Senior Low Back Pain Treatment Protocol
- Step 1: You setup a quick call so Our Staff can Learn About Your Specific Condition.
Simply fill out the form below and we'll call you to learn more about your condition. If your condition is something we think we can help with, we'll schedule you for an appointment with the Doctor (if we don't think your condition is a fit, we'll refer you to where we think you should go).
- Step 2: We Setup a Private Appointment with Dr. Alex.
We'll schedule you for an exam in our office with the Doctor. We'll make sure you can fill out the paperwork we need before you ever step foot into the office.
- Step 3: We Do a Focused Exam to Determine Exactly what Causes Your Low Back Pain.
During the exam, the Doctor will perform some focused tests and exams to determine what condition you are actually suffering from. After the initial exam we may need to do some advanced imaging in order to make a definitive diagnosis.
- Step 4: We will walk you through What We Found during the Exam and Present You With Your Options.
The Doctor will sit down with you and explain exactly what he found and walk you through all of your treatment options. You will be presented with all of the possible paths to treat what is going on in your specific case.
- Step 5: YOU DECIDE if you want to Move Forward with Recommended Treatment.
We never do any treatment until you fully understand what is going on, what your options are, how much treatment will cost, and how long it will take. We make sure that you understand everything that is going on at every step of the process and that you are ready to move forward. We have a strict "No Surprises" Policy in our Office when it comes to Patient Care.
- Step 6: We Help you Finally Get Your Low Back Pain under Control.
Once you approve the treatment plan we get to work on helping you get back to maximum functioning capacity as quickly as possible.
- Does Your Office Require X-Rays or Advanced Imaging?
We do not X-ray or use advanced imaging on all of our patients. If, after an exam is given, the Doctor requires further imaging to make a diagnosis, he will recommend that at the time. We only believe in doing advanced imaging when it is absolutely necessary to make a diagnosis.
- Does Your Office Accept my Insurance?
We accept a variety of insurance coverage. To confirm benefits, fill out the form above so that our office can call you and get your information. We will then contact your insurance company and confirm that you are covered before you decide to move forward.
- What if My Insurance isn't Accepted?
We have a variety of options to make treatment affordable for our patients who don't have insurance or fall outside of our coverage area. We do everything we can to make the cost of care easy and affordable for everyone who is trying to get well.
- How Much Does it Cost?
Every patient has a different condition and because of that each patient will have a different treatment plan. We will always explain the cost before we do anything that you have to pay for and will also assist you in payment options. We would be happy to talk with you on specifics at any time via phone or in the office.
- What If I'm Afraid of the Chiropractor because of Something I've heard a Friend Say?
We understand. Over the years there has been a ton of misinformation about the safety of Chiropractic. While Chiropractic has been proven time and again to be one of the safest treatments for Musculoskeletal conditions, we still understand your concern. In our office, we never do anything without explaining it to you first and getting your permission. We have a strict "No Surprises" Policy when it comes to treatment and that's just one of the reasons that first time Chiropractic Patients (as well as patients who have used our services for years) love our office so much.