Advanced Osteopractic
Physical Therapy Clinic

Dr. Reine Nola, DPT, FAAOMPT

Why Us?

2nd Generation Doctor

Wichita Native

Family Owned

Shorter Sessions

What Makes
Osteoptractic Physical
Therapy Unique?

An Osteopractor is a physical therapist, medical doctor, or doctor of osteopathic medicine that has completed an extensive, evidence-based post-graduate training program in manual therapy for the diagnosis and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal conditions.


Frequently Asked Questions

Why pay cash instead of using health insurance?

No waiting on health insurance to approve an arbitrary number of treatments.

  • Cash pay allows patients to receive the number of treatments necessary to treat their pain, no more and no less.

Cash pay enables the patient to be seen one-on-one by a board fellowship trained physical therapist.

  • Many clinics are unable to provide one-on-one care due to health insurance’s ever changing reimbursement rates and rules.
  • Bypassing restrictions imposed by many health insurances allows us provide high quality and efficient care.

Cash pay includes a transparent cost of treatment provided to the patient prior to their treatment.

  • No delayed medical bills sent in the mail weeks after treatment.
  • Health insurance involves co-pays, deductibles, pre-authorizations, and a numerous variety of insurance coverage plans. Because of this, the actual cost to the patient can remain unclear.

The care we provide is money back guaranteed if self pay option is chosen.

  • We believe in our treatments so much that if you are not satisfied with your treatment, we will offer you your money back, guaranteed.
  • This same offer is typically not available when choosing to use health insurance

What does an initial physical therapy evaluation include?

  • Our initial evaluation includes a thorough screen of your prior health history and current injury to determine if you are appropriate for physical therapy treatment.
  • Your evaluation and treatment will be performed by a Fellowship-trained Doctor of Physical Therapy.
  • We evaluate your muscular, skeletal, and nervous system to determine a diagnosis (i.e. the cause of your pain).
  • We develop a prognosis, meaning how long it may take for our treatment to help you reach your goals.

What else is included during initial evaluation?

Your first treatment will be provided during your initial evaluation!

  • This enables you to quickly see if our quality of care is moving you in the direction of your goals.
  • Our treatments may include dry needling, manipulation, and blood flow restriction therapy as well as other more traditional modes of physical therapy treatment.

We provide you with a personalized therapeutic exercise program.

  • This will enable you to further progress toward your goals at home. We provide you with paper or electronic instruction on an exercise program developed to manage your pain.

With us you will have 7 days a week access to messaging with your treating provider.

  • Text directly with your provider regarding how you are doing after your treatment or with any other questions pertaining to your injury.