Initial pelvic floor PT evaluation
An evaluation includes a thorough history including your primary concerns and any functional limitations you have. An assessment of movement and special tests of your muscles and joints will be performed focusing on the areas of concern and overall function.
After the assessment, we will discuss a plan of care to address your symptoms and provide some treatment as well as education.
Pelvic Floor PT session
Pelvic floor therapy is a one-on-one session that may include:
Exercises to identify, strengthen, or lengthen the pelvic floor muscles
Core strengthening exercises
Soft tissue mobilization and myofascial release to address muscle imbalance
Self-care education including diet and lifestyle changes that can help improve symptoms.
Biofeedback techniques to improve muscle contraction and relaxation
Electrical stimulation to improve awareness and strengthen muscles
Each session is designed indiviually to fit your specific needs.
Good Faith Estimate
Would you like a Cost Estimate?
At Hill Country Pelvic Health, we believe in cost transparency and your right to shop for high quality, cost-effective services. If you do not have health insurance or plan to self-pay for our services without insurance reimbursement, we will be happy to provide you with a “Good Faith Estimate” of our costs upon request or upon scheduling with at least 3 days advance. Call our office for more information or see our fee schedule posted above.
Do I need a doctor’s referral?
Yes, you will need a referral from a doctor. This often just requires a phone call from you. If you have questions about this, please call our office to discuss. 830-428-3044
Do you accept insurance?
At Hill Country Pelvic Health, we believe hour long 1 on 1 sessions with a pelvic health specialist are the gold standard. You'll always been seen by a pelvic PT for a full session, never handed off to an aide, double booked or just watched as you exercise or are hooked to a machine. Because of this belief, we are out of network with all insurance companies except Medicare part B.
If desired, a superbill can be provided for submitting to insurance. Pelvic Floor physical therapy will be reimbursed as out of network physical therapy services.