• 206 S Hays St, Bel Air, MD 21014

General Questions:

  • Is the office wheelchair accessible?

    Yes our office is wheelchair accessible; however we do not have wheelchairs on site for use. Please be sure to provide your own assistance if necessary.

  • Do you accept auto accident and workers compensation cases?

    Yes we do. If you have been involved in an auto accident, we require a Letter of Protection from your attorney prior to your appointment.

    If you have been involved in a work-related accident, we require authorization from your adjuster prior to your appointment. Your authorization should state that you are referred to a neurosurgeon, or a pain management doctor based on your injury. We also need the claim number, the date of your injury, and the name, phone number, fax number, and billing address for your adjuster prior to your appointment.

  • Can you perform x-rays in the office?

    Our office does not have the equipment necessary to perform any x-rays, MRIs or CT scans. Please complete any required testing prior to your appointment. When you schedule time in our office, we will ask where your testing was performed so that we can obtain a copy of the images and report.

  • Is there free parking?

    Yes, our office has a small parking lot available for your convenience.

  • Will I have to pay a co-pay each visit?

    You will be required to comply with your insurance carrier’s requirements. This varies between insurance companies. We will inform you of your responsibility when insurance coverage is verified prior to your first visit.

  • What should I bring to my first visit?

    A form of ID and your insurance card as well as your co-pay if applicable.

Physical Therapy Questions:

  • Will I be seeing the same therapist?

    Yes, you will see the same therapist for each of your visits.

  • How often will I require therapy?

    Generally a maximum of 3 times a week, however your therapist will tailor your schedule with you.

  • Will I have to pay a co-pay each visit?

    You will be required to comply with your insurance carrier’s requirements. This varies between insurance companies. We will inform you of your responsibility when insurance coverage is verified prior to your first visit.

  • What should I bring to my first visit?

    A form of ID and your insurance card as well as your co-pay if applicable.