Physical Therapy

Tailored Physical Therapy Sessions Just For You & Your Individual Needs

Everyone responds differently to Physical Therapy — therefore, one approach does not fit all. 

As Physical Therapists, we work to restore function, improve mobility, and decrease pain with the goal of reestablishing a patient’s prior level of function. Working closely with you, the patient, we identify each patient’s deficits and develop a treatment plan that uniquely fits your needs. We do this utilizing traditional and homeopathic treatment approaches.  

Our Physical Therapy Services

At Jennifer Klein Physical Therapy & AATB Pilates in Houston Heights, our certified and highly knowledgeable physical therapist has experience with a wide range of injuries and pre/post-op ailments.

Available Services & Modalities Include:

  • Manual Therapy
  • Orthopedics
  • Post-Op Labral Repair
  • Sports Medicine
  • Pre & Post-op Surgery
  • Spinal Rehabilitation
  • Women’s Health
  • Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Cupping
  • Post-Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Post-Traumatic Injury Rehab
  • Dry Needling
  • Sciatic Treatment
  • Tennis Elbow Treatment
  • Arthritis Treatment
  • Carpal Tunnel Treatment
  • Hip Bursitis Treatment
  • Degenerative Disc Disease Treatment
  • Meniscus Tear Treatment
  • Golfers Elbow Treatment
  • Frozen Shoulder Treatment
  • Rotator Cuff Treatment
  • Spondylolisthesis Treatment
  • ACL Tear Treatment
  • Hip Replacement Rehab
  • Labrum Tear Treatment
  • Patellofemoral Syndrome Treatment
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Knee Pain Treatment

Our In-Network Physical Therapy Provider Status

In-Network Coverage

Plans Include: Blue Choice PPO and Blue Advantage HMO.

What To Expect With Physical Therapy Treatment

Evaluation & Objective Findings

We will evaluate, identify objective findings, make an assessment, & develop a treatment plan for each patient on an individual basis.  Objective testing may include some of the following categories: motion, strength, posture, reflexes, muscle tension, joint mobility, balance, agility, coordination, & special tests pertaining to your symptoms and or diagnosis.

Treatment Plan Development

Our PT’s develops a treatment plan specific to addressing the pertinent objective findings. Each patient’s individual treatment plan is geared toward reaching specific goals that are set by the Physical Therapist & the patient together. The treatment plan may include traditional PT modalities, such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation, heat/cold therapy, as well as homeopathic approaches such as cupping & dry needling. Manual therapy such as joint or soft tissue mobilization may also be included.

Exercise Activity & Pilates

Pilates is an option appropriate for those who come with a medical order for Physical Therapy, or simply have an orthopedic or neurological concern for which you might seek help from a Physical Therapist. After a thorough Physical Therapy evaluation, Physical Therapists may use Pilates as a skilled intervention in combination with other Physical Therapy treatment methods. Using targeted Pilates exercises, you can see improvements in flexibility, strength, posture, stability, coordination, balance, and agility – which are typical areas to improve upon within a Physical Therapy plan of care. 

Frequently asked questions:

What is the parking situation?  – Parking on Columbia street between 7 am – 4 pm requires a parking tag which we provide. The parking tag is required by the City of Houston to park on our street; otherwise, you may be subject to a parking ticket. Parking in our driveway is sometimes another option if a Pilates class is not being held; if so, we ask you pull all the way so we may keep the gate closed.

How do I know where to park?– We will provide you with parking instructions in the appointment confirmation text we send to you each visit. This text could come from one of our multiple numbers:  1) 713-203-0787. Please save these numbers as our clinic. The text you will receive 24-48 hours from us prior to your appointment includes date and time of appointment and parking instructions.  Please follow the parking instructions and please text back promptly to confirm or adjust your appointment.

What do I wear? -If you are coming in for your ankle or knee, please wear or bring shorts.  If you are coming in for your back, loose pants or shorts work well.  If you are coming in for your wrist or elbow, please wear or bring a short-sleeved shirt. If you are coming in for either your neck or shoulder and you are a female, you will be putting a gown on; if you are a male, you will be taking your shirt off.  Footwear:  please wear or bring tennis shoes/sneakers or you’ll be asked to be barefoot.

What should I bring?  -Your calendar for scheduling.  We often try to schedule 2 weeks out at a time. It can be a time- consuming process for some folks as they Attempt to coordinate their work, travel, other appointments, and childcare needs……. too time consuming to do at the end of each appointment so we like to tackle it 2 weeks at a time. If you know of dates you’ll be out/not available the next 30 days, we want to know that in advance too!

Will other patients be scheduled when I am scheduled? -Long answer short; it’s possible and likely at popular times.  Several factors are of influence here. There is a big demand for appointments “after work” or from 4 pm on; not everyone can be accommodated at these hours, but sometimes folks tend to be demanding about requested appointment times as they strive to meet the demands of their life.  We understand the demands of life.  We ask you to please understand the demand on scheduling and recognize not everyone can be accommodated at 4 pm or later. Perhaps PT may require you to work with your boss allowing you time to come to PT during your office hours, or coordinate with your spouse/partner on sharing childcare roles to accommodate your need for PT.

As stated on our website, “You may have an overlapped appointment time slot with another patient as we strive to accommodate patients with their appointment time requests the best we are able to do so. In this event, we overlap patients with similar diagnosis’, similar treatment plans, and similar levels of progression. An overlapped appointment may also suggest you’re progressing, approaching accomplishment of your PT goals and graduating from PT soon.”

Additionally, there is a lot of traffic and unexpected occurrences on the roads.  Folks run late even when they allowed adequate time to arrive promptly.  We extend grace and do try to provide full service in these circumstances so their apptmt may overlap into the next hour.  It may happen to you too! Sometimes patients remember, at the end of their appointment, that they have one more question.  We try to get these questions addressed before they go which usually means they run over their appointment time. This, too, may happen to you!

We strive to deliver quality care and part of that is providing an efficient operation; within your allotted appointment time we need to ensure you’re parked correctly, answer your clinical questions, provide treatment, schedule and answer your front desk questions. Thank you for your support in advance.

Contact Us

We are located in the beautiful Greater Houston Heights District.

We are 4 blocks away from Heights Boulevard; prime window-shopping hustle and bustle mecca of new fun shops and eateries. The Heights has a small-town feel in the middle of a big city….part of the appeal, of course!

So the next time you are in The Heights for coffee or grabbing a bite to eat, drop in and say hi! we are always happy to have a friendly chat with our guests. We are nestled underneath a beautiful sprawling oak tree… you can’t miss us!

Questions? Get In Touch Now!

Contact us using the form below or call us at 713-203-0787 with any questions you may have.