What insurances do you accept?

We are currently an out-of-network provider for all insurances. This allows us to best tailor your treatment sessions to meet your needs. At the conclusion of your plan of care, you may collect a super bill to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement, or to apply to your deductible for your out-of-pocket max. See our blog post on “Cash Pay vs Insurance” to see how paying out of pocket for your care can actually save you money.

How many treatments will I need?

This will differ from person to person, on a case-by-case basis. Most patients notice a change after just 1 treatment session. The average number of treatment needed for straight-forward cases with minimal medical complexities is 2 visits. Treatments are usually spread out anywhere from 1 time per week to 1 time per month, and will vary based on your desired results. The recommended number of treatments will be discussed during your initial evaluation, as well as what the anticipated results will be.

What do I wear to my treatment?

You can wear whatever you feel is comfortable. Ideally clothes that allow you to move freely as we often prescribe stretches and exercises to get you moving and feeling better.

I am uncomfortable with an internal pelvic exam, should I still come?

Absolutely! Internal pelvic examination is only one tool of assessment that we use to determine the best treatment strategy. You certainly do not have to have one if you do not wish. We strive to make you comfortable at each session, and you will never be pressured to do anything you are uncomfortable with.

Do I need a referral from my Doctor to come see you?

In the state of Texas, Physical Therapist are required to have a referral or a script for treatment, but are able to provide evaluations without one. We recommend obtaining a referral from your physician so there are no barriers to move forward with your treatment. Referrals can be obtained from Physicians (MD or DO), OBGYN’s, Certified Nurse Midwifes, Physician Assistants, Chiropractors, and Nurse Midwives.