on treatments with a quiet confidence and will always tailor your treatment to what works best for you.
I’m Here When You Need Me
More About Home Advantage
HAPT is an out-of-network practice. This means that payment is accepted at the time of service. After treatment you will receive an invoice that you may submit to your insurance company. This will allow you to receive some form of reimbursement for these services. Often times the patient may pay the same (or even less) than their co-pays for in-network physical therapy practices. Some insurances require a doctor's order for successful reimbursement.
Why is a cash-based physical therapy practice better than a traditional insurance-based practice?
Having the freedom to practice physical therapy without restrictions.
Hour-long sessions that provide more effective treatment
A high-level commitment is made between the therapist and patient.
Both the patient and therapist are invested in the best possible outcomes.
My goal is to facilitate healing and restore efficient movement and comfort as quickly as possible. I achieve this through proven hands-on techniques, one-on-one therapy, individualized therapy programs.
Get in touch to find out more and to book your first appointment.
Jason Cole PT, DPT, Cert. Dry Needling
Servicing Southern New Hampshire