What can the Rosipal Institute for Pelvic Therapy Solutions provide for you?
- Compassionate care
- Return to a fulfilling sex life
- Optimal postpartum recovery
- Pain alleviation
- Professional assessment by a Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Elimination of embarrassing bladder or bowel dysfunction
- Return to active lifestyle
Our therapists will determine what physical therapy treatments are medically appropriate based on your unique symptoms and current, evidenced-based practices.
Do I need a physician’s referral for physical therapy?
Our office requires a prescription at your first visit.
Although the Texas State Physical Therapy Licensing Board does allow for a short-term treatment by a therapist without prescription (10 consecutive calendar business days), we require a prescription for your first visit in order to provide uninterrupted care for the course of your treatment.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
To save time, please print and complete the intake forms located on our Patient Information page and bring the completed forms to your appointment.
If you do not complete forms in advance, please arrive at least 15-20 minutes prior to your appointment time and bring any records pertinent to your care and a list of your medications.
Bring a list of your questions or concerns and arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to allow your physical therapist time to review your medical information.
What should I wear?
We recommend comfortable clothing. Your therapist will need to examine any areas you are having pain or concerns. Depending on your symptoms, your exam may require an internal assessment. This will be explained in advance, and we provide a comfortable, private and secure environment within each treatment room.