1What can I expect at my first appointment?
You will be asked to confirm your identity, we will verify insurance if you have it and you will either complete patient intake information or provide the information you filled out beforehand. You will have an opportunity to sign up for our patient portal to get important updates from our office. Depending on your condition you may then be taken for X-ray and will then see your doctor. After seeing your ph.
2What insurance plans do you accept?
3What are your self pay rates?
We can discuss these on an individual basis if you contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4 What age range of patients do you accept?
We accept patients of all ages, as musculoskeletal conditions occur in a large percentage of the population.
5Where are you located?
We are located in the Princeton Lakes medical complex at 3885 Princeton Lakes Way, Suite 306. Conveniently located just off I-285.
6Do you have imaging on site?
We have an x-ray machine, but other imaging such as MRI and CT scans will be scheduled at other convenient facilities.
7What is Remote Patient Monitoring?
Our doctors believe the best way to get superior results for our patients is to consider the entire patient and how an injury affects their ability to be active. Using modern wearable technology, we help patients increase their activity level by nudges and interventions that keep patients on track. We reserve our remote monitoring program as an additional service to interested patients.
8Are you affiliated with any hospitals?
9Are your providers board certified?
Yes, all of our physicians are board certified.
10What do your providers specialize in?
Our surgeons are fellowship trained meaning they have done extra education, allowing them to specialize in certain body parts and get the best results for our patients.
11Are you under an organization or privately owned/operated?
We are a private practice, owned and operated by the physicians providing patient care.