We are currently accepting new physical therapy and chiropractic patients. To see a list of insurance that we accept, please click here.
To schedule an appointment, please call 512-467-1100. If calling after hours, please leave your name and phone number on our voice mail, and we will return your call the following business day.
*Please note: In order to protect your privacy, we ask that you do not send any patient forms via e-mail. In order to expedite your initial visit, please print the following forms and fill them out. You may fax them to: 512-467-1101, OR bring them to your first appointment. We will also need a copy of your insurance card, both front and back.
You may log on to our Patient Portal to complete your forms online.
Download and complete the following forms for your initial appointment:
This is how our billing usually works:
We are pleased to help you with your questions or to provide more information. Our billing department can be reached at 512-439-7330. When calling, please have patient’s name and account number available.
Q: Why didn’t my insurance pay this balance?
A: Your insurance company may determine that a portion if your visit is due from you. Deductibles, co-payments and items and services not covered by your insurance are your responsibility.
Q: Why did I receive a bill about a month ago saying that I did not owe anything, and now I am receiving another bill asking me for payment?
A: When a claim is sent to your insurance company an informational letter is sent to you. This letter is not a bill. You will receive a statement from the clinic only if the insurance company has not paid your bill or if the insurance company determines you are responsible for the balance due. Insurance companies typically send an “explanation of benefits” (EOB) form to their beneficiaries explaining their payment.
Q: I have Medicare and a Medicare supplement, why do I have a balance? Medicare and my supplement have always paid everything at 100%.
A: Medicare and Medicare supplements do not cover some services, Your Medicare Explanations of Benefits will list these charges as non-covered and due from you.