Baylor Scott & White Outpatient Rehabilitation - Austin - Highway 290

Baylor Scott & White Outpatient Rehabilitation - Austin - Highway 290 Outpatient therapy clinic in south Austin located between Oak Hill and Dripping Springs.

This clinic features expansive space and therapy equipment, with staff specializing in orthopedics and manual therapy. Baylor Scott & White Rehab Outpatient Services offers physical therapy and specialized services for individuals with orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions, sports and work-related injuries, and treatment for oncology, neurology and balance disorders at more than 65 locations t

hroughout north Texas. As the outpatient network of Baylor Scott & White Rehab, recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a "Best Rehabilitation Hospital," as well as being named one of the "Best Places to Work" in North Texas, Baylor Scott & White Rehab Outpatient Services is committed to providing patients with quality care.

More than 5.6 million Americans are living with limb loss and limb difference, according to a study commissioned by the ...
04/30/2024

More than 5.6 million Americans are living with limb loss and limb difference, according to a study commissioned by the Amputee Coalition.

As we wrap up Occupational Therapy Month and Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month, we looked at how these two specialties come together. Read our latest blog post to learn about the ongoing support and specific exercises that can help patients with limb loss and limb differences.

Losing a limb is a profound and life-altering experience that for many can extend beyond the physical realm.

04/29/2024

Occupational therapists use finger-wrapping techniques to reduce swelling and promote better circulation for individuals with lymphedema.

Watch as our therapists compete in a finger-wrapping race as a fun way to celebrate Occupational Therapy Month. And while this race is for fun, our therapists will not speed through your treatment. We go out of our way to treat each patient with attention and care to enhance comfort and mobility.

04/22/2024

Happy Earth Day! You can grow a greener world with our five occupational therapist-approved tools for getting out in the garden pain-free.

1. Raised garden beds: Raised beds at waist-height or slightly elevated can minimize bending and make it easier to reach plants without strain.
2. Garden carts, wagons or wheelbarrows: Use carts or wheelbarrows with oversized wheels for transporting soil, plants and tools around the garden with less effort.
3. Ergonomic garden tools: Tools with ergonomic handles and extended reach options can reduce strain on hands and wrists. Look for lightweight yet sturdy options.
4. Watering wand: A watering wand with an adjustable nozzle and a long handle can make watering plants easier, especially for reaching hanging baskets or tall plants.
5. Garden kneeler: A padded garden kneeler with handles can provide support and cushioning for kneeling while planting or weeding.

Susan faced a daunting challenge when diagnosed with breast cancer last year. As an avid cyclist and instructor, maintai...
04/19/2024

Susan faced a daunting challenge when diagnosed with breast cancer last year. As an avid cyclist and instructor, maintaining her active lifestyle and teaching were paramount. Referred to Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation - Outpatient Therapy - Grapevine, Susan found the support she needed to navigate her cancer treatment journey.

“During my time with Baylor Rehabilitation in Grapevine, I was able to gain valuable knowledge to set me up for success when on my own,” said Susan. “Lymphatic drainage massage was explained to me during the process; it helped me understand the procedure better. The physical therapists were top notch, they really do a wonderful job making you feel comfortable. I would 100% recommend these therapists to anyone going through therapy.”

Susan's strength, courage, and resilience shone throughout her battle. We were honored to partner with her on her healing journey and help her achieve her goals. Way to go, Susan!

Experience the power of physical therapy. We have over 115 convenient locations and no referral is needed. Get back to what you love by calling us at 888.722.9567 or go to https://bit.ly/3L4u8Yl.

04/17/2024

Are you struggling with Kegels? You're not alone. Our latest video dives deep into this common pelvic floor exercise, with insights from Pelvic Health Physical Therapist Rachel Borland.

Discover how ultrasound can ensure you're nailing those Kegels with precision. Visit our website to find a pelvic health location near you.

It's Occupational Therapy Month, and your next trivia night could include some related questions. Are you ready?Read our...
04/16/2024

It's Occupational Therapy Month, and your next trivia night could include some related questions. Are you ready?

Read our latest blog post to brush up on your history. Learn about how occupational therapy started and its ties to mental health. Plus, find out why it's always confused with physical therapy and how to tell them apart.

When a doctor recommends occupational therapy, rather than physical therapy, many people don't realize at first there are two kinds of therapies.

04/11/2024

Occupational therapy is often confused with physical therapy, and while they both focus on rehabilitation, there are some distinct differences. Can you tell them apart? Watch this video and put your knowledge to the test, and let us know in the comments how you did!

04/03/2024

Happy National Walking Day!

Getting those extra steps can make a big difference in your health. But if you notice pain in your feet, shins, knees, back, shoulders or even neck- you should try a gait analysis. Our therapists can evaluate how you stand, walk and run to identify reasons for potential injuries and make recommendations to help you get back to living pain-free.

Karina Castillo faced a near-fatal car crash that left her with seven broken bones, including parts of both legs, her le...
04/02/2024

Karina Castillo faced a near-fatal car crash that left her with seven broken bones, including parts of both legs, her left arm, left elbow and right ankle. Her seatbelt, a literal lifesaver, caused internal injuries.

Center Manager and physical therapist Stephen Black from our Austin - Southwest 290 center played a pivotal role in Karina's recovery. Despite initial struggles, a change in medication and expert guidance brought about a remarkable transformation.

Karina's inspirational journey doesn't end here. Soon she’ll be pursuing a degree to become a physical therapist, driven by a passion to help others. Her story embodies resilience, strength and the power of physical therapy. Way to go, Karina!

Small movements during physical therapy, mental strength added up for woman who broke seven bones in a car accident

04/01/2024

Happy Occupational Therapy Month!

Occupational therapists empower individuals to regain independence, complete activities of daily living and overcome challenges. Stay tuned for inspiring stories and tips throughout the month as we celebrate our occupational therapists' meaningful impact on our patients' lives.

As we wrap up National Athletic Training Month, we want to thank all our incredible employees who go above and beyond fo...
03/31/2024

As we wrap up National Athletic Training Month, we want to thank all our incredible employees who go above and beyond for our students.

Athletic trainers do so much more than tape ankles. They're there for emergencies and non-emergencies alike. Read our latest blog to learn how our athletic trainers support student-athletes in an often overlooked yet vitally important way: https://bit.ly/3ITB9dc

On behalf of the Select Medical Outpatient Division family of brands, today and every day, we thank all the physicians w...
03/30/2024

On behalf of the Select Medical Outpatient Division family of brands, today and every day, we thank all the physicians who help patients understand the value and benefits of physical rehabilitation. Your expertise and support for patients' well-being is invaluable.

March is endometriosis awareness month. Endometriosis is a disease where endometrial like tissue grows in other areas of...
03/27/2024

March is endometriosis awareness month. Endometriosis is a disease where endometrial like tissue grows in other areas of the body outside the uterus. It impacts 1 in 10 women. Symptoms can vary but often include fatigue, pelvic pain, pain with periods, heavy periods, pain with bowel movements, urinary urgency, pain with s*x and abdominal pain.

Pelvic health physical therapists can help improve the pain associated with endometriosis and healing from endometriosis surgery. Pelvic health physical therapists take a comprehensive approach to musculoskeletal changes in the abdomen, hips, pelvis and back from endometriosis. This approach is coupled with an advanced knowledge of complex pain and its impact on the nervous system.

Managing endometriosis takes a team of dedicated health professionals. Do you have a pelvic health physical therapist on your care team? If not, schedule an appointment with one of our highly skilled, specialty trained pelvic health clinicians.

03/26/2024

We're not the only ones celebrating National Athletic Training Month. Check out how a few of our friends and sports partners are joining us in thanking our ATs.


DePaul Athletics Miles College Athletics Alabama State University Purdue Northwest Athletics Lawson State Athletics

03/20/2024

The stories about athletic trainers saving lives are all too common. That's why our athletic trainers are prepared and ready for any emergency.

Remember to thank an athletic trainer this .

Mental health issues have become a growing concern among young athletes. Read our latest blog post to learn why those is...
03/19/2024

Mental health issues have become a growing concern among young athletes. Read our latest blog post to learn why those issues can be hard to spot, even for coaches and parents, and discover athletic trainers' unique role in helping these students with more than their physical pain.

Beyond taping, diagnosing and rehabilitating injuries, athletic trainers serve as invaluable mentors and guides, playing a crucial role in treating an athlete from head to toe.

Let the madness begin! We're less than a week away from one of the biggest events in basketball.Whether you're doing res...
03/15/2024

Let the madness begin! We're less than a week away from one of the biggest events in basketball.

Whether you're doing research for your bracket or getting ready to hit the court yourself, read this blog post to learn about the most common injuries and how to prevent them.

Read it here: https://bit.ly/3Iylpfw

Busy start to the  ’s Austin Open for our clinicians. Check out a few pics from day one! PPA Tour
03/15/2024

Busy start to the ’s Austin Open for our clinicians. Check out a few pics from day one! PPA Tour

After competing at the Indoor Championships in Minnesota last week, it's a quick turnaround for the   athletes as they'l...
03/14/2024

After competing at the Indoor Championships in Minnesota last week, it's a quick turnaround for the athletes as they'll compete in the Austin Open in Texas this weekend. Our team is looking forward to keeping the athletes healthy and at their best!

PPA Tour

Happy National Athletic Training Month to our more than 800 ATs across the Select Medical Outpatient Division family of ...
03/07/2024

Happy National Athletic Training Month to our more than 800 ATs across the Select Medical Outpatient Division family of brands!

We provide sports medicine support at high schools, colleges, professional sports teams and workplaces.

With a focus on injury prevention, management and performance, our ATs help keep players in the game, wherever they are.

03/01/2024

How are you celebrating National Athletic Training Month?

Athletic trainers are skilled in everything from emergency care to injury prevention and more. Their commitment to excellence keeps players safe and healthy on the field, onsite at companies and in our centers.

We're proud of all the athletic trainers in our Select Medical Outpatient Division family of brands and the important work they do every day. Join us in celebrating them throughout March.

Mason Shubkagel is a lacrosse and swim athlete who has suffered from knee injuries. Patella instability and a recent men...
02/29/2024

Mason Shubkagel is a lacrosse and swim athlete who has suffered from knee injuries. Patella instability and a recent meniscal surgery necessitated he go to physical therapy.

Initially, Mason was annoyed with the process. However, Physical Therapist Julie O'Connor challenged and engaged Mason in a way that made the experience more enjoyable. Julie created a personalized, post-operative plan that helped Mason to achieve his goals of driving, walking normally and getting back to full activity with lacrosse and swim.

"Julie has been really great to work with," Mason said. "She pushes me and is fun. Today is my last appointment and I am testing to return to full-contact sport participation."

We are excited to hear you had a positive experience, Mason, and cannot wait to see you back on the field and in the pool! Thank you for choosing us on your rehabilitation journey.

There's a new controversy in basketball over court storming, where fans rush onto the court after a big win, resulting i...
02/27/2024

There's a new controversy in basketball over court storming, where fans rush onto the court after a big win, resulting in player injuries.

Court storming aside, basketball players are at risk of various injuries. But with proper prevention tools, they can stay on the court and at peak performance. Our latest blog post uncovers the five most common injuries in basketball, plus the five essential physical therapy tips to prevent them.

Basketball is a sport that demands agility, speed and precise movements on the court. However, the fast-paced nature of the game also exposes players to various injuries that can have significant implications on their careers.

Ever heard of a super shoe? Super shoes came on the scene in 2016 and created quite a stir in the world of running.Get u...
01/04/2024

Ever heard of a super shoe? Super shoes came on the scene in 2016 and created quite a stir in the world of running.

Get up to speed on super shoe basics.

01/01/2024

Welcome to a new year and a new you. As you are kicking off your health and wellness resolutions for 2024, check out our Move it Mondays.

We will share tips designed to keep you moving in the new year and we hope you enjoy our first one about getting started.

For more information about fitness assessments, please visit: https://bit.ly/47lTs4h

New Years is a time to set and reach for new goals. We hope you attain all you aspire to this year. Happy holidays from ...
12/31/2023

New Years is a time to set and reach for new goals. We hope you attain all you aspire to this year.

Happy holidays from Select Medical.

Karina Castillo faced a near-fatal car crash that left her with seven broken bones, including parts of both legs, her le...
12/26/2023

Karina Castillo faced a near-fatal car crash that left her with seven broken bones, including parts of both legs, her left arm, left elbow and right ankle. Her seatbelt, a literal lifesaver, caused internal injuries.

Center Manager and Physical Therapist Stephen Black from our Austin - Southwest 290 center played a pivotal role in Karina's recovery. Despite initial struggles, a change in medication and expert guidance brought about a remarkable transformation.

Karina's inspirational journey doesn't end here. Soon she’ll be pursuing a degree to become a physical therapist, driven by a passion to help others. Her story embodies resilience, strength and the power of physical therapy. Way to go, Karina!

Small movements during physical therapy, mental strength added up for woman who broke seven bones in a car accident.

Today we take a moment to remember the events of September 11, 2001.
09/11/2022

Today we take a moment to remember the events of September 11, 2001.

Wishing all of our health care colleagues, patients, family and friends a safe and healthy Labor Day.
09/05/2022

Wishing all of our health care colleagues, patients, family and friends a safe and healthy Labor Day.

Happy Patient Service Specialist Month!  We are proud to honor our Patient Service Specialists throughout August.  Thank...
08/25/2022

Happy Patient Service Specialist Month! We are proud to honor our Patient Service Specialists throughout August. Thank you for all the incredible things you do!

08/09/2022

As summer activities pick up, so does the temperature. That's why it's essential to be aware of the signs and symptoms of a heat cramp.

These muscle spasms typically occur after excessive exercise in hot environments. They can be longer and more painful than regular cramps.

Prevention starts by remaining hydrated while exercising. Avoid alcohol, caffeine and limit vigorous activity outdoors on extremely hot days.

If experiencing pain that may be heat cramps, take these steps:

- Rest and cool down
- Drink clear juice or a sports drink with electrolytes
- Perform gentle stretching or massage to relieve pain

Call a doctor if cramps last longer than an hour.

Do not resume strenuous activities for several hours after the cramps have dissipated.

Knowing your limits will help keep summer fun and pain-free.

07/28/2022

Summer create the perfect conditions for insects and the diseases they can carry. To help you and your loved stay safe, check out these tips.

Wear repellant outside to help avoid stings and bites.

Long pants and long-sleeved shirts can work as a great barrier from ticks and mosquito bites.

Avoid standing water in your yard, as mosquitos like to lay eggs there.

Check your skin and hair for ticks after you've been in the woods. Ticks can carry diseases like Lyme and Anaplasmosis, both of which can have deadly consequences if left untreated.

If you do encounter any insect and appear to have an allergic reaction, seek treatment. Symptoms can include hives, nausea, fever or trouble breathing.

Have a safe and insect-free summer!

07/07/2022

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. Roughly 9,500 people are diagnosed every day according to the American Academy of Dermatology.

One in five Americans will develop skin cancer before age 70, and most skin cancers are caused by exposure to the sun.

Ultraviolet lights cause damage to the DNA in skin cells. This can occur from tanning devices as well, which have been known to produce UV radiation in amounts higher than the sun.

Get out there and enjoy the weather, but be sure to always wear sunscreen!

Today we celebrate the birth of American independence. Wishing you and your family a safe and happy Independence Day.   ...
07/04/2022

Today we celebrate the birth of American independence. Wishing you and your family a safe and happy Independence Day.

06/30/2022

A summer evening filled with fireworks can be festive and fun. Despite their awe-inspiring beauty, mishandling and misuse can cause a deadly bang. Follow these tips to keep everyone cheering this Fourth of July and beyond.

Do:
- Wear eye protection around lit fireworks
- Keep a bucket of water on hand in case of fire
- Dunk all used fireworks in water before discarding
- Use fireworks away from houses, people and flammable material

Never:
- Permit children to manage fireworks
- Light fireworks indoors or while holding them
- Point or throw a firework at another person
- Use illegal fireworks

Celebrate safely this summer!

06/23/2022

With the summer sun blazing, some families like to head to the beach while others go to their local pool. Whatever your preference, keep these water safety tips in mind.

If you’re boating, always remember to wear a life vest and be cautious of swimming around the propeller.

If you’re at your local beach or even at a destination ocean, be wary of strong currents and know your limits when it comes to swimming.

You should only swim if another person is present, and children should always be supervised when they are in or near the water.
Have a safe summer and remember to wear your sunscreen!

  we celebrate the proclamation that formally ended the practice of slavery in the U.S. We reflect on the importance of ...
06/19/2022

we celebrate the proclamation that formally ended the practice of slavery in the U.S. We reflect on the importance of the message delivered by General Gordon Granger on this day in 1865 and recognize the extraordinary sacrifices so many have made in the name of freedom and equality.

06/09/2022

Not only is it Hand Therapy Week, but today is also the beginning of the Orange County Cup, the next stop for our friends at the PPA Tour (Professional Pickleball Association). Carol's story is perfect for both events. An avid pickleball player, she shares how hand therapy got her back on the court after an injury. Go, Carol!

June is  , an annual observance that serves as a reminder of how we keep ourselves and each other safe in the workplace,...
06/06/2022

June is , an annual observance that serves as a reminder of how we keep ourselves and each other safe in the workplace, at home or any place we travel.
Throughout the month, we’ll share weekly safety tips, videos from Select Medical’s leaders and other information that highlights how our culture of safety keeps our patients and employees safe, both physically and emotionally.

This   we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country and their families.
05/30/2022

This we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country and their families.

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9521 West Highway 290, Suite 102B
Austin, TX
78736

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Wednesday 7am - 7pm
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