I have never met a Doctor that was so caring and informative, GREAT bedside manner. I can not say enough about his staff, they were right on top of things and as well showing the empathy when I was in so much pain. They work very hard to make sure that you are comfortable and relaxed about the procedure. Joe

Happy Patient

Patient Information

Patient Portal

 

Click Here to Access our Patient Portal

 

Patient Forms

Please print these following forms and fill them out completely prior to your appointment. If you are unable to print and complete these forms prior to your appointment then you will need to arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment to complete the forms.

 

Insurance Accepted

We accept most major health insurance plans, including Medicare and Workman’s Compensation. To ensure coverage, patients should check with their insurance company prior to scheduling a visit or procedure.

 

 

Before Your Appointment

To receive care at either of our clinics, you may need to obtain a referral from your referring physician. Our team will work closely with your referring physician during your treatment.

Physician Reports

To help diagnose and treat, we must have relevant medical records and MRI reports prior to your visit. We ask that you bring your most recent physician reports. Additionally, please have all radiology reports be sent to our office prior to your appointment.

What to Bring

Bring the completed patient forms, a Photo ID, your current insurance card, and all medication bottles.

 

Before Your Procedure

 

No Food or Drink

Prior to your procedure. please do not eat or drink anything 8 hours prior to your appointment otherwise we may be forced to cancel or reschedule for a later date. This includes gum, hard candy and mints. Please consult with our office if you are taking medications.

Arrival

Arrive 1 hour prior to your procedure time.

What to Bring

Bring your driver’s license (or photo ID), insurance card(s), and a list of ALL medications and dosage information that you are currently taking.

 

During and After Your Procedure

 

The Procedure

The procedure will begin with an IV and a short acting general anesthesia.  You will only be asleep for the duration of the procedure which typically lasts between 10 to 15 minutes. Patients usually awaken after about 5-10 minutes.

Driving Home

Please make arrangements for travel back to your home after your procedure. Your ride must be present at the time of discharge, no exceptions.  Please note that you may not go home in a cab or any other community transport.

 

We Are Accepting New Patients

Our doctors are currently accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, please call our Carrollton clinic at (972) 316-7270 or our Denton clinic at (940) 222-8943.

Call Us

Carrollton:  (972) 316-7270

Denton:  (940) 222-8943

Questions? Contact us!