Headache Institute of Texas
     
     
Symptoms & Problems | 6. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
 
Symptoms & Problems
1. Do you have any of these symptoms?
2. Does this describe your life?
3. Quick headache test—do it now!
4. Where is my problem coming from?
5. What do I do now?
6. FAQ
 
(New Patient Intake Forms)
(Resources for Our Current Patients)
 
6. FAQ
1. Do you take my insurance?  
We are providers for nearly all major insurance carriers, and our services are billed as standard medical office visits. After collecting your insurance information by phone, our patient care coordinator will let you know any co-pay and/or deductible amounts for which you will be responsible. We like patients to know what to expect so that there are no financial surprises.
 
2. What do I need to bring to my first appointment?
Please fill out your New Patient Intake Forms 3 DAYS BEFORE you arrive at your first appointment. There’s no extra time for you to fill out paperwork in our office. We need to spend your entire appointment time with YOU! Here’s the link to those forms:
» www.texasheadaches.com/new-patient-intake-forms
 
3. What are your hours?
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays:
9:00am–5:00pm
Wednesdays and Saturdays: 9:00am–3:00pm
 
4. Where are you located?
In north-central San Antonio, off of Highway 281 at the Oak Shadow/Winding Way exit. Our address is 14800 San Pedro, Suite 222, San Antonio, TX 78232.
» Map and directions to our location
 
5. Who am I going to be seeing at your facility?
Nasha Holt, MD.
» More information on our physicians and your evaluation
 
6. What if I don’t live in San Antonio?
We have an option for treating people who come to us from out of town. It’s a one-week, daily program, with a two-day follow-up six weeks later. Additional visits may be necessary, depending on your response to treatment and other medical issues that you might have. Expect to be relatively inactive during this stay, as we’re typically dealing with chronic, inflammatory problems that require rest.
 
7. What if I know that certain things—like weather or stress—cause my migraines?
 
This question about sources and triggers of headaches is answered by Dr. Nasha Holt in the short video to the right. Simply click the Play button to start the video. If you don’t see the play button, click here to install Flash Player.
 
 
8. More questions?
Call us at (210) 490-3500 or e-mail us at info@texasheadaches.com
 
  
Schedule an evaluation to see if you are
a candidate for our program!
 
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Call (210) 490-3500 to schedule your evaluation.
 
14800 San Pedro  /  Suite 222  /  San Antonio, Texas 78232  /  Phone: (210) 490-3500  /  Fax: (210) 490-3510
 
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