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Texas Physical Therapy Specialists Reviews

Updated Apr 30, 2019

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  1. Helpful (1)

    "A focus on culture and continued growth"

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    Current Employee - Physical Therapist 
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    This company places a large emphasis on culture and continued learning. The company focuses on supporting their employees so that the employees can better serve their patients. I have been very impressed by the constant learning opportunities the company both encourages and provides, and I almost always have fun at work. It is a company that is proud of what they do, and will take pride in their employees.

    Cons

    This is a good company with a good reputation, so as a physical therapist you stay busy, but not any more than would be expected out of any other private practice company.

    Advice to Management

    Keep focusing on culture, keep providing the support for your employees, and keep up the good work.

    Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2018-10-12
  2. "Good place"

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    Former Employee - PT Tech in Austin, TX
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Great environment. Awesome people to work with. Always fun in the clinic. Learning never stops. Knowing my role and responsibilities.

    Cons

    The pay is mediocre. Medical insurance premium is cheap but going to the doctor will be costly. Lack of other employee recognition who do great at their job, aside from those who are constantly recognized. A lot of favoritism going on. Lack of growth within the company.

    Advice to Management

    You are trying to keep the culture alive, but making things feel more corporate. Feel like everyone is a number to the company rather than one big family. Should really consider increasing the pay (probably better benefits, too) and lessen the turnover rate.

    Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2019-05-01
  3. "The "Gold Standard" of PT clinics"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee 
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    TexPTS sets itself apart in many ways. I've worked for other companies but have not come across a more ethical company that truly invests in their employees, helping them grow in both their personal and professional skills. There's not many other companies that will shut down their clinics one afternoon a month for employee development so that the clinicians can get better in order to better help their patients. The...

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    Cons

    If you are not self-motivated or do not desire to learn or grow, then this would not be a good fit

    Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2018-03-27
  4. Helpful (1)

    "Growing company with an excellent culture"

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    Current Employee - Clinic Director in Austin, TX
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Overall a great place to work - nothing beats the opportunity to care for patients and this is a good setting for that. Technicians play an important role, learn alot and often move on to PT school - TexPTS has a close association with South College and Baylor. Care Coordinators help with everything from reception to insurance verification. That is a very busy job but one that includes both working with people and...

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    Cons

    This is a successful private practice that works to get people in quickly so the pace can be demanding. Add that to the expectation that all the therapists are working towards specialty and it is a culture that isn't for everyone. This isn't a slow paced hospital or SNF job - it is a busy and successful outpatient practice where you can expect to move and stay busy - and continual growth and development is expected....

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    Advice to Management

    Get some current employees to leave reviews instead of only people that weren't a good fit posting on here.

    Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2018-03-20
  5. "Having fun while learning never stops"

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      Current Employee - Clinical Director 
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook

      I have been working at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists full-time for more than 5 years

      Pros

      The leadership team of TexPTS is genuine in their devotion to the company values: have fun, learning never stops, do what's right, serve with passion, and sisu (facing challenges with valor). I can't imagine myself growing more as a clinician or leader than I have in the last 5 yrs with TexPTS; learning opportunities abound. The people that I interact with regularly, including the leadership team and of course the team...

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      Cons

      It's true that TexPTS is not the highest-paying PT company in the region. If making a little extra $$ is more important to you than what else you would gain by being a part of the TexPTS team, then this company might not be the right fit for you. For me, I'm more than happy with the situation, considering the wide range of less tangible benefits. There will be days that you feel over-worked and under-paid, no doubt....

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      Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2018-03-23
    • "Technician"

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      Current Employee - Technician in Austin, TX
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook

      I have been working at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists part-time for more than a year

      Pros

      Feels like family Room for growth Flexible/understanding You can have as much, or as little, responsibly as you want. This position is what you make it. Even though I am only a technician, I feel like I actually make such an impact on patients as well as the clinic and company as a whole. -and they make sure to acknowledge your efforts. I have also made so many connections. This company is a big reason I got...

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      Cons

      Can be hectic during the busier times, especially when certain team members aren't necessarily doing their part

      Advice to Management

      Know the role of each position in the clinic- especially care coordinator. I think this would be helpful not only so you will be able to do their tasks in case they are out, but so you are aware of what all they should be doing.

      Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2018-03-23
    • "Full Time Ortho Resident"

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      Former Employee - Physical Therapist 
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook

      I worked at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      -They schedule mentorship time -There is 1 on 1 time with your mentor -The culture is great -They put an emphasis on learning -Overall, very welcoming environment -Easy to get to EIM courses as they are hosted in locations in Austin and San Antonio -Company parties -Truly believe that the management want the best

      Cons

      -Low pay (expected during residency) -At times caseloads get too high

      Advice to Management

      Keep emphasizing learning and opportunities! Consider higher pay rates

      Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2018-01-22
    • Helpful (1)

      "Clinic Director"

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      Former Employee - Clinical Director in Austin, TX
      Doesn't Recommend
      Neutral Outlook

      I worked at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists full-time for more than 3 years

      Pros

      Good place if you wish to further your education with residency or fellowship. They also promote a unique culture. However, its a job- not a frat/sorority. Beyond that, unless you enjoy being paid in the lowest 10% of all PT's in the country and are the most qualified after you get residency, board certified,fellowship, etc......you better run far and fast.

      Cons

      Poor pay! New grads almost anywhere start at >75k+ /year and they start their new grads at 40-50k!! Can you say greedy?? Management always expecting more and bonuses are nearly impossible to reach. Ridiculous non-competes....don't sign it!

      Advice to Management

      Incentivize your leaders to be more productive. Quit tripping over dollars trying to save pennies.

      Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2018-01-16
    • "Great culture, but very poor pay"

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      Former Employee - Physical Therapist in Austin, TX
      Doesn't Recommend
      Neutral Outlook

      I worked at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      They do a wonderful job pushing you to become a better therapist through continuing education and onsite mentoring.

      Cons

      This company prides itself on having a great work environment and culture, but they use this as a means to justify lower pay for their staff. It is very hard to progress and make more money based on MERIT and clinical progression. I also felt overworked, often treating 20+ patients/day.

      Advice to Management

      Pay therapists a competitive salary according to fair market value.

      Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2018-01-17
    • Helpful (1)

      "Good company, low pay"

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      Current Employee - Physical Therapist 
      Recommends

      I have been working at Texas Physical Therapy Specialists part-time for more than a year

      Pros

      Company is focused on continuing education for employees

      Cons

      Under contract to enroll in either residency or MTC upon employment

      Texas Physical Therapy Specialists2017-03-27
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