Being prepared for your visit can ensure that you start your treatment off on the right foot, making for a smooth treatment experience. We offer the following information to help our patients in Orlando, as well as other communities in Central and South Florida, prepare for their visit at National Pain Institute.
How Can I Prepare for My Visit?
There are a few ways you can prepare for your visit at National Pain Institute. First, to expedite the initial appointment, we recommend filling out the necessary patient forms ahead of time. This can save you quite some time before your appointment, meaning that you will be able to see a doctor even earlier. You may also want to review the pain treatments on our website to familiarize yourself with some of our offerings. Depending on your condition, our doctors may recommend some of these treatments to you during your visit. Reading about them beforehand can aid you in this discussion.
What Should I Bring to My Visit?
For your initial visit, you should bring the necessary patient forms, health insurance information and any relevant information or paperwork about the condition you are being treated for. This will allow us to complete the patient intake process speedily and guarantee you an effective and convenient treatment process. You may also choose to dress comfortably so that you can easily participate in any tests or treatments that our doctors may recommend.
What Can I Expect During My Visit?
During your initial visit, you will meet with one of our specialized doctors to discuss your condition. We will take this time to determine the source of your pain. In some cases, diagnostics tests may be necessary to pinpoint the cause of your discomfort. After these tests are performed, we will be able to recommend a number of possible treatment options. From here, we will help you determine the treatments that will best fulfill your needs and produce the results you desire.
If you are ready to schedule your initial visit at National Pain Institute, contact us today. We welcome patients from Orlando, as well as other communities in Central and South Florida.