Initial Appointment

For your initial appointment please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. This will allow us sufficient time to complete all of the necessary paperwork.

New patients are requested to bring:

  • All pertinent medical records, x-rays, and referral paperwork.
  • A completed copy of the new patient information sheets mailed to all new patients.

Please bring these completed forms to the office at the time of your first visit, do not mail them. Completion of the necessary paperwork prior to your appointment date will increase the efficiency of the visit.

All patients are requested to:

  • Present all current insurance card(s) at each visit.
  • Obtain any required insurance referrals depending on plan.
  • Please dress so that your injury area can be most easily examined and/or x-rayed. For example, wear shorts if you visit for a knee problem, etc.

To cancel an appointment, please let us know at least 24 hours in advance so we can give that time to another patient.

We understand that your time is valuable, and we make every effort to run on time; however, emergencies occur that cause schedule delays. We apologize in advance if we keep you waiting.

Appointment Request Form

Fill out the information below to request an appointment. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

*Name

*Email Address

*Phone

Address


My pain is related to:

Back pain
Neck pain
Herniated disc
Post surgery pain
Scoliosis
Stenosis
Osteoporosis

Headache
Leg or foot pain
Arm or hand pain
Joint pain
Arthritis
Other pain problem

 

 

Describe your concern:

Insurance:



 

Treatments
  • Traditional Treatments
    • Learn about traditional treatments for pain relief to bridge from inactivity to physical therapy
  • Scoliosis Surgery
    • Learn about advances in scoliosis treatment and current minimally invasive options.
  • Osteotomy Surgery
    • For the most complex spinal deformities learn about how osteotomy surgery can balance the spine.
  • Thoracoscopic Surgery
    • Video assisted thoracoscopic surgery uses techniques for minimal invasion of the chest wall or thoracic cavity.
  • Vertebral Body Stapling
    • Vertebral body stapling is an innovative, minimally invasive approach that is an alternative therapy for early onset scoliosis.
  • XLIF, DLIF, TLIF
    • Learn about minimally invasive interbody techniques such as XLIF, DLIF, and TLIF.
What do Your Symptoms Indicate?
  • Red Flag Symptoms
    • Many back problems can improve on their own or with non-surgical treatment. They key is to understand which symptoms are emergencies and need to be seen immediately.
Home Remedy Book
  • Home Remedy Book
    • Have back or neck pain? Learn what causes symptoms and the home remedies that relieve pain. Scoliosis Texas mails out Home Remedy Books to residents throughout the Austin area.

Do you Need an Appointment?

We have made it easier to schedule appointments, click the button to fill out an online appointment request form or call our new central scheduling line 855-SCOLITX to schedule an appointment.