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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much does each session cost?

    Our services range in price. Please contact PeakRx Therapy for pricing.

    Payment is required at or before the time of service. Our payment is based on 60 minute sessions with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. PeakRx Therapy is considered out-of-network and can be considered for reimbursement (40-80% of cost) by your insurance company based on your out of network benefits. Please contact your insurance provider for your specific out of network benefits.

  • Why is PeakRx Therapy out-of-network for all insurance companies?

    At PeakRx Therapy, we believe that providing patients with one on one care is best for their healing and rehab. Typically, insurance dictates therapy treatment, with most in-network therapy clinics needing to see 3-4 patients an hour to be profitable. We believe the best way to rehab requires patient specific manual treatments, corrective exercise and education. You will be treated by Brooke, not a tech or assistant. For complete details click here.

  • Do I need a referral to be seen at PeakRx Therapy?

    In Texas, a physician referral is required for treatment by a physical therapist. A referral can be given by an MD, Nurse Practitioner, Physician’s Assistant, or Chiropractor. Referrals are valid for one year.

  • Can I request reimbursement for physical therapy from my insurance company for out of pocket expenses?

    Yes. Depending on your benefits, you can submit to your insurance company out of network therapy benefits. Forms are provided for you by your insurance company to be filled out and sent in along with needed receipts and treatment codes which can be provided for your by PeakRx Therapy. Your reimbursement rate is set by your insurance company. Call your provider before you visit PeakRx Therapy to confirm out-of-network therapy benefits as well as any pre-authorization requirements.

  • Why PeakRx Therapy?

    At PeakRx Therapy, you will be seen for 1 hour, one on one with Brooke, a doctor in physical therapy. You will not be shuffled off to a therapy tech or aid. Each visit will be geared specifically to your needs to help set you up to continue treatment and healing at home until your next visit.

    You get results quicker. With more time spent each visit, without co treatments, your average discharge rate compared to other clinics in the area is almost half the time!

    The most important thing you will receive is knowledge and skills to keep you moving as healthy and pain free as possible. My goal is to get you in and out as quickly as possible, without you needing any healthcare professional long term for your relief.

    I believe that anyone with a body is an athlete. So whether your goals are to PR your back squat, get back to playing tennis with your buddies on the weekend, or throw the football with your kids, we all deserve to move and live the best we can.

  • What is Dry Needling?

    Dry needling is an advanced technique using thin, monofilament needles. Needles are inserted into muscle tissue to help decrease myofascial pain, address trigger points, increase muscle activation and help with recovery post sport.

  • Do I have to Crossfit to be seen at PeakRx Therapy?

    Absolutely Not! While Brooke loves working with Crossfit athletes and helping them optimize their skills, she treats any and all musculoskeletal injuries.Brooke’s specialty is in Orthopedics. She is certified and able to treat all injuries including but not limited to:

    Post-op Tendon and Joint repairs
    Back Pain
    Plantar Fascitits
    Osteoarthritis pain/limitation
    Rotator Cuff Sprains/Strains
    Ankle sprains
    Runners Knee
    Labral Tears
    Meniscus Tears/Repairs

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