Our Patients

In preparation for your first visit with our office, be sure to contact your primary physician and ensure that they have sent or will send all of the appropriate information we need, such as X-rays or blood tests. This will help us to diagnose your condition and fully address your concerns.

Please arrive at our office 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time so that you can fill out all the necessary office and insurance paperwork, or you may download the forms from this site and fill them out prior to arriving.
Depending on your condition or concerns, your initial visit with us could take anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes. After examining the records and information that have been supplied to us and reviewing your lab results, we will:

  • discuss the history of your symptoms
  • detail your medical history and any former pain management treatments, if applicable
  • conduct a thorough physical examination
  • make a diagnosis
  • create a detailed treatment plan to suit your needs and manage your pain

We encourage you to ask questions, and we will be glad to address any concerns you may have.



Appointments are an important part of your treatment, as time has been reserved specifically for you to talk with the doctor and receive treatment. Please arrive on time for your appointment. If you are more than 15 minutes late, you may be asked to reschedule. We request a 24-hour notice if you need to cancel your appointment. We are aware that unforeseen events sometimes require missing an appointment and appreciate your cooperation.


Our office is committed to helping you maximize your insurance benefits. Because insurance policies very, we can only estimate your coverage in good faith but cannot guarantee coverage due to the complexities of insurance contracts. Please inform us of any changes to your insurance coverage. Your estimated patient portion must be paid at the time of service. As a service to our patients, we bill insurance companies for services. If claims are not paid within 60 days, you are responsible for the balance. If you have any questions, our courteous staff is always available to answer them.


It is our mission to provide you with affordable, high-quality treatment that fits your budget! Your treatment plan will include a breakdown of all applicable fees, and we will inform you of all costs before treatment is administered. We offer a variety of payment options to meet your needs. Our office accepts payments by cash, checks, and Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover credit cards.

Insurance Policy

Our office staff will be glad to assist you with your insurance coverage. When you first visit our office, please bring your current insurance card with you. If you change companies or join another employer’s plan, please be sure to let us know. If a referral is necessary, please bring the completed form with you to your appointment. We will submit all insurance claims for you. We will fully attempt to help you receive full insurance benefits; however, you are personally responsible for your account, and we encourage you to contact us if your policy has not paid within 45 days. If we are not contracted under your insurance, you will be given a copy of services and charges to file with your insurance claim form. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

Doctor Referral

Thank you for referring your patient to our practice! To facilitate the referral process, please complete and submit the form below. Please also send us current X-rays and records that will help in the patient’s diagnosis and treatment. If you have any questions, please call our office. Thank you for your referrals!

Patient Forms

You may access the following forms to assist us with your care. Please print and fill out the following forms, then, bring them to your appointment.

What is a Physiatrist?

Physiatrists specialize in rehabilitation. Their expertise is treating illnesses and/or injuries that afflict the muscles, nerves and bones and hinder a patient’s mobility. To qualify, physiatrists must receive their medical degree and complete training in physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R).
Physiatrists are able to:

  • Correctly pinpoint, diagnose and treat pain
  • Re-establish mobility and function that’s been inhibited by illness, injury or another condition
  • Offer non-surgical treatments to treat the pain/ailment
  • Provide prevention tips and exercises

Physiatrists diagnose and treat a variety of problem. They strive to alleviate and reduce pain and restore mobility without a surgical procedure. Since all patients’ bodies are different, physiatrists create a personal, individualized treatment plan after determining the cause of the patient’s pain. Patients can usually follow through with this treatment plan at home by themselves or in a facility with the physiatrist’s medical team. This team usually consists of physical therapists but can also include orthopedists and neurologists if needed. A personalized treatment plan can help patients stay as mobile as possible, no matter the age.