Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Unconstipated Kids is able to treat children in a variety of ways to meet the needs of your family. Whether we are treating your child through telehealth, in person, or you are utilizing some of our online coursework or other available services, Unconstipated Kids is committed to bringing you and your child an improved quality of life through our services.

Because we believe your child can reach their healthiest potential by aligning lifestyle choices with their unique physical, spiritual and emotional profile, our consultations go beyond traditional evaluation standards to integrate all aspects of your health. This can include:

  • Medical History
  • Psychological History
  • Nutrition
  • Lifestyle
  • Social and Family Factors
  • Household Environment
  • Review of Prior Efforts to Help With Toileting concerns

Do I need a doctor's order?

Texas is a direct access state, which means you do not need a physician’s referral to be evaluated and treated by a physical therapist for the first consecutive 10 business days. If your treatments are exclusively coaching in nature (wellness based), you do not need a physician referral.

Do you accept insurance?

Physical therapists working for Unconstipated Kids LLC are considered out of network, and are cash-based providers. This allows ample time for evaluation and treatments that would otherwise be restricted by insurance reimbursement requirements.

Do you accept Medicaid?

Medicare/Medicaid prohibits non-Medicare/Medicaid providers from accepting cash for clients that are covered under Medicare/Medicaid. Physical therapists treating for Unconstipated Kids do not participate in Medicare/Medicaid, and therefore can only see clients on Medicare/Medicaid for coaching (wellness) services only. Coaching (wellness) physical therapy is not reimbursable by Medicare/Medicaid and services would be paid for directly by the client.

I don’t live in Texas. Can you still help me?

Legal physical therapy practice laws govern how a physical therapist is able to treat in a state other than their own. Currently, the “PT Compact” allows therapists to treat clients in other states belonging to this “PT Compact.” Unconstipated Kids is able to treat clients who are residents of the following states:

  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Iowa
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • West Virginia