Link Physical Therapy
Who We Are
Judy Florendo, PT, founded Florendo Physical Therapy, a flourishing and reputable physical therapy private practice in downtown Chicago, where she has practiced for nearly two decades.
Suzanne Badillo, PT, most recently served as Clinical Program Director of Women’s Health Rehabilitation Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (formerly Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago).
Judy and Suzanne had a vision of combining their over 35 years of experience in pelvic and musculoskeletal health to increase impact in the community through strong clinical care, community outreach and education, and wellness services to empower individuals regain control of their health and quality of life. In September 2017, Judy Florendo & Suzanne Badillo, joined forces to form Link Physical Therapy.
528 Kedzie Street.
Evanston, IL 60202
☎ make an appointment
Telephone: (847) 868-8396
Fax: (847) 905-0218
Will my insurance cover physical therapy?
Most insurances cover at least a portion of therapy. Check with your specific carrier for details. We ask that payment be made at the time of service (credit card, cash, or check), and we can submit the claim for you unless you wish to do so yourself. You will be reimbursed directly by your insurer, based on your plan.
Do I submit a claim to my insurance company?
Link Physical Therapy will submit your claim electronically, or, if you wish, provide you with a detailed invoice for self submission.
What is the cost of an appointment?
All appointments are $160. Payment is made at the time of service. Each appointment is a private one-on-one session of about an hour, and you will be seen on time.
How many times will I have to go to therapy?
In general, most patients are seen once a week, decreasing to every other week, depending on speed and levels of improvement. After completion of the initial evaluation, your therapist can provide you with a better idea of treatment duration and frequency.
What if I have my period?
We see you during this time as well, unless you have an issue with it. If it is an issue, consider this when you schedule your appointments.