Texas Health Hospital Rockwall’s North ER, located at 2265 N. Lakeshore Drive, is temporarily closed effective midnight Friday, Aug 06. This temporary closure will allow members of the medical team to transfer to our hospital’s main campus on Horizon Road, where they will provide care related to the pandemic.

Therapy Services

Texas Health Rockwall offers inpatient and outpatient therapy, both with a goal to help patients return to their regular daily activities following injury, surgery or a medical condition.

Physical therapy is a critical part of the healing process. Not only does physical therapy serve to improve mobility but it can also help decrease pain and prevent future injury and falls. Physical therapy can also help you feel stronger and more confident as you recover.

With the guidance of an experienced physical therapist, whose experience and understanding of your individual needs is key, you have a greater chance of having a successful outcome. The inpatient and outpatient therapy teams at Texas Health Rockwall have vast experience in treating a variety of medical conditions and have a reputation for providing a high level of quality care.

Texas Health Rockwall offers several outpatient physical therapy for your convenience in and around the Rockwall area.  A member of the rehabilitation team will evaluate each patient and collaborate with them to develop an individualized treatment plan with the goal of returning to daily activities including work, school, hobbies or sports. We are proud to partner with Greater Therapy Centers in providing the following therapy services.

Outpatient Locations

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists use non-surgical techniques to decrease pain, promote mobility and increase function.  Some common conditions treated by physical therapy include (but not limited to) Sports-related injuries, post-therapy rehabilitation, arthritis, fractures, Spinal disk problems, muscle/tendon/ligament tears, strains, sprains, bursitis and tendonitis.  Therapeutic interventions may include:

  • Physical modalities (ultrasound, electrical stimulation)
  • Strengthening & conditioning
  • Stretching
  • Manual Therapy & soft tissue mobilization
  • Balance & gait training
  • Work and functional simulation activities
  • Aquatic Therapy (Rockwall & Rowlett)

Outpatient FAQs

How do I receive treatment?  Your physician will write an order for therapy.  The therapists will prepare a treatment plan and communicate with your physician providing regular reports as to your improvement or further needs.

Does insurance cover Physical Therapy?  Yes, in most cases insurance does cover the cost of outpatient physical therapy.  Our team will verify your insurance prior to your first visit so that you are fully aware of your coverage limits and any exclusions.

How do I schedule Physical Therapy?  We offer 7 locations for your convenience.  Please call the location of choice and speak to one of our helpful caregivers who will assist with insurance verification, scheduling and answers to any of your questions.

I have a billing question, who do I call?  For any billing related questions following care, please contact the Texas Health Partners Business Office at 1-800-715-7210 or by email at

Can I choose where I receive care?  Your physician may refer you several physical therapy clinics for care.  You can choose the one that best suits you, your schedule or your location.  

Inpatient Therapy

Our experienced, licensed therapists evaluate each patient to create a plan of care based on their individual needs and goals for therapy. Recognizing that each patient is unique, our therapists communicate closely with other caregivers on the team including nurses, physicians and case managers to ensure continuity of care in planning for the patient’s discharge.

Physical Therapy (PT)

Physical Therapy assists patients in mobility following surgery or illness often to help decrease their risk of blood clots and pneumonia. PT will also address the use of assistive devices such as canes, walkers, crutches and wheelchairs, and help patients improve their overall mobility and safety. PT can help decrease any pain or discomfort patients may have through education and exercise programs and by helping patients observe post-surgical precautions.

Occupational Therapy (OT)

Sometimes occupational therapy may be needed to help patients address any difficulties with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, grooming, etc.) due to illness or surgery. Therapists may also teach energy conservation techniques, or provide exercises and other post-surgical education.

Speech Therapy (ST)

Speech therapy is performed to address any actual speech/cognitive deficits or swallowing difficulties. Speech therapists may provide education, suggest diet changes to physicians and provide exercises to address a patient’s needs. We also provide Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBSS) on an inpatient and outpatient basis through our Radiology Department

Outpatient Locations


930 West Ralph Hall Parkway #120

Rockwall, TX 75032




5501 Gordon Smith Road, #100

Rowlett, TX 75089




8885 Hwy 34 South

Suite B

Quinlan, TX 75474




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