No. Patients are typically seen for the initial consultation within two weeks after receiving the referral.
No. We specialize in chronic pain and sports complaints that require interventional treatment.
Fractures are best treated at an acute care facility like an emergency department.
No. Cancer pain is not currently treated at our facility.
With most of the treatment options, regular activities can be resumed shortly after procedure.
Heavy training or lifting straining is not recommended until 3 days post procedure.
It also depends on the severity of your injury.
Each patient and their injury is different.
Some people require a short course of therapy whereas others will require care over a longer period of time.
Yes. A referral from your family physician or another specialist physician is needed. You can download or send our clinic information to your doctor to get started.
Yes. Patients in wheelchairs are treated at our facility.
Patients must be able to stand and pivot transfer in order to receive treatment.
Some procedures may require stopping blood thinning medication prior to the procedure.
Typically the family doctor or specialist who prescribes the blood thinner will decide whether it is safe for the patient to stop the blood thinner for their procedure.
No. In fact, a light breakfast or light lunch is beneficial on your first visit.
If you’d like more information, ask your doctor at time of consultation.
A consultation to evaluate your problem and to obtain information regarding your condition is possible at our clinic.
However, interventional pain treatment is not recommended if you are pregnant.
If you are suffering from an infection, are planning on having surgery or have had recent surgery then your procedure may need to be rescheduled.
Please contact the clinic if you require clarification.
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