Austin Total Healthcare opened its doors in 1997 committed to providing outstanding care for our patients. We are a locally owned and operated chiropractic and physical therapy clinic in Austin, Texas. We take great pride in helping each patient recover by delivering quality, one-on-one patient care with our knowledgeable experts. We provide individualized attention every treatment session and throughout your plan of care.
We specialize in auto, work, and sports injuries. Our team of medical providers, chiropractors, and physical therapists is well-equipped to provide the right treatment for your injuries. Whether you need methods to relieve pain or more complex therapy to fix the underlying issue – our staff have the knowledge to handle it.
Best Chiropractic and Physical Therapy Care in Austin!
Schedule an appointment for an initial consultation with our providers by calling 512-447-9675 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgYour first visit will last approximately 1 to 1 ½ hours. During this visit, you will receive a complete evaluation and treatment plan for your particular problem.
We recommend comfortable clothing and footwear as therapy sessions involve exercise, stretching, and strengthening. Shorts are preferable for knee, ankle, or foot problems, and tank-tops or sleeveless shirts are preferable for upper body problems.
You can reduce the overall time required on your first visit by downloading and completing your new patient forms. Please remember to bring your prescription/referral, patient forms, and your insurance information.
If for some reason you are not able to keep your scheduled appointment, please call our office at 512-447-9675 at least 24 hours prior to your appointment to cancel or reschedule.
We post weekly information about health and wellness that we hope you find interesting.
Are your feet sore at the end of the day? If your feet and calves feel tense or swollen at the end of the day, try the “RICE” (Rest/Ice/Compress/Elevate) program at home.Prop your feet up at home for 20 minutes, with some ice near your ankles or heels. After bringing...
Does your lower back hurt at the end of the day? If you have back pain in between your doctor visits or at the end of a long workday, try resting in this position. Lie on your back (on a comfortable surface like a yoga mat or blanket) and rest your legs on a chair or...
Does your back hurt when you’re sitting? Try this stretch, called Brugger’s Relief Position.This exercise is meant to stretch out your back and shoulders when you have been sitting for too long, here’s what you do: - Arch your back - Push your chest forward - Pull...