What to expect from your first visit
We strive to provide excellent customer service to all our patients from their first phone call to the office to their last appointment. To help us help you make your first appointment a success, please bring the following to your appointment:
- insurance card
- photo ID
- co-pay or co-insurance payment
- insurance referral if needed
- copies of any other physician notes for the same problem
- copies of nerve studies
- copies of x-rays or imaging studies such as CT Scans or MRIs for the problem area
If you are a NEW patient to our office you will need to complete a "New" patient intake form. This can be done by downloading a paper form and bringing to our office OR complete the form online and print it at home.
"New" Patient Intake form (print at home and fill out by hand)
Online "New" Patient Intake form (fill out online, print and bring to appointment)
For patients under the age of 18 (minors,) please refer to our policy on the treatment of minors.
Were you injured at work?
The following outlines the typical steps of a Worker's Compensation claim in the State of Connecticut. More detailed information can be found at the State of Connecticut Worker's Compensation Commission official web site: http://wcc.state.ct.us/gen-info/if-injured/flow.htm
The Worker's Compensation Process
- Report your injury to your employer immediately
- Get prompt medical attention
- File an official claim as soon as possible
- Continue medical treatment as advised by your physician(s)
- Follow work restrictions directed by your physician
- When maximum medical improvement has been reached, your physician will issue a medical report on Permanent Partial Disability (PPD)
- If your claim is contested or denied, you may request an Informal Hearing with the Worker's Compensation Commission (http://wcc.state.ct.us)