Frequently Asked Questions

Click the different questions about office procedures and common sports injuries for answers.

What are your office hours?
We are open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Thursday and 8 am to 12 pm on Friday. Our office is closed Saturday and Sunday and from 12 pm to 1 pm for lunch during the week.
What does a new patient need to bring to an appointment and can the forms be filled out online?
Yes, patient forms are available online. Simply print, fill out, and bring them to your appointment to speed up your check in time. Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time and bring a valid phot ID, your insurance cards, a list of current medications and dosages, a list of past surgeries, as well as any other important documents we may have requested ahead of time. Look under the patient forms tab for more information and downloadable forms.
Does Dr. Morris accept my insurance?
Dr. Morris is in network with most insurance carriers. You will need to call the number on the back of your insurance card to verify if Dr. Morris is in-network with your particular carrier and plan. For Medicaid please have your Primary Care Physician fax us a referral.
Does Dr. Morris take workman's compensation?
Yes, all injuries must be recent and correctly reported. Dr. Morris does not treat back or neck injuries.
Can I still see Dr. Morris if my insurance is out of network?
Yes, but most of the time it will be at a greater out of pocket cost to the patient.
What if I don't have insurance?
Dr. Morris sees patients without medical insurance. Full payment is due at the time of service. The cost varies depending to the type of treatment, casting, braces, injections, and X-Rays.
How do I get a prescription refilled?
Call your pharmacy and have them fax Dr. Morris a refill request to 830-895-4465.

 

Prescription refills are not done after hours, on weekends, or on holidays.

Where does Dr. Morris operate?
Dr. Morris performs his surgeries at the Peterson Ambulatory Surgery Center, Hill Country Memorial Hospital, Peterson Regional Medical Center and Surgery Center of Boerne.
How do I know my surgery date and time?
Dr. Morris’s nurse will call you with instructions. The hospital will also contact you prior to surgery. Final surgery time will be given by his office.
What if I have questions about surgery?
You can call our office during office hours to speak to the nurse or Dr. Morris.
How do I get a copy of my medical records?
You can come to our office and fill out & sign a form requesting medical records:

Things you will need to specify:
Type of records you are requesting (all, specific procedure, x-rays, etc)
Your legal name, date of birth, social security #
Please allow one week for medical records. Thank you.