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  • “Why does my knee hurt going up and down stairs?”
  • “Why do I get pain in my shoulder when putting on a shirt or coat?”
  • “Why does my heel or arch hurt with the first few steps out of bed in the morning?”
  • “Why do I have back/leg pain when sitting or driving?”
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    If you have asked yourself any of these questions or have pain in another area,

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    This is a FREE one on one meeting with a Physical Therapist who will listen to your current issue and explain how we can resolve it.

    Welcome to
    Cardin & Miller Physical Therapy

    Cardin and Miller Physical Therapy is an established outpatient physical therapy practice with locations in Carlisle, Mechanicsburg and Harrisburg. We are a progressive practice which provides functional individual specific rehabilitation to each of our clients based on their specific goals and needs. At Cardin and Miller Physical Therapy, we focus on correcting the cause of the issue as opposed to merely providing treatment of symptoms.

    • I can now sit down in a lower chair by bending my knee, and I could not do that before.

      Sandra G.
    • Cardin & Miller Physical Therapy is an excellent choice for effective rehabilitation.

      Laura H.
    • I found myself enjoying coming to physical therapy because of the atmosphere of Cardin & Miller.

      Grace W.
    • After 6 weeks I am able to work and resume my regular activities.

      Kathleen S.
    • ll I needed to do was trust them and keep doing the exercises.

      Luke H.
    • I highly recommend Steve and the staff at Cardin and Miller for your physical therapy needs.

      Harry M.
    Come to Physical Therapy...
    No Referral Needed
    You Might Not! Thanks to Direct Access...

    In Pennsylvania, by law, you may be seen by a physical therapist without a prescription referral for the first 30 days, in most instances. This is called direct access. Some insurances that allow their members to participate in direct access are Aetna PPO, Capital Blue PPO, Health America PPO, Health Assurance PPO, Highmark Blue Shield PPO, POS and Highmark Blue Shield Federal.

    If you are injured, instead of waiting for the issue to resolve itself, call Cardin & Miller Physical Therapy.

    Schedule an appointment and get started with physical therapy immediately.

    We will check your insurance to confirm that it allows direct access and schedule an evaluation with you as soon as possible.

    During the evaluation, if we feel you should see your family doctor or another specialist, we will be glad to refer and schedule you with the appropriate health care professional.
    Previously Asked Questions

    • Can I Self Refer to Physical Therapy?
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    • Frozen Shoulder?
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    • My Hip Is Painful And Causes Me To Limp, Do I Need Hip Replacement?
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    • What Are Phits 3D Custom Foot Orthotics?
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    • Why Do I Have Pain and Numbness In My Arm and Hand?
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    • Why Do I Have Pain in My Back And Leg That Feels Worse In AM?
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    • Why Does My Entire Arm Ache Especially When I Am Sitting, Coughing or Sneezing?
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    • Why Does My Shoulder Hurt When I Try To Use My Arm?
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    • Why Is My Big Toe Pointing In?
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    Physical Therapy vs Opioids:
    When to Choose Physical Therapy for Pain Management

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), sales of prescription opioids have quadrupled in the United States, even though "there has not been an overall change in the amount of pain that Americans report."

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