The State of Texas has somewhat of a direct-access policy. That means a physical therapy can see you, evaluate you, and provide recommendations to you and a doctor. It prevents the physical therapist from actually providing a treatment. You'll need a prescription from a licensed doctor, chiropractor, physician's assistant, or nurse practitioner to get the full benefit of your first appointment.
Be sure to wear comfortable, loose attire. Your clothing should allow you to move comfortably while allowing the therapist access to the affected area for treatment. If you forget clothing, the clinic provides shorts or gowns as needed.
Be sure to arrive at least 15 minutes before your first appointment to complete new patient forms, or you can download them here to help speed up the check-in process. Once you meet with our experienced physical therapist, you'll receive an initial evaluation. After completing the evaluation, the therapist will discuss their findings and implement a treatment plan, in most cases, on day one.
During your first appointment, your physical therapist will discuss the frequency of your visits. Every case is different and you may need more or less time than other patients based on your specific diagnosis. Your personalized treatment plan will cover how often appointments should be and how long treatment is expected to last.
As a courtesy to our patients, our staff will verify your insurance plan prior to you receiving care. Our staff has established relationships with several insurance providers. The benefits of each plan are specific to each individual and vary plan to plan. If payment is needed, it will be requested prior to service each visit.