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Results Physiotherapy - River Oaks

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2900 Weslayan Street, D

Houston, TX 77027

4.59 mi. away

Northern Oaks Orthopedic & Sports PT

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1900 North Loop West, Suite 560

Houston, TX 77018

5.34 mi. away

Results Physiotherapy - Meyerland

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4654 Beechnut Street

Houston, TX 77096

7.15 mi. away

Results Physiotherapy - Memorial City

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10100 Katy Freeway, 170

Houston, TX 77043

10.65 mi. away

Results Physiotherapy - River Oaks
Northern Oaks Orthopedic & Sports PT
Results Physiotherapy - Meyerland
Results Physiotherapy - Memorial City

Direct Access makes self-referral for physical therapy easy in Texas.

Here are the Direct Access laws in Texas, as described by the American Physical Therapy Association:

Texas is one of six states that allow limited direct patient access to a physical therapist. The following provisions apply to direct access for physical therapy in Texas:

PTs may not diagnose a disease.

After being licensed for one year, a physical therapist in Texas may treat a patient for an injury or condition for which the patient was previously referred under the following conditions:

The PT notifies the referring provider within five business days of the start of direct access physical therapy in Texas.

The PT must consult with the referring provider after 20 treatment sessions or 30 consecutive calendar days, whichever comes first.

Treatment must commence within one year of the original referral.

Via direct access physical therapy in Texas, PTs may provide assessments or instructions without a referral to any person presenting with no symptoms.

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Direct Access lets you self-refer for physical therapy. No prescription required.