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Welcome to
Latitude Physiotherapy

Congratulations on taking a big step toward recovery!

  • Before your first session, please complete the appropriate intake form:

  • Please bring clothing appropriate for movement (athletic or loose-fitting attire) that exposes or allows easy access to the area of concern.​ Shorts are best for low back and lower extremity concerns. Tank tops are best for mid-back, neck, and upper extremity concerns.

  • Please plan to be on time or early for your appointment

    • Our clinic is located at 5656 Bee Cave Rd., Bldg. K, Suite 200, Austin, Texas 78746 at the Westlake Medical Center. Click here for directions.

      • Building K is located at the top left of the Westlake Medical Center complex. Come to the second floor and have a seat on the big red couch. We'll come out to meet you at your appointment time. ​

    • For virtual Sessions, you will receive a unique Google Meet link in your email inbox. Be ready to join the meeting at your scheduled appointment time. *A Gmail account is not required.

  • Please note, Texas is a Direct Access state, meaning a referral for physical therapy is NOT required to start PT. However, we are required to get one to continue beyond two weeks from your first visit. *This is a requirement of our state board, unrelated to insurance. A referral can come from a physician, chiropractor, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, podiatrist, or dentist. Often you may not need to go in for an office visit. However, every provider is different. Referrals can be sent to our fax (855-574-0792) or to our encrypted email inbox (

  • Latitude Physiotherapy does not contract with any insurance companies (click here to learn why). However, the payments you make may be partially reimbursable by your insurance company if your plan includes out-of-network physical therapy benefits. To use out-of network benefits, download the Insurance Benefits Worksheet and call your insurance company as soon as possible, ideally before initiating physical therapy—some insurance companies will deny your claims if you don't follow their instructions carefully.

  • Peruse our pain science resources!

    • Along with exercise and hands-on manual therapy, this knowledge will play an equal part in your recovery. Self-study of these materials is expected of every patient.

  • Read about Dry Needling, a game-changing technique, and learn what to expect

See  you soon!
Pain Science

Modern pain science

You may hold some beliefs that aren't consistent with modern pain science, and sadly, you may have also been misled by other medical professionals. This information is especially pertinent to you if you have been dealing with pain for more than a couple of weeks. Even if pain is not the primary reason for coming to physical therapy, a better understanding of its role in your life and how pain works will ultimately help you achieve symmetry and balance in your body. Furthermore, studies have shown that outcomes improve significantly when pain science education is part of your treatment program. Many individuals find relief simply after beginning to understand these concepts!

Recovery Strategies: Pain Guidebook

By Dr. Greg Lehman 

Greg Lehman is a physiotherapist, chiropractor, and strength and conditioning specialist. In his workbook, he provides an excellent overview of key concepts in modern pain science that are invaluable to people who are struggling with pain.  

Understanding Pain & What to Do About It in Less Than 5 Minutes
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