What is a typical auto injury in office visit like?
Your first visit will be the longest since it may include time spent filling out new patient paper work. But, you can save time by filling out the new patient intake form prior to your first visit.
On your first visit a detailed history will be taken. In addition, a musculoskeletal and neurological evaluation will be performed. Your doctor will also perform orthopedic testing, test and document muscle weakness, tenderness, and spasm. Your doctor may also recommend further testing such as imaging (MRI, CT, or Radiographs) and/or specialist referrals.
It is likely your first visit may also include passive and acute care therapy. A home exercise program may also be recommended.
Follow up visits are typically between 30-45 minutes and may include, therapeutic activities, exercises, massage, traction, muscle stimulation, heat/ice, and manual therapies.
Which Conditions Can Be Treated?
Our doctors treat auto accidents, sports injuries, headaches, neck pain, back pain, rotator cuff injuries, elbow pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, hip pain, groin pulls, hamstring sprain/strain, Sciatic, knee Pain, Patellar Tendonitis, calf sprain/strain, shin splints, ankle sprain/strains, Achilles Tendonitis and Plantar Fasciitis.
What Insurances do you accept?
21st Century, ACCC, Ace American, Aetna, Allstate, American Chiropractic Network, Amerigroup, Amica, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Care Improvement Plus, Cigna, Colonial, Commerce and Industry Consumers, Coventry, Dairyland, Esurance, Farm Bureau, Farmers, Federal, First Health, Foremost, Garrison, Geico, Germania, Government Employees, Hartford, Home State, Humana, Liberty Mutual, Loya Insurance Company, Medicaid, Medicare, Metropolitan Lloyds, Mga, Molina, Nationwide, New Hampshire, Old American Progressive, Oscar, Service Lloyds, Southern, State Auto Property, State Farm, Superior, Texas Mutual, Travelers, United Healthcare, Unitrin, USAA, Wellcare, and Zurich.
If you do not see your insurance company listed, call us.