You have the freedom to choose where you go for therapy. When discussing physical therapy with your physician, you can request what physical therapy clinic you would like the referral to be sent to. Remember, with Direct Access, you can go directly to any physical therapist you wish prior to receiving your physician’s prescription or referral.
What Sets US Apart?
At Well Done Physical Therapy we believe that every person has the existing potential for improvement. We strive to unlock that potential by providing specialized care for individuals suffering from acute and chronic pain, neurological disorders, and complex sports related injuries.
Hands-On, Cutting Edge Techniques
Using manual (hands on) therapy, we are trained to identify specific underlying dysfunctions leading to the root cause of your symptoms. Therapists continuing education is critical in remaining at the top of our game so you can remain at the top of yours. Our therapists hold advanced certifications in multiple specialized services and techniques including Functional Manual Therapy, Dry needling, and Kinesio Taping.
Dedicated Staff with a Team Approach
Our staff is passionate about helping patients feel their best. We want you to enjoy coming to Well Done Physical Therapy just as much as we do! The therapists at WDPT function as a team and will often consult with one another on complex patients to ensure the highest level of care. Because of the diverse specialties offered by each therapist, patients are often scheduled with more than one therapist to receive a complete well-rounded approach to the treatment of their problems.
We understand that starting physical therapy can be a bit intimidating. This is why we keep our clinic open, friendly, and relaxed. Physical therapy is not always easy but we tailor our treatments to meet the individual needs of any personality and will guide you every step of the way.
No prescription is needed! Direct Access laws have been signed by legislative officials in 48 states, allowing you to come to see us without a prescription or a referral from a physician. In Texas, we can begin treatment for up to 10 business days before a referral would be needed to continue.