Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

Dr. Espinoza on PRP Treatment.

If you have chronic pain and are looking for non-invasive ways to find relief, PRP Therapy may be a treatment option for you. In this video Dr. Espinoza explains the experience of PRP treatment starting from initial evaluation, to post treatment care, and answers common questions along the way. This video is an excellent introduction to the world of biologics and Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment.

What is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy?

TSAOG Orthopedics & Spine is offering Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy in San Antonio, TX. We are excited to offer PRP Therapy, in which a high concentration of the patient’s own platelets and growth factors are injected directly into the injury site to promote healing and give patients another treatment option for dealing with orthopedic conditions such as joint pain and several types of injuries.

You May Benefit From PRP Injections If You Have:

  • Tendonitis/Tendinosis
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Acute/Chronic Sprains and Strains
  • Osteoarthritis Pain
  • Cartilage Injury
  • Neck Pain
  • Bursitis
  • Whiplash Injuries
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Labrum & Meniscus Injury

How Does Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy Work?

Blood is made up of four main components:
  • Plasma, which is mostly water and acts primarily as a conduit for the other three components
  • Red blood cells, which carry oxygen to the body’s tissue and remove carbon dioxide
  • White blood cells, which help the body fight infection
  • Platelets, which promote healing by promoting a cascade of healing effects.
Blood Collection

Blood Collection

Separation of Platelet

Blood Composition

PRP Injection

Platelets promote healing through the collection and release of growth factors, which aid healing In PRP Therapy, a sample of a patient’s own blood is drawn and spun down to collect only the platelets and white blood cells from the sample. The result is a highly concentrated dose of platelets, which are then injected directly into the injury site to promote inflammation and speed the healing process

PRP Therapy Pricing

Platelet Rich Plasma

TSAOG Orthopedics and Spine offers a wide array of PRP injection services, ranging from single joint, to multiple joint injections. All Injections will be ultrasound guided.

The starting price point for a single PR injection is typically around $500, final price may vary depending on injury and pathology treated, and will not be covered by insurances, ask your doctor if PRP is right for you!

Blood Separation Image

Frequently Asked Questions

TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine is offering Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy in San Antonio, TX. We are excited to offer PRP Therapy, in which a high concentration of the patient’s own platelets and growth factors are injected directly into the injury site to promote healing and give patients another treatment option for dealing with orthopedic conditions such as joint pain and several types of injuries.

Steroid injections are not considered a long-term solution and frequent steroid injections to control pain can deteriorate tissue in the treated area. PRP Therapy offers the opportunity to treat the affected area, which can be potentially a longer term solution.

If an injury or pain is severe enough, consider a consultation where you can discuss if you are a valid candidate for PRP therapy. Assuming you are a candidate for PRP Therapy, it is a less invasive option which could provide long term relief. Compared to surgery, PRP Therapy also offers a lower out-of-pocket cost, reduced risk of infection, and shorter recovery period. Ask your Physician how PRP therapy and other orthobiologics may be used to augment and optimize your recovery in conjunction with surgery.

  • Initial Visit – An initial consultation with your physician will be required to find out if you are a candidate for PRP Therapy. In some cases, an MRI may be recommended to confirm your diagnosis and rule out any underlying conditions that could cause complications. If you are determined to be a candidate for PRP Therapy, your procedure will be scheduled for another day. This initial consultation is usually covered by your insurance plan.

  • Preparation – In the week prior to your injection, do not take anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDS).

  • Procedure – PRP Therapy is an outpatient procedure done in the office and should last about one hour. Your injection will be guided by ultrasound to ensure optimal placement of the PRP. When the injection is done, it will induce inflammation, which causes immediate pain. Swelling and redness at the injection site is common and can last up to 2 days. Swelling and redness at the injection site is common, and may last up to a few days. Depending on treatment plan, the affected limb may be immobilized.

  • Managing Pain – Warm compresses and acetaminophen (Tylenol) may be used for the pain. If your pain persists after injection, you can contact your doctor’s office for other approved medications (prescription). Note: If your doctor requires you to take baby aspirin, this regimen may be taken pending your physicians advice.

  • Recovery – Activity may be restricted based on your condition and what is being treated, discuss with your doctor. Healing and improvement in pain can take approximately 6-12 weeks. A second or third injection may be required, depending on the severity of the problem. Relief from PRP Therapy can vary depending on the patient, condition, and individual response to therapy.

Unfortunately, no. Although PRP therapy has been in use since the 1970s, major insurers have yet to update their policies regarding its benefits in certain specialties, including orthopedics. For this reason, insurances will not cover PRP therapy and patients can expect an out-of-pocket cost of $500 – $800 per joint injection and $1,000 per spinal injection. FDA Still considers PRP experimental greater so

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Your San Antonio PRP Therapy Team

Primary Pain Management

Primary Pain Management

Same Day Availability!

Core to our mission is returning you, our patient, to a regular and active lifestyle free from the limitations of chronic pain. Our primary care pain management staff is here to evaluate the causes of your pain and help guide you through the steps of recovery. 

What is Primary Pain Management?

Pain can come from many sources and can hinder your path to recovery our pain management providers are adeptly trained in helping identify the proper solutions for the pain you experience and can help with

  • Pain in the extremities
  • Chronic Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Nerve Pain
  • Post Surgical Pain
  • Many Other Causes

If you think you could benefit from our Primary Care Pain Management service, book an appointment today. 

Did You Know?

There are many ways to treat pain outside of prescription painkillers. Cortisol injections may be used help alleviate inflammation which can treat the root cause of certain pains.

Taneka Stewart

Taneka M. Stewart, DNP, FNP-BCNurse Practitioner

Available at the following TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine Locations:

  • Brooks City Base
  • Quarry Area
  • Ridgewood
  • Schertz

TSAOG Ridgewood

Ridgewood

Ridgewood Orthopaedic Center
19138 US-281 N
San Antonio, TX 78258

TSAOG Quarry

Quarry Area

The Orthopaedic Institute
400 Concord Plaza Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78216

TSAOG Brooks City Base

Brooks City Base

Mission Trail Medical Plaza
3327 Research Plaza, #215
San Antonio, TX 78235

TSAOG Schertz

Schertz

Schertz Pkwy Professional Plaza
5000 Schertz Parkway, #600
Schertz, TX 78154

Remote PT

Therapy Services

Remote Physical Therapy Services in San Antonio, TX

Remote Physical Therapy Services:

Now Available to treat conditions of the lower extremity.

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Plantar Fascitis
  • Ankle/Knee Instability
  • Pre/Post Knee Arthroscopy
  • Pre/Post Total Knee Arthroplasty
  • Lower Extremity Sprains/Strains

Ask your physician if remote physical therapy is right for you.

Why Choose Remote Physical Therapy

Remote physical therapy is a modern way to recover. All of the quality care you have come to expect from TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine is now accessible in your own home.

Our remote physical therapist can deliver personalized treatment plans right to your home. So that you can exercise and recover at your own pace.

Once our physicians have determined you are an appropriate candidate for remote physical therapy, an initial evaluation with Caleb Scott, DPT, our remote physical therapist, will be scheduled for you. All you have to do is login and meet with him.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our remote PT service is currently treating conditions of the knee.

Once you have been referred our staff will handling appointment scheduling.

Yes, your remote physical therapist works for TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine.

We are happy to be able to offer remote PT with No-Copay for most major insurance.

Fortunately no, Stable.io makes it incredibly simple to do and track your exercises.

Your therapist may recommend that your purchase a few tools to assist with your exercises, but most exercises can be done with common household items.

  • You will need access to the internet.
  • You will need a computer or laptop.
  • You will need a working webcam.

Yes, once you are assigned your exercises you can perform them at your own pace throughout the day.

Physical Therapy At Home

What Will You Need?

Remote therapy is accessible to get started you will need:

  • A laptop or computer 
  • Internet access
  • A webcam

Even if you aren’t tech savvy, don’t be intimidated by online physical therapy. It is simple to use and can save you the hassle of arranging transportation to your therapy visits. 

Meet Your Physical Therapist

Caleb Scott

Caleb Scott, DPT

Remote Physical Therapist

To verify license status of any Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapy Assistant or Occupational Therapy Assistant,  please visit the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners on-line verification system at: Verification – ECPTOTE Website (texas.gov) 

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Hand Therapy

TSAOG Hand UpperExtremity Vertical Logo

Hand Therapy Service

Check Out Our Hand Therapy Youtube Playlist

Learn more about hand therapy exercises you can do at home and are right for you!

TSAOG Hand Therapy  Services:

  • Hand & Wrist Evaluations
  • Customized Home Therapy Programs
  • Therapeutic Exercises and Activities
  • Flexibility/Stretching Exercises

Our services may also include custom DME/brace fitting.

Hand Therapy Can Help You:

  • Alleviate Pain
  • Return to Work
  • Restore Mobility
  • Restore Hand Function
  • Increase Hand Strength
  • Help with Daily Tasks
  • Provide At Home Exercises
  • Neuromuscular Rehabilitation
Phillip Trueman

Phillip Trueman, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Ridgewood

Chris Troyer

Christopher Troyer, PT, OCS

Lead Physical Therapist - Quarry Area

Makenzie Bippert

Makenzie Bippert, PR, DPT, SCS, FAAOMPT

Lead Physical Therapist - Medical Center

Gabriel Aaron Gonzales

Gabriel “Aaron” Gonzales, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Schertz

Laura Robinson

Laura Robinson, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Brooks City Base

Leroy Mendoza

Leroy Mendoza, PT, DPT

Lead Physical Therapist - Westover Hills

Brian Moss

Brian Moss, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - New Braunfels

Phillip Trueman

Phillip Trueman, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Ridgewood

Chris Troyer

Christopher Trover, TP, OCS

Lead Physical Therapist - Quarry Area

Makenzie Bippert

Makenzie Bippert, PR, DPT, SCS, FAAOMPT

Lead Physical Therapist - Medical Center

Gabriel Aaron Gonzales

Gabriel “Aaron” Gonzales, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Schertz

Laura Robinson

Laura Robinson, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Brooks City Base

Leroy Mendoza

Leroy Mendoza, PT, DPT

Lead Physical Therapist - Westover Hills

Brian Moss

Brian Moss, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - New Braunfels

FAQ information coming soon.

Who Can Benefit from Hand Therapy?

You May Benefit From Physical Therapy if You Have:

  • Those with chronic hand pain
  • Those with lack of hand, wrist, finger mobility.
  • Those recovering from hand surgery.
  • Those out of work due to hand injury.
  • Those looking to return to daily activity.
  • Those in need of splinting/bracing

Hand therapy is by referral only. If you think you have a condition that may require hand therapy, schedule an appointment with one of our hand specialist today!

Orthopedic Primary Care

Orthopedic
Primary Care

Orthopedic Primary Care is a full service clinic that is available Monday – Friday that covers a broad array of different Orthopaedic needs. At TSAOG’s Orthopedic Primary Care Clinic, we treat every body part excluding the spine, and are even capable of accepting PRP Referrals.

What is Orthopedic Primary Care?

Orthopedic Primary Care is the first line of defense for Orthopedic wellness. Orthopedic Primary Care may be right for you if you experience any of the following symptoms.

  • Pain in the extremities
  • Concerned about a strain or sprain
  • Acute injury
  • PRP injection referrals
  • Fractures
  • Other Orthopedic needs excluding spine

If you think you could benefit from our Orthopedic Primary Care service, book an appointment today. 

Did You Know?

Platelet Poor Plasma

PRP stands for “Platelet Rich Plasma”. This process takes the patient’s own blood, spins it in a centrifuge, then takes the serum with the highest platelet counts and injects it into the affected area to aid the healing process. 

Luis P

Luis Perez PA-CBoard Certified Physician Assistant

Available at the following TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine locations:

  • Ridgewood: Monday - Friday

TSAOG Ridgewood

Ridgewood

Ridgewood Orthopaedic Center
19138 US-281 N
San Antonio, TX 78258
Tel: 210-630-4650

Physical Therapy

Therapy Services

Physical Therapy Service

Check Out Our Physical Therapy Youtube Playlist

Learn more about physical therapy exercises you can do at home and are right for you!

TSAOG Physical Therapy  Services:

  • Musculoskeletal evaluations
  • Customized home exercise programs
  • Therapeutic exercises and activities
  • Flexibility/stretching exercises
  • Strengthening and conditioning exercises
  • Stabilization exercises
  • Manual therapy
Our services may also include custom brace fitting, electrical stimulation, fluidotherapy, heat/cold therapy, and iontophoresis/phonophoresis.

Orthopedic Physical Therapy Can Help You:

  • Alleviate Pain
  • Improve Strength and Conditioning
  • Increase Your Flexibility and Range of Motion
  • Improve Balance and Stability
Phillip Trueman

Phillip Trueman, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Ridgewood

Chris Troyer

Christopher Troyer, PT, OCS

Lead Physical Therapist - Quarry Area

Makenzie Bippert

Makenzie Bippert, PR, DPT, SCS, FAAOMPT

Lead Physical Therapist - Medical Center

Gabriel Aaron Gonzales

Gabriel “Aaron” Gonzales, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Schertz

Laura Robinson

Laura Robinson, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Brooks City Base

Leroy Mendoza

Leroy Mendoza, PT, DPT

Lead Physical Therapist - Westover Hills

Brian Moss

Brian Moss, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - New Braunfels

Phillip Trueman

Phillip Trueman, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Ridgewood

Chris Troyer

Christopher Trover, TP, OCS

Lead Physical Therapist - Quarry Area

Makenzie Bippert

Makenzie Bippert, PR, DPT, SCS, FAAOMPT

Lead Physical Therapist - Medical Center

Gabriel Aaron Gonzales

Gabriel “Aaron” Gonzales, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Schertz

Laura Robinson

Laura Robinson, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - Brooks City Base

Leroy Mendoza

Leroy Mendoza, PT, DPT

Lead Physical Therapist - Westover Hills

Brian Moss

Brian Moss, PT

Lead Physical Therapist - New Braunfels

FAQ information coming soon.

What does physical therapy do for you?

You May Benefit From Physical Therapy if You Have:

  • Amputations
  • Sports injuries
  • Cumulative trauma disorders and repetitive stress injuries
  • Tendon and ligament injuries
  • Fractures
  • Dislocations
  • Joint Instability
  • Inflammatory and degenerative arthritis
  • Multiple system traumas
  • Pain-related syndromes
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Joint pain
  • Work-related injuries
  • Joint replacement (pre-surgery or post-surgery)

Pelvic Floor

Pelvic Floor SVG V2

Pelvic Floor Therapy Center

Reasons for TSAOG Pelvic Floor Services:

  • Vaginismus
  • Vulvodynia
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Interstitial Cystitis (IC) or Bladder Pain
  • Endometriosis
  • Pain with intercourse (dyspareunia)
  • Urinary Incontinence or leaking
  • Fecal Incontinence or leaking
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • Neck and Cervical Pain and Dysfunction
  • TMJ/Jaw Pain (Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction)
  • Hip and Leg Pain
  • Pre/Post- Surgical
  • Chronic Pain

Pregnancy and Birth Preparation:

  • Lower Back Pain 
  • Pelvic pain 
  • Stress Incontinence 
  • Urinary leaking/Fecal leaking 
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse 
  • Hernia 
  • Diastasis Recti (Abdominal Separation) 
  • Pain with intercourse 
  • SPD (symphysis pubis dysfunction) 
  • Jaw Pain & Neck Pain 
  • TMJ disorder 
  • Sciatica 
  • Birth preparation

Allison Gonzales, DPT, PRPC

Pelvic Floor Therapist

Ridgewood Orthopedic Center

FAQ information coming soon.

TSAOG Ridgewood orthopedic center

Ridgewood Orthopaedic Center

19138 US-281 N San Antonio, TX 78258
210-489-7270

Postpartum Treatment and Healing:

  • Lower Back Pain

  • SI Joint Pain

  • Pelvic floor pain

  • Urinary Incontinence or leaking

  • Fecal Incontinence or leaking

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • Hernia

  • Diastasis Recti (Abdominal Separation)

  • Pain with intercourse

  • Returning to exercise

  • Scar Mobilization (belly birth or perineal tear)

  • Birth trauma healing

Check Out Our Physical Therapy Youtube Playlist

Learn more about physical therapy exercises you can do at home and are right for you!

TSAOG Physical Therapy

Shoulder and Elbow Specialists

Shoulder and Elbow Specialists

No matter the condition or injury affecting your elbow, or shoulder, the surgeons of the Shoulder & Elbow Institute at TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine are here to help. Our surgeons are specialists dedicated to restoring function through surgical and non-surgical treatments. Simply put, your health is our mission. For this purpose, our physicians have assembled a Total Care approach to enable the finest outcome for your care. 

San Antonio Shoulder & Elbow Specialists:

As surgical techniques in shoulder & elbow have become more refined and complex, specialized training has become more important to the outcomes of a patient’s recovery. Each of the specialists in the Shoulder & Elbow Institute at TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine has completed an additional year of fellowship training in shoulder & elbow surgery beyond medical school and five to seven years of residency training.

In addition, TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine takes a Total Care approach to treatment, which incorporates diagnostic imaging, casting and bracing, a dedicated outpatient orthopaedic surgery center, and certified hand therapists. Our complex shoulder & elbow specialists work in concert with these departments to ensure the best possible outcome for your treatment plan.

Conditions and Treatment Options:

Shoulder

  • Bicep Tears / Bicep Repairs
  • Biceps Tendinopathy
  • Fracture care 
  • Frozen shoulder / Adhesive capsulitis
  • Radial head replacement
  • Reverse shoulder replacement
  • Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Shoulder Arthroscopy
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Shoulder Arthritis
  • Total Shoulder Replacement
  • Triceps tears

Elbow

  • Elbow Arthritis
  • Elbow Arthroscopy
  • Elbow Dislocation
  • Elbow Pain / Injuries
  • Elbow Tendon and Ligament Reconstruction
  • Elbow contracture release
  • Fracture care 
  • Osteochondral defects
  • Tennis Elbow / Golfer’s Elbow
  • Total Elbow Replacement
  • Ulnar nerve compression

Your Shoulder and Elbow Specialists Team

FIND A LOCATION

WorkSmart Industrial Rehabilitation

Grayson Heights
1422 East Grayson Street, Ste 102
San Antonio, TX 78208

Quarry Area

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Ridgewood Orthopaedic Center

Schertz

Medical Center

Westover Hills

WorkSmart at Grayson Heights

Brooks City Base

New Braunfels

Bone Health

Osteoporosis Diagnosis & Treatment

The Bone Health Program at TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine was created to identify those patients presenting with fractures that might indicate osteoporosis. We will investigate to determine if osteoporosis is present, and, if needed, start the patient on a course of treatment to manage their osteoporosis to reduce their risk of future fractures. Is it time for your fracture-vention?

Bone Health Recognition

Nationally Recognized Expertise in Preventing Fractures

The American Orthopedic Association's Own the Bone® quality improvement program recognizes outstanding institutions for providing bone health care to prevent fractures.

TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine is honored to continue delivering best-in-class preventive care to the South Texas region.

What is Osteoporosis?

Orthopedic surgeons treat fractures all the time, but did you know that certain fractures can be a sign of a more serious underlying problem? If you are over the age of 50 and experience one of the following types of fractures, you should be screened for osteoporosis:

  • Wrist (Distal Radius) Fracture
  • Spine (Vertebral) Fracture
  • Hip Fracture
  • Shoulder (Proximal Humerus) Fracture

Osteoporosis is a disease of the bone in which you lose too much bone as you age, making your bones more porous than they should be and weakening their underlying structure. The more porous your bones become, the more likely they are to break.

illustration of healthy bone versus osteoporosis bone

Who is at Risk for Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis can affect both men and women, but multiple factors can increase your risk for developing osteoporosis, including:

  • Age – older people are at greater risk.
  • Race – people of Asian or Caucasian descent are at greater risk.
  • Gender – women are at greater risk than men.
  • Hormone Levels – a reduction in testosterone or estrogen can increase your risk for osteoporosis.
  • Eating Habits – a diet low in vitamin D and calcium can put you at greater risk.
  • Eating Disorders – bulimia or anorexia can increase your risk.
  • Lifestyle – people with a sedentary lifestyle are at greater risk.
  • Family History – a family history of osteoporosis or hip fractures can increase your risk
  • Smoking – recent studies have shown a relationship between smoking and reduced bone density.
  • Frame Size – a smaller frame size can increase your risk.
  • Medical Conditions – certain conditions (including Type 1 Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease) can increase your risk for developing osteoporosis.

Unchecked, these individuals are at significantly increased risk for additional bone loss and future fractures. That’s why TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine created the Bone Health Program.

Janean Vargas, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC

Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner

Available at the following TSAOG locations:

  • Ridgewood
  • Medical Center
  • Schertz
  • Quarry Area
  • Mission Trail
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Fracture Follow-Up

If you are over the age of 50 and are treated for a fracture known to be indicative of osteoporosis, your physician may refer you for a Bone Health consultation. During your bone health consultation a provider will work with you to:

  • Educate you on osteoporosis and why you are considered at risk.
  • Evaluate your specific case with a detailed history, physical, and referral for any additional testing necessary.
  • Establish a treatment plan, which might include lifestyle changes and medication to prevent further bone loss or even rebuild bone.
TSAOG Ridgewood

Ridgewood

Ridgewood Orthopaedic Center
19138 US-281 N
San Antonio, TX 78258
Tel: 210-630-4650

TSAOG at Medical Center

Medical Center

Christus Santa Rosa NW, Tower I
2829 Babcock Rd., #700
San Antonio, TX 78229
Tel: 210-630-4650

TSAOG Quarry

Quarry Area

The Orthopaedic Institute
400 Concord Plaza Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78216
Tel: 210-630-4650

TSAOG Schertz

Schertz

Schertz Parkway Professional Plaza
5000 Schertz Parkway, #600
Schertz, TX 78154
Tel: 210-630-4650

Don’t Wait! Schedule a Bone Health Consultation Now: (210) 630-4650

Workers Compensation

The dedicated Worker’s Compensation Department at TSAOG Orthopaedics is committed to treating your employees and returning them to work as quickly and safely as possible.

To refer a worker’s compensation patient to TSAOG Orthopaedics for consultation, treatment, or impairment rating, please print and complete our  WC REFERRAL FORM and fax it to us at 210-582-2697.  You can also refer a patient by phone by calling (210) 804-6815.

Additional Onsite Services

  • OrthoNow – Walk-in orthopaedic urgent care available Monday-Saturday
  • Designated Doctor / Independent Medical Evaluation examinations
  • Industrial Rehabilitation Program featuring:
    • Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCEs)
    • Work Hardening 
    • Work Conditioning
  • Electromyography / EMGs
  • Pre-Employment FCEs and EMGs

BOOK an appointment: (210) 396-5256

FIND A LOCATION

WorkSmart at Grayson Heights

WorkSmart at Grayson Heights

1422 E. Grayson St., Suite 102
San Antonio, TX 78208

WorkSmart at Grayson Heights