What should I expect?

During your initial appointment, your therapist will ask about your symptoms, medical history, and goals before performing a physical examination. This exam may include assessing movement, muscle strength, fascia mobility, and pelvic floor muscles. Afterward, your therapist will create an individualized plan of care and provide you with tools and education for self-care. Each one-on-one appointment with a Doctor of Physical Therapy is 50-60 minutes long and costs $260. We also offer 12 visit packages for $200/visit and 6 visit packages for $230/visit.  We take a holistic approach, using hands-on manual work and corrective exercise to address your body as a whole. Typically, patients visit us for 6-8 sessions over a few months, but some prefer more frequent appointments. 

Treatment can include a combination of the following:

Do you accept insurance?

Pelvis Restored is an out-of-network practice. We offer a free superbill upon request, which you can submit to your insurance for potential reimbursement or apply towards your deductible. You can also use your HSA/FSA card. Each 50-60 minute in-person home appointment costs $260. We also offer 12 visit packages for $200/visit and 6 visit packages for $230/visit. Don't let finances be the reason you don't seek treatment. We offer a limited number of slots per week at a sliding scale rate. Contact us to discuss your concerns.

Benefits of cash pay physical therapy:

Download our guide for determining out-of-network benefits here:

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Do you offer packages?

Yes! We offer 12 visit packages for $200/visit and 6 visit packages for $230/visit. All visits are 50-60 minutes. Don't let finances be the reason you don't seek treatment. We offer a limited number of slots per week at a sliding scale rate. Contact us to discuss your concerns.

Do I need a referral?

In Texas, you are currently allowed to consult a physical therapist without needing a referral for a limited duration (approximately 2 weeks). While we frequently initiate treatment without a referral, as the majority of individuals require therapy for periods exceeding 2 weeks, we recommend that you reach out to a licensed healthcare provider to obtain a referral for ongoing physical therapy. We are more than willing to aid you in acquiring the necessary referral. 

Download our referral form below:


Do you offer virtual appointments? 

Yes! We offer virtual visits to accommodate individuals who may not have access to a local pelvic floor physical therapist or nutritionist, or for those who prefer the convenience and safety of receiving treatment from the comfort of their own homes. Whether you're seeking a second opinion, feeling stuck in your current treatment plan, or simply looking for additional support and guidance, we are here to assist you. Our virtual visits, priced at $130 for 30 minutes ($100/session when purchased as a 3-session package), provide a convenient and accessible way to receive the care and expertise you need. Don't let finances be the reason you don't seek treatment. We offer a limited number of slots per week at a sliding scale rate. Contact us to discuss your concerns.

We also offer virtual pelvic floor physical therapy for men! We teach you everything to do at home and usually have check-ins every few weeks for ~2-4 visits. 

Why concierge therapy?

Our concierge therapy services offer convenient and personalized sessions in the comfort of your own home, eliminating the need for travel, childcare, and insurance complications. We believe in transparent pricing, with in-person visits priced at a flat rate of $260 for 50-60 minutes. We also offer 12 visit packages for $200/visit and 6 visit packages for $230/visit. Virtual appointments are also available ($130 for 30 minutes). We create customized treatment plans tailored to your specific needs and accommodate your schedule. Whether you're recovering from an injury, managing chronic pain, or seeking preventive care, our concierge therapy provides exceptional and individualized care to meet your unique requirements.

What areas do you serve?

We currently serve patients located in Austin, TX, and surrounding areas including Rollingwood, West Lake Hills, Barton Creek, Lost Creek, Sunset Valley, Shady Hollow, Manchaca, San Leanna, and Buda. 

Do you host workshops?

Yes! Please email info@pelvisrestored to schedule. We have previously hosted workshops for fitness instructors, healthcare practitioners, and business clients.

I've never been pregnant or experienced childbirth - can I benefit for pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT)?

Yes! PFPT can benefit people of all ages and genders. It aims to improve bladder, bowel, and sexual function, treat pelvic pain, and aid in the preparation and recovery from pelvic and abdominal surgeries. PFPT can also help manage conditions such as painful periods, painful sexual intercourse, constipation, and back/hip pain.

Is an internal pelvic floor exam required?

No, internal pelvic floor assessment and treatment are not mandatory. However, these techniques may provide more insight into your condition and offer faster relief from symptoms. It's important to note that you are in control of your treatment, and if you're uncomfortable with any techniques, you have the option to decline them.

I have my period - do I need to cancel my appointment?

No, receiving treatment during your period is not a problem. In fact, it may be beneficial for some patients to receive treatment during this time as it can help assess their symptoms and provide valuable insights. 

I'm pregnant - when should I start pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT)?

Pregnant women can benefit greatly from starting PFPT as early as possible, ideally during the first or early second trimester. Beginning PFPT early can help prevent and manage common pregnancy-related issues such as incontinence, pelvic pain, discomfort during sex, and varicosities. However, it's never too late to begin PFPT during pregnancy, and women can still benefit from it even if they start later in their pregnancy.

Around 34-35 weeks, we recommend scheduling a Labor-Prep session. During this session, we can help you find positions that promote relaxation of the pelvic floor, teach you and/or your partner perineal massage techniques, and perform manual therapy to optimize pelvic mobility.

I'm postpartum - when should I start pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT)?

We offer postpartum PFPT in the comfort of your own home. If you have a history of diastasis recti or are experiencing pelvic pain or low back pain, we recommend seeing you as soon as possible after delivery. Being seen immediately postpartum has many benefits, including addressing breathing mechanics, tissue mobility/healing, pain, and posture during breast/bottle feeding.

If you're experiencing poor perineal or c-section scar healing, we suggest scheduling an appointment 2-3 weeks postpartum to decrease the risk of external muscle tension pulling at the scar and potentially tearing the perineum or sutures. We wait until you're cleared by your OB/Midwife before beginning internal or perineal/c-section scar work, which usually occurs around 6 weeks after delivery.

Starting PFPT early in the postpartum period can help address and prevent any pelvic floor issues that may arise during or after pregnancy and childbirth, such as diastasis recti, incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, or pelvic pain. However, it's never too late to start PFPT after childbirth, and women can benefit from it at any point in their postpartum journey.

If you're experiencing clogged ducts, please reach out to us immediately to avoid mastitis. We can perform lymphatic massage and use therapeutic ultrasound to provide relief.

I had a c-section - can I go to pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT)?

Yes! People can still experience pelvic floor dysfunction after having a c-section since pregnancy alone can cause changes to the pelvic floor. In addition, c-section scar tissue can create restrictions that affect pelvic mobility and core stability. With pelvic floor physical therapy, we can address these issues, work on scar tissue restrictions, and improve overall pelvic floor health. 

Can my baby be with me during the session?

Yes! We provide home visits to take away barriers and allow people better access to care.