Located In the

heart of Lakeway:

1310 RR 620 South

Suite B-10

Lakeway, Texas 78734

office: 512-263-1795

fax: 512-263-1797

email: Achieve MPT

Lakeway's Only Manual

Physical Therapy Clinic


Integrative Treatment Plans


• Manual Therapy

• Spine and peripheral joint mobilization

• Neural and Soft Tissue Mobilization


• Therapeutic Exercises and Stretches

• Cardiovascular and Endurance Training

• Vigor Unloading Equipment

• Closed Chain Strengthening

• Plyometric Equipment

• Safe, Adjustable Gravity Resistance

Equipment with Low Impact

• Dynamic Lumbar Stabilization Programs

• Physio-ball Exercises

• Upper Body Ergometer

• Core Strength Training

• Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction

• Lymphedema

• LSVT BIG therapy for Parkinsons


Women’s Health Specialization

Achieve Manual Physical Therapy now offers
Physical Therapy with advanced training in
Women’s Health who are specialized in evaluation
and treatment of low back, pelvis and pelvic floor
region. Women’s Health PT focuses on females
with a variety of conditions.

For example:

• Pelvic pain

• Pelvic floor dysfunction

• SIJ pain

• Vulvodynia

• Coccyxdynia

• Constipation

• Interstitial cystitis

• Chronic back pain

• Dyspareunia

• Lichen Sclerosis

• Pregnancy-related or post-partum pain

• Rectocele, cystocele, or urethral prolapse

• Urinary incontinence/bowel incontinence to include stress, frequency, urge, or
mixed incontinence

What is a certified women’s health specialist?

From the APTA website:

A Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (WCS) is a licensed physical therapist who:

• Has proven they have the knowledge, skill, and experience exceeding that of the physical therapist at entry to the profession and unique to the area of women’s health practice by successfully passing the Women’s Health Clinical Specialist Examination

• Is certified in Women’s Health Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS)

• Has completed a minimum of 2000 hours of women’s health clinical practice, 25% of which has been in the last 3 years OR has successfully completed an APTA-credentialed post professional clinical residency that has a curriculum plan reflective of the Description of Specialty Practice: Women’s Health Physical Therapy (DSP).

Payment for your PT visit specializing in Women’s Health

Payment for your PT visit must be paid at the time of your appointment. You will be provided a payment statement that includes pertinent information that allows you to submit to your insurance company. We do not guarantee reimbursement.


We accept most major insurance, including: BCBS, Aetna, Texas True Choice, Multiplan, Medicare, National Choice Care, Tricare, Humana, and miscellaneous worker compensation networks.

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