In efforts to continue to serve all our families, we are now offering Teletherapy services in addition to in-clinic appointments and evaluations. If you would like to schedule teletherapy sessions, please reach out to us via phone 512-306-8007, text 91998, or email at For those that choose to use your insurance, you will be responsible for your copay, coinsurance, or deductible. If you prefer private pay, we are offering a 10% discount on the telehealth private-pay rate.

Thank you for your support and patience through this time. Take care and be well!

Frequently Asked Questions
If I chose teletherapy, how will I know if it will benefit my child?

Your regular therapist will determine if your child’s goals and plan of care is appropriate for this type of service.

How long will sessions last?

Sessions will last for 30 to 45 minutes and include parent feedback and update of home program.

Do I need to be present for the entire session?

This is dependent on your child’s age and what skills they are addressing. Some children will be able to do this independently and you can just be present for the start of the call and the end for feedback. For others, you may need to be present for the entire session.

How does teletherapy work?

Due to the current situation with COVID-19, HIPAA restraints have been lifted to perform teletherapy services, all that is needed is a live two-way video. The method of communication will be determined by the therapist and the patient's family. The therapist may request minimal equipment such as paper, pencil, crayons, scissors, etc. The therapist will provide any interactive elements such as a book or flashcards and can email any activities for you to print during the session. Both PT and OT’s may request an open space in your home or yard for therapy.

Who would benefit from teletherapy?

Children addressing the following:

  • Torticollis
  • Developmental delays
  • Dysgraphia, fine/visual motor delays
  • Mild sensory concerns
  • Feeding difficulties or limited diets
  • Articulation difficulties
  • Language delays