Appointments: (512) 609-0771
Appointments: (512) 609-0771
Given the recent outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), many people are unable to attend regularly scheduled medical appointments like physical therapy. In addition, the shut-down of local gyms and fitness facilities limits options for exercise to prevent physical decline and subsequent health issues. Those that experience the onset of new musculoskeletal pain are flooding local emergency rooms and doctors’ offices for conditions that could be effectively triaged by a physical therapist with a direct access license, further slowing access to care for those experiencing COVID symptoms. Austin Physical Therapy, has implemented a plan to combat the coronavirus crisis through virtual therapy sessions. Previously not covered by most medical insurances including Medicare, in an emergency press release conducted March 17th, President Trump announced expanding telehealth coverage to improve access. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) responded by announcing that Medicare will cover e-visits with a physical therapist for its beneficiaries throughout the COVID-19 outbreak. Private insurance companies are independently choosing to cover versions of telehealth or e-visits, although the coverage is specific to each carrier. Access to telehealth and e-visits allows those who do not wish to leave their house an opportunity to speak to a professional. Via video or telephone call, a physical therapist can progress a current treatment plan, triage new pain or symptoms, or assist in developing an exercise program to prevent decline. This care not only ensures patients are receiving necessary medical care, but assists with reducing the overall health burden on hospitals and doctors’ offices. Virtual therapy allows people of all ages to safely keep moving and address physical problems from the comfort of their own home. Unfortunately, injuries and pain do not go away during a pandemic, but rest assured, Austin Physical Therapy is working together with the community to find ways to help. If you are interested in learning more about virtual therapy at Austin Physical Therapy, please visit www.PTATX.com or send us a message via social media.
Establish telehealth system and determine your plan of care. Insurance may cover some or all of your visit. Plan for 15-30 minutes. See Covid Updates to learn about how to get ready for your visit.
Depending on your condition and availability your follow-up visits will be determined by you on the recommendation of your therapist. Insurance may cover some or all of this visit. Visits last 8 to 40 minutes
This is a cash-pay visit and will not be covered by insurance. These visits are by request and can provide you the help you need to create a comprehensive exercise plan. TPI Golf screen or general consult. Again insurance will not be utilized as this is for a healthy individual looking for performance help. If you are injured or have pain we need to see you for an initial telehealth visit.
We will verify your insurance for Telehealth benefits, please know rules have been changing daily. We will do our best to have upfront pricing. We want to offer services, for our out-of-network patients we will work hard but do ask a minimum fee per visit in the case your insurance does not provide any remuneration for our sessions.
We are still awaiting direction from Oscar on their position for Telehealth visits. We encourage you to call your provider and inquire. We will do the same.
Our goal is to have everyone be at least evaluated for PT. We will collect no more than $30 for initial evaluations if your insurance does not reimburse. After we are able to verify benefits and with your knowledge and agreement we will charge between $0-60 for follow-up visits based on your coverage.
Comprehensive rehabilitation programs utilizing evidence-based practices and the most current techniques. Discover what elite athletes experience after surgery and injury here in Austin Texas
Help improve function, decrease pain and enhance overall health and wellness. Austin Physical Therapy in Austin Texas is pleased to offer comprehensive treatment and advanced manual techniques such as instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, Reflexive Pattern Therapy, microcirculation/ cupping and dry needling.
Utilizing Reflexive Pattern Therapy work to eliminate pain with instant change then shift work on your wellness journey
Cullen Nigrini is Austin's first Physical Therapist to obtain board certification in both Sport and Orthopaedic Physical Therapy through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists.
He is a certified and licensed Athletic Trainer working with elite athletes since 1999. After leaving Austin to work in professional basketball he returned forming Elite Athletic Therapy, PLLC in 2013 and is the creator and owner of Austin Physical Therapy.
Nigrini has worked directly as a Physical Therapist and or an Athletic Trainer in the NCAA, NBA, NFL and privately treats elite athletes daily.
He also holds several advanced certifications and draws from a diverse experience with elite athletes, surgical rehabilitation and complicated pain cases separating Austin Physical Therapy from the pack.
Dr. Robert Killebrew is the Lead Contract Physical Therapist at Austin Physical Therapy. Robert knows what it takes to compete at a high level. As a national champion college football player, Robert found his passion for performance physical therapy early. Specializing in orthopedics and sports performance, Dr. Killebrew bridges the gap between traditional rehabilitation and sports performance training. Robert uses conventional and unconventional methods, modalities, and techniques learned during his numerous travels as an amateur and professional athlete to quickly reduce pain, improve function and increase durability in his patients. Robert has worked with many athletes at the pinnacle of their careers, including professional dancers, NFL, NBA, MMA fighters and endurance athletes.
Robert has a unique and specialized skill set in assessing, treating and improving the performance of athletes recovering from injury. Robert Killebrew believes through the mindful practice of proper movement the human experience can be fully appreciated.
He resides in Austin, TX, with his wife and two daughters. Outside of work, Robert enjoys playing sports, surfing, wakeboarding, fishing, listening to music and eating BBQ.
Please contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
To schedule directly with Cullen Nigrini: 512.609.0771 email@example.com
To schedule directly with Robert Killebrew: 512.662.1661 firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to fax any documents to (888) 854-2849
We are glad you have completed your search for a sports therapist in Austin, a quick note on our location:
*Austin Physical Therapy in Austin Texas is located next to Arise Hospital in the Centre III building, suite 102. Once inside, Austin Physical Therapy sports rehabilitation patients will find an open and state of the art location
1015 Beecave Woods Dr #102, Austin, TX 78746, US
Effective 3/17/20: Open for TeleHealth visits and case-by-case live visits.
Monday - Friday: 7am - 7pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed