PTRC. Message For Our Patients

Physical Therapy Newsletter


Though many businesses have closed their facilities, PTRC has been deemed an essential healthcare provider and will remain open to give quality physical therapy to those in need. We believe that continuing to offer physical therapy will not only help patients continue their recovery and stay on course but also give recently injured patients or chronic pain sufferers someone to readily consult without visiting the doctor’s office. That being said, we want to assure you that we are taking the proper precautions to encourage social distancing, maintain a virus-free environment, and provide hand sanitizer for staff and patients. We have also adjusted our schedules to accomodate patients every hour and have made sure to comply with social distancing guidelines by only having 10 people in each clinic at a time. Before and after every session, we are asking our clients and staff to wash or sanitize their hands. Additionally, we have increased the number of times per day that we sanitize our equipment and facility. To do your part to prevent the spread of this contagious disease, we ask those demonstrating symptoms of coronavirus—coughing, sneezing or fever—to please stay home. Additionally, if you have been exposed to someone who has a confirmed case of the virus, please notify us immediately so we can take necessary steps and discuss alternatives. Telehealth The safety of our patients has also led us to pursue additional options like Telehealth and E-Visits in order to provide our PT PTRC WILL REMAIN OPEN TO PROVIDE ESSENTIAL CARE. IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 , WE ARE TAKING EVERY PRECAUTION TO ENSURE YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY, INCLUDING ONLINE OPTIONS. A MESSAGE TO OUR PATIENTS:

services to those who wish to remain home. Especially for those who may be experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, these virtual visits will help keep both our patients and PT providers safe. Telehealth is a way for us to make sure that our patients are still receiving the highest possible quality of care from a remote location. You can access Telehealth services via your smartphone or computer. Through this online service, you will still be able to perform your exercises, track your progress, and even have live chats and visits with qualified physical therapists– all from the comfort of your home. Telehealth will also provide you with a more readily available and healthier alternative to clinical or hospital care. If you’re suffering from an injury or chronic condition but are hesitant to leave your home or come to our clinic, Telehealth may be the best option for you! Contact our offices today to get started. Your cooperation during this tough time is what makes us able to continue to provide valuable services to you and your family. We appreciate your ongoing support and wish you health and safety.

To get started with physical therapy or Telehealth, visit for more information, or call 512.353.4575 (San Marcos) or 512.847.9057 (Wimberley)!

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