Success Physical Therapy

"The staff at Success Physical Therapy was very helpful. They explained everything very clearly and provided other information in addition to their services. I really appreciated the extra attention they gave me before my first visit so that I knew what to expect."

-- Jeri T.
Redondo Beach


South Bay Rehab

Medicare PT

Your First Visit

What should I bring to my first visit?
Please bring your insurance card, physical therapy referral from your physician, a photo ID and the paperwork you have downloaded from our website.  If you have your recent operative reports or MRI/X- Ray results, you may bring us a copy.

What should I expect on my first visit?
On your first visit to Success Physical Therapy, you will be evaluated by your physical therapist. During the evaluation, you and your physical therapist will spend time talking about your condition as well as your goals for physical therapy.  Following the discussion, your physical therapist will perform a movement analysis, take range of motion measurements, evaluate your posture, and assess your strength and flexibility.  Integrating all the information, a specific treatment plan and home exercise program will be designed for you.

What should I wear to physical therapy?
Wear clothing in which you will be comfortable moving and exercising.  Please bring or wear shorts if you are being seen for a lower extremity condition.

How long will my visits last?
Treatment times vary among patients depending on their diagnosis and physical therapy needs. Typically, your first visit will last 60 minutes and your follow-up sessions 45-60 minutes.

Will my physical therapist communicate with my physician?
A written report is sent to your physician following your initial evaluation. Regular progress reports are sent approximately every 30 days thereafter to update the physician on your progress.  It is important that your physical therapist know of your upcoming doctor appointments so that a progress report may be prepared.  Your physical therapist will also contact your physician if any questions or concerns arise during therapy.

If you are uninsured or not using insurance:
You have the right to receive a "Good Faith Estimate".
Please click here to read the No Surprises Act.

If you have any other questions please call us at (310) 325-0800, or email us at