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Frequently asked questions

Do you take my insurance?

This is so often people first question, and we get it! You spend ALOT of money on your health insurance, and you want to use it for everything you can! However if we do not accept your insurance please understand there is a reason. We accept Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas HMO and PPO, United Healthcare and Cigna. Other than that we are an out-of-network or 'cash-pay' clinic. We charge a flat rate for each session and you will leave our office with everything you need to submit a claim to your provider for reimbursement. We model our practice like this in order to allow us to spend more quality time with YOU instead of modeling our treatment after what your insurance company may or may not cover.

Do you take Walk-ins?

Unfortunately no, We do not take walk in appointments in order to ensure YOU the BEST possible care. We take our schedule very seriously in order to provide you with the time you need we require scheduled appointments. Please call our front desk to get scheduled or use the make an appointment link at the top of the page.

Do I need a Doctor's perscription to see you?

NO! In the state of Texas you no longer need a Doctors referral to see a physical therapist! Call and get scheduled and we will take care of the rest! See our Facebook or Instagram post about why this is AWESOME NEWS!

How long will I come to therapy?

Anywhere from 6 to 8 weeks in general or until Physical Therpist and patient decide otherwise.

What are your hours of operation?

Monday – Thursday 7:00am to 6:00pm Friday 7:00am to 3:00pm Closed Saturday and Sunday

What should I wear?

We recommend workout attire clothing that allows you to move freely. (workout shorts, loose exercise pants, sweats, t-shirts) Please keep appropriate attire for common exercise spaces. Also, we recommend exercise shoes. Something that you can be active in (Support and cushion feet) Tennis shoes, gym shoes, etc.