Virtually everybody experiences symptoms of stress at some point in their life. Stress often begins as a psychological issue which then manifests itself throughout the body. As a result, this creates a perpetual cycle as the physical symptoms contribute to additional emotional stress. Some of the most common symptoms include chronic fatigue, headaches, chest pain, trouble sleeping, muscle tension, and irritability. Stress relief from physical symptoms can also have a profound impact on the psychological aspect, which can have a huge impact on one’s personal and professional life. The healthcare providers at Austin Preferred use an integrated approach to stress relief in Austin, offering multiple modalities to help patients find relief.
This integrated approach has made our practice a popular location for those seeking stress relief in Austin. Although virtually every condition requires a different approach we use a variety of modalities to treat stress symptoms. This allows our providers to tailor personalized care plans to each patient’s unique needs. Treatment for stress usually includes a combination of the following options:
Treatment plans can vary in length and intensity, based on the nature of the condition. Health insurance covers some of the treatment options listed here, while others are available only at the self-pay rate. Moreover, our providers are always happy to accommodate patients with specific requests and provide free consultations for some services.
Call (512) 442-2727 with questions or to schedule an appointment at our South Austin clinic. You can also visit our Services page for more information on treatment at Austin Preferred.
Q: What is causing my stress symptoms?
A: Stress can arise from many different environmental and psychological factors, which also contribute to physical symptoms.
Q: Does health insurance cover treatment for stress relief in Austin?
A: Health insurance covers some of the treatment options for stress, while others are only available at the self-pay rate. Moreover, our staff gladly provides free consultations for many of our self-pay services.
Q: What is the best approach to stress management?
A: Because every case is different, our provider will need to evaluate your condition before recommending the most effective, efficient treatment options.
Call (512) 442-2727 with questions about the services we offer, or to schedule an appointment at our South Austin clinic.