What should I expect?
During your first visit, a Doctor of Physical Therapy will come to you and discuss the reason for seeking treatment. The therapist will review your pertinent medical history and symptoms. The therapist will examine your mobility and limitations. From there, your therapist will explain the best treatment options and help you plan your treatment goals.
Why should I choose 96 PT?
At 96 PT, you will receive one-on-one care from your therapist and a customized plan of care to reflect your needs and learning style. We come to you, making your therapy as convenient as possible. Let’s get you back to doing the things you love do!
On top of a doctoral degree, our therapist holds advanced certifications in neurological conditions. We can provide a more tailored plan of care to focus on your specific condition and deficits. Following your home program, given by the therapist, is crucial to your success and allows you to meet your goals quicker.
Most traditional outpatient clinics are bound by productivity requirements and dictated by what treatment approaches insurance companies will reimburse … meaning the therapist have to double/triple book your recovery time with other patients. This is not how we provide treatment at 96 Physical Therapy.
I don’t have a neurological problem. What is a “neurological approach?”
Even if you don’t feel you have a neurological problem most issues are neurological … meaning the brain is not connecting or sending the signal to make your muscles or joints move in the right way. This often leaves you using muscles that are not as efficient in doing the activity and contributes to your tightness, weakness or pain.
96 PT uses hands-on techniques and therapeutic exercise to retrain your brain into moving correctly, the way your body was meant to move.
What should I wear during the treatment?
Comfortable, loose fitting clothing with well fitted shoes. You’re going to be exercising and moving throughout the treatment.
Do I need a referral for physical therapy?
The initial physical therapy evaluation will not require a referral from a medical practitioner. If physical therapy is the right course of action for your symptoms, your primary care physician, neurologist or other practitioner may provide a physical therapy referral.
Currently in the state of Texas to work with a physical therapist you must have a physical therapy referral from anyone of the following medical practitioner: Physicians, dentists, chiropractors, physician's assistants, nurse practitioners, and podiatrists. If you experience difficulty obtaining a referral for physical therapy we would be more than happy to assist you.
Do you accept insurance?
No. We are a fee-for-service practice that is not in-network with any insurance companies, including Medicare.
This allows 96 Physical Therapy to provide a better tailored “plan of care” to help you meet your goals. Your plan of care and treatment options are not dictated by what insurance companies will reimburse. We do not treat multiple patients during the same visit. We are not limited by insurance pre-authorizations, which can slow down the progress you have worked so hard to achieve.
Instead, we focus 100% on you. We make a plan of care based on your goals, not your insurance. To get the care you deserve, reach out now.