I don’t. Let me tell you why.

In order to give you the best care possible we do not contract with insurance companies. Depending on your current insurance provider, you may be eligible for out of network benefits which can help cover a portion of your treatment.

Here’s why.

To remain profitable, the typical outpatient physical therapist treats 2-3 patients an hour. The therapist can dedicate maybe 15 minutes of one-on-one time to you. The remaining 45 minutes likely include passive treatments such as hot packs or electro stimulation and exercises guided by a technician.  With declining reimbursements this high volume approach is the only way for clinics to remain profitable.

That’s the reality for these clinics.  I know it from experience-8yrs to be exact in this type of high volume environment.  I knew there had to be a better model…A way to deliver care that allows for me to treat the entire patient, not just the symptom.  To do this though, the therapist’s focus must be completely and wholely on you.

Add to this the likelihood of feeling better quicker from the comfort of your own home or office… imagine getting back to playing golf, gardening, or your yoga class sooner.

What’s that value to you!?

For patients with high deductibles, it’s a No Brainer. Because you will pay just as much at  a standard insurance-based clinic until that deductible is met. Your receipt provided by us can be submitted to your insurance and applied to your out-of-network deductible.

YES. In the state of Texas you must have a referral for “Physical Therapy” from a medical professional in order to receive physical therapy treatment.

An evaluation of your injury can be completed without a referral but treatment cannot begin without one.

The referral can come from an MD, DO, Physician’s Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, Podiatrist, or a Chiropractor.

Evaluations may last from 60-75 minutes in duration. Your follow up appointment will be 60 minutes of one-on-one care.

It depends.

Every case is unique, and factors such as age, past medical history, and type of injury can influence recovery time.  Estimates can be made over the phone; however, a full examination will provide a more accurate prognosis.

In general, patients that receive individualized 1-on-1 care tend to recover much quicker than those that do not!

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