How do I become a patient?

We are a referral-based practice. This means that we will accept New Patients based on referrals from primary care physicians to become a patient of our practice. Please contact your physician for further information about being a patient of our neurology practice.

What should I bring to my initial appointment?

  • Valid State Issued Photo ID (Driver's License or Passport)
  • Copy of Insurance Card (Primary and Secondary Insurance)
  • Copy of Recent Imaging, Lab Reports, Medical Reports
  • List of Current Medications

What should I expect on my Initial Consultation?

On your initial consultation, the doctor will conduct a thorough neurological exam, review your past medical records and current medications. This may take up to an hour or more.  Based on this information, the doctor may order additional tests, procedures, labs, imaging, or physical therapy. He will then enumerate a treatment plan that gets the best possible outcome for your recovery.

What insurances do you accept?

We provide medical insurance billing, however, anything not covered by insurance will be the responsibility of the patient or guardian.

We request payment at time of the appointment for services that are not covered by insurance. Some insurance plans may require you to pay a co-pay/deductible at the time of your appointment.

We accept self-pay patients as well!

I am worried about my test results; can I call and see if everything is, ok?

The staff cannot talk to you about your test results over the phone as they are not licensed physicians, during your next appointment the doctor will go over everything with you including any questions you may have.

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