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Center of pelvic Excellence COPE PT

Center of Pelvic Excellence Physical Therapy & Wellness, LLC - COPE PT was founded by Dr. Ijeoma Nwankpa, a leader in the field and one of the few board-certified specialists in the metro Dallas- Fort Worth area. At COPE PT we specialize in pelvic floor health, sexual health counseling, lymphedema therapy, cancer survivorship and oncology care.


Our specialized doctors of physical therapy strive to identify the root causes of the problems our patients are experiencing then partner alongside them to develop an individualized and comprehensive treatment program to reach their goals.This is a safe place where we treat all genders and orientations over the age of 18. 

Our mission is to provide excellent comprehensive one-on-one evaluations and follow up sessions, tailored to your needs. We also offer virtual sessions. 


We are involved in several community outreach programs and local support groups related to all topics of pelvic health, sexual health, lymphedema and cancer survivorship. 

Contact us today to connect with our providers and get started on your journey to excellence!

We Accept Most Commercial Insurance and Medicare:

Aetna Health Insurance 
Blue Cross Blue Shield Plans
Cigna  American Specialty Health 
Medicare Advantage Plans 
MultiPlan Insurance 
Scott and White Health Plan

Tricare East
United Healthcare Insurance 
UMR Health Insurance 
WellMed Networks

Superior Health Plan 


And More...

We accept most health insurance. Filing insurance claims is a courtesy that we extend to our patients, though all charges are your responsibility from the date services are rendered. Your insurance is a contract between you, your employer, and the insurance company. We are not a party to that contract. Before your visit, it is your responsibility to contact your insurance company to verify that we are participants in your particular plan and that the services you intend to receive are covered.

If prior authorization/referral is required by your insurance carrier, it is your responsibility to obtain this from your primary care physician. Failure to do so may result in denial of your claims and you will be held responsible for all non-covered charges.

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