About Your Visit
What should you bring to your appointment at Interventional Spine and Pain, P.A.
- Patient registration forms (you may download from our site, or we will fax you)
- All previous and relevant imaging studies with imaging report (X-ray, MRI, CT-scan, Ultrasounds)
- Previous medical records
- A list of questions you may want answered about your condition and/or treatment
- A list of all current medications
- Insurance Card
- Drivers license
- Proper Co-pay amount (this will be a specialist visit, so please consult your insurance card for the correct specialist co-pay)
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NOTE: Interventional Spine and Pain does not provide disability evaluation or approval. Interventional Spine and Pain asks that all new referrals make the practice aware if they have retained an attorney or have been involved in an MVA within the past 2 years, as our practice does not treat patients under these situations. At this time we are not able to accept LETTER of PROTECTION and ask that this be brought to our attention before scheduling.
Preparing For A Procedure
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We accept all Major private insurances, with the exception to Medicare Advantage plans/Replacement plans or Medicaid.
Medicare recipients must have a supplemental as a secondary insurance in order to become an established patient, and must also have a referral from a referring provider.
For inquiries regarding our participation with any insurance carrier, feel free to contact our office.