Frequently asked questions

Do you take my insurance?

We accept Medicare and most major commercial insurances. Please call us directly to find out if we are in network with your specific plan.

What does my first visit look like?

Your first visit will be  45 minutes to 1 hour one-on-one with a licensed physical therapist. We will perform a comprehensive evaluation, including assessment of your functional mobility, strength, ROM, and balance. We will discuss our findings and formulate a personalized treatment plan with you, including a home exercise program, so that you can get started on your healing journey right away.

How long will my first session be?

The initial evaluation is 45 minutes to an 1 hour long. Every patient's needs are unique, therefore, follow-up sessions may take between 30-45 minutes.

How much do I pay?

Copay costs vary depending on your insurance and if you've met your deductible. Prior to your first visit, our patient care coordinators will verify your insurance benefits and review them with you. If you do not currently have health insurance, our private pay rate is $100 per visit.

How long will I need to come to physical therapy?

Your physical therapist will discuss the recommended frequency and duration of visits required, based on your specific needs, at the time of your initial evaluation.

Do you have anyone who does pelvic floor physical therapy?

Yes! We have several licensed physical therapists who have received advanced training in pelvic health physical therapy and are very skilled with helping you with your unique needs.

What if I don't have a referral from a doctor for physical therapy?

In the state of Texas we can see you for up to 10 consecutive business days without a doctor's referral.  

Do I need authorization from my insurance to come to physical therapy?

Many insurances do not require authorization before your first visit. However, please call us in advance to verify your specific benefits.

Do I need authorization if I have BCBS HMO?

For Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO patients you will need to obtain authorization before your first appointment. Please contact your PCP directly in order to receive authorization for physical therapy. If you are currently pregnant, authorization can be obtained through your OBGYN office.

How can I schedule or change an appointment?

If you are already an established client, you can schedule online through our website. If you are a new client, please call our office or fill out our contact form, in order for us to get you scheduled for your first appointment.

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