Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin Sports and Neuro Rehab

Ascension Seton Medical Center Outpatient Rehabilitation Gallery


Easy Access

Ascension Seton Medical Center Outpatient Rehabilitation is located off of Koenig Lane (FM 2222) and Guadalupe Street. Look for the SETON Rehab sign in the front of the building. There you will find ample parking with a handicap ramp to the front door. Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Presently there are two bus routes that have stops near our clinic. Route #1 (North Lamar/South Congress) has a stop at the intersection of Lamar and Koenig. Route #339 has a stop at Koenig and Guadalupe. If you require further information regarding bus routes you can contact Capital Metro Transit at 512-474-1200.



Patients can register before their appointment by phone 512-324-1875, or in person at the check-in desk. Our helpful staff is available to assist you with your needs. For the initial appointment, please arrive 30 minutes early in order to fill out the necessary history form and verify contact information.

Please bring your insurance card, picture identification, and your prescription. Your doctor can fax your prescription for therapy to (512) 324-1876. In addition, we suggest that you wear comfortable clothing to each appointment.


One-On-One Treatment

Many clinics have rehabilitation aides that assist with treatment. We believe in keeping a high standard of care with the treatment you receive. After the initial evaluation with a member of our skilled staff, you will receive one-on-one, hands-on care from a licensed therapist.


Patient Education

When it comes to physical, occupational or speech rehabilitation, education is a vital part of the process. Staff members take the time with every patient to describe their injury and the strategy designed to improve their condition. The therapist’s goal is to teach patients how to prevent and control their symptoms, and in turn provide exercise programs which will assist in the healing process.


Orthopedic and Neurological Physical Therapy

Our adult specialty services include the following:

  • Orthopedic and sports injuries
  • Neurological dysfunction (stroke)
  • Dizziness (vertigo) and balance training
  • Video gait and running analysis
  • McKenzie Method
  • Amputee
  • Certified Kinesio taping practitioners

In our gym, our therapists utilize a wide variety of equipment such as the Balance and Biodex unweighting system. The Balance Master incorporates technology that aids rehabilitation in patients with balance or mobility problems due to a variety of causes including stroke, inner ear problems and joint injuries. The Biodex unweighting system is used to allow for walking and running on the treadmill for those patients who cannot tolerate full weight activities


Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists at our site have extensive experience and expertise in the treatment of arm and hand injuries, neurological diagnosis and trauma to include special certification in Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) for adult brain injury and stroke. Recently, a new program has been started for new and long-term neurological clients called the SaeboFlex Dynamic Orthosis and functional tone management for arm strengthening and functional retraining.

Many of the patient diagnosis we care for are:

  • Nerve and muscle disorders of the arm or upper body
  • Neurological/brain disease or trauma
  • Physical impairments
  • Orthopedic injuries
  • Visual-perception and ocular motor deficits
  • Developmental delays
  • Sensory deficits
  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes


Speech Therapy

Our speech therapists will develop an individualized plan of care tailored to each patient’s needs. Services offered include treatment of the following:

  • Speech and language delay
  • Speech, language and or cognitive/communication impairment
  • Articulation
  • Language disorder
  • Auditory comprehension
  • Voice disorders
  • Neurologically based communication disorders
  • Dysphagia (swallowing)
  • Stuttering
  • Head/neck cancer (laryngectomy)


After Treatment

During or after your appointment, your therapist will sit down with you and discuss what course of treatment they recommend based on the evaluation. You will discuss why certain problems are occurring, assess whether to continue therapy or if special services are needed, and make follow-up appointments.

Following your appointment, you may call our department 512-324-1875 at any time should you have questions regarding your diagnosis or treatment.