While surgical procedures last for just a matter of hours, the physical rehabilitation afterward is a much longer process. Austin Preferred Integrative Medicine’s staff has extensive experience in helping patients recover from surgery using a natural, holistic approach. This philosophy centers around relieving pain while restoring the health, strength, and function to the body. In addition to aiding in the recovery process, we also strive to decrease reliance on prescription drugs using therapeutic techniques. Our track record of positive outcomes makes us a popular option for physical medicine and rehabilitation in Austin.
The healthcare providers at Austin Preferred are trained in several physical medicine and rehab techniques. Our staff has assisted countless patients in the rehabilitation process after a wide array of surgical procedures, including (but not limited to):
The above list doesn’t reflect the full spectrum of surgical procedures our staff treats patients for. We also treat patients who have suffered serious injuries, including sports injuries, that didn’t require surgery. Treatment plans will vary in length and frequency based on the body part and complexity of the injury or surgical procedure. Treatment plans can vary based on a number of factors, including the body part involved and the complexity of the procedure.
Rehabilitation typically combines Physical Therapy with Chiropractic care, Manual Therapy, and Holistic Medical services. Further, we also offer more advanced techniques including Stem Cell Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma, and Laser Therapy. The array of services available at Austin Preferred allows our providers to create truly personalized care plans unique to each patient’s specific needs.
Call (512) 442-2727 with questions or to schedule an appointment at our Westlake clinic. Furthermore, you may reference our Services and Conditions pages for more information on treatment at Austin Preferred.
Q: How long after surgery should I begin my rehabilitation?
A: Although the surgeon who performs the procedure usually has a preference, many patients begin physical rehabilitation 2-to-4 weeks after surgery.
Q: Does health insurance cover physical medicine and rehabilitation in Austin?
A: Health insurance covers many of the treatment options we offer, although some are only available at the self-pay rate.
Q: How long will my rehabilitation treatment last?
A: Depending on the procedure, rehabilitative treatment can range from a few weeks to several months.
Q: Does physical rehabilitation only help people who are recovering from surgery?
A: While many patients who require rehab have had some sort of surgical procedure, physical rehabilitation can also help people who are recovering from debilitating injuries or conditions that did not require surgery.
Call (512) 442-2727 with questions about the services we offer, or to schedule an appointment at our South Austin clinic.