Make an Appointment

Call our office at the number listed on our contact page. Our staff will assist you in selecting your appointment. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The receptionist will gather preliminary information and will help you schedule a convenient date and time to see one of our physicians. We ask that you bring, or have your referring physician send, any medical records or test results related to your condition. In addition, we will need the names and dosages of all medications you are currently taking. Please be sure to bring your insurance card(s) to each appointment.

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Arriving for an Appointment

Please arrive 30 minutes ahead of the appointment time so the receptionist can review your patient information. The physician will usually see you in a timely manner, but emergencies or other unforeseeable events may occasionally cause delays.

The physician and nurses will review your medical history, and a pertinent physical exam will be performed. After this is completed, the physician will discuss the evaluation of your condition with you. You are an active member of the treatment team and are encouraged to ask questions throughout your visit.

Your First Visit

We will begin your initial visit by taking your vital signs and reviewing the information in your medical history. One of our providers will meet with you to review the personal history form and discuss your current problem. Then they will perform a general physical examination of your orthopedic problem.

At the completion of your visit, we will discuss the possible problem or diagnosis with you and will recommend additional tests and outline a treatment program. Additional tests may include analysis of culture samples, X-rays, MRIs, CT, or other procedures. Any additional tests will be scheduled when you check out. The nurses will review information regarding the additional tests or procedures and will provide preparation instructions for the tests.

Educational material and dietary information are provided to reinforce your discussion with the physician and clinical staff and to help in your treatment.

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