Good for full-time work that doesn't follow you home, stagnate position
Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Georgetown, TX – April 6, 2017
Good atmosphere overall to work in; they do well at hiring people that they believe will be up-beat and positive thinkers. Not much capability to move up in the company, even with good performance. Consistently told not work overtime by those higher up than our site manager because they didn't want to pay overtime regardless of office workload.
kitchen area, positive co-workers, Pto
cap out at $15 per hour, a number of repetitive tasks a computer could do
Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – July 20, 2017
Wonderful culture and atmosphere. Friendly and outgoing coworkers. Fair compensation. Extended clinic hours allow for flexibility of schedules. Good cooperation and communication across clinicians and administrators.
Doctoral Physical Therapy Intern (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – June 27, 2017
I interned here during my DPT exit internship for 6 months. The work environment at the New Braunfels site is unmatched and remarkable. Education and work environment at that site was great and everyone worked together as a team. The company itself requires a lot of commitment, but if you are willing to put it in, it works out very well. They invest in you if you invest in them. Must have grit and adaptability as well as high emotional intelligence. Can be stressful but the clinic director is very compassionate and aware.
Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – March 27, 2017
At first working for this company seemed amazing, after a few months into it I noticed changes especially in my clinic director. After learning I had to use PTO has sick days and after 3 days I could use my sick days didn't seem right, learning that certain patients weren't wanting to be seen by the therapist along with being told numerous things about the actions of certain employees just didn't seem right. Didn't feel appreciated as an employee and no matter what I did something was still my fault or the care coordinators fault. Being blamed for things out of my control as well as being talked at as if I were nothing.
Physical Therapy Technician (Current Employee) – San Marcos, TX – August 16, 2016
Patients start coming in around 7:30. We have 4 therapists and each usually have 12 to 15 patients. Our job as a rehab tech is to teach the patients exercises and stretches which the therapist created. Management can be laid back, just do your job and everything will run smoothly. Co-workers are very vital here. You really need to communicate in order for everything to run smooth. The hardest part of the job is when one of techs call in sick or on vacation and you have to pick up the other patient load. The most enjoyable part is seeing the patient recover 100 percent. Just them saying "thank you for everything", is the best feeling in the world.
Working here as a PT tech is not what I expected, the pay is extremely low compared to what the clinic makes as a whole. And there is no advancement in this position. Most of the techs have a bachelors degree but are hired as unskilled workers with no real benefits. Honestly this position is ideal for high school students or college students with an interest in physical therapy. This is not a position for anyone other than that. There is a hierarchy here and it is very visible, as a result PT techs are not valued or treated fairly because we are easily replaceable.
Get to meet some amazing patients
Low pay, long hours, no advancement, negative work culture
Great work environment. Always always looked forward to going to work with friends and patients.
Director of First Impressions-office manager (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – August 6, 2015
A typical day would start at 6:45am-4pm. I always looked forward to interacting with patients and the therapist I had the pleasure of calling not only co-workers, but friends. There were weekly meetings in which I would coordinate and outside work activities that encouraged team building. It was also nice to work towards monthly goals that consisted of evaluation numbers and overall clinical excellence score. Being apart of a growing business was fun and exciting because it still managed to have a small clinic feel in a growing, competitive world.
Pto, extended sick leave
Holidays were counted as PTO instead of being given as holidays.
Director of First Impressions (Current Employee) – San Marcos, TX – April 7, 2015
Working with the physical therapists and the patients is wonderful. I Love their upbeat, positive attitude. On the other hand, the admin work is quite overwhelming. So many compliance measures that the admin staff need to keep on top of. We are constantly putting out fires. Whew! The hardest part of working at Texas PTS? Managing the day to day compliance aspect of office procedures to include auditing medicare charts on a weekly basis, entering all transactions, including charges, payments, and almost all data entry, in two different systems. Not chartless as of yet. However, we are still required to scan most of the chart into the system for our 3rd party biller to have access to all billing info. We are required to WRITE each and every copay on a log!? Even though we've entered the payments into both systems! Quite tedious indeed!
Working with patients; watching them progress with every visit
Loads of work in the administrative side, requiring us to constantly be on our toes; very stressful
Staff Physical Therapist (Current Employee) – Round Rock, TX – December 14, 2014
This company has a very high patient volume with a sacrifice in patient care. The company strives for a higher workload, however, provides the least in salary in the region with minimal increases in salary every 2 years. It is a good company for getting into management positions and potentially education.
P.T Tech & Director of First Impressions (Former Employee) – Pamer Ln in Austin, TX – August 13, 2013
I worked for TexPTS for 6 months, while in transition to California. The company has great values and always puts the patients first. My clinic manager always had time for his employees and always found ways to encourage us to better ourselves and learn more to further our career with TexPTS.
Awesome place to work! Owners and Management of the best!
Director of First Impressions (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 5, 2013
Responsible for all administrative operations at a vibrant outpatient physical therapy clinic and employment testing facility including maintaining patient information and records, maintaining clinic schedule, managing insurance authorizations, processing new patient referrals, data entry, maintaining communication with physicians’ offices and employment testing clients, and generally providing first-rate customer service to all internal and external customers including physical therapy patients and employment testing candidates
It was very fulfilling to work with patients everyday and create relationships over their treatment. I became invested and hopeful in each person's recovery and really enjoyed getting to know them all.