Are these treatments covered by insurance?
We accept most types of insurance; please call the clinic with any questions about your specific insurance policy. We also accept cash payment $150 for the visit and treatment.
Is there a copay?
Copayment amount is dependent on your particular insurance plan. Most insurance cards have copayment amounts listed on the card. Since we see patients for office visits as a specialist for long-term care management and as an URGENT CARE CLINIC for patients needing immediate attention, copayment may differ depending on your appointment type (these amounts should be listed on your card as Urgent Care and Specialist). It is our policy to collect copayments at time of service.
What is a nerve block?
A nerve block is an injection of a nerve blocking agent, such as lidocaine, to “turn off” the nerve which typically results in decreased pain. An injection of a steroid is sometimes administered to help reduce the inflammation and swelling of tissue around the nerves of where the you are feeling pain.
What is an injection?
A small needle is used to “inject” the nerve blocking agent and/or steroid in very specific locations to help decrease your pain.
What do you treat?
We specialize in treating headaches, cervicalgia, and sciatica. These types of pain disorders commonly present as migraines, radiating pain from the neck to the shoulders, trigger point pain, and lower back pain that radiates from the lower back down into the hip and back of the legs.
Do you prescribe pain medications?
We do not prescribe any opioids. We use a combination of patient education, non-opioid medications, and procedures to care for our patients.
Do I need an appointment?
We do offer walk-in urgent care services that do not require an appointment. However, for long-term management consultations, we do require an appointment. Call us at (229) 333- 9838 to schedule your appointment!
Do I need a referral?
We do not require a referral.