NEW PATIENT FORMS

Save time in the waiting room! Please download and print the forms below to fill out and bring with you to your first visit.

You can also fill out and submit some of the information online. However, the downloadable forms above contain important office policy forms for your records. 


First Appointment FAQs

What should I bring?

You should bring your prescription from your Doctor, insurance information and X-rays (if available). If you already have prosthesis / orthosis be sure to bring it along even if it is broken or you have outgrown it. It is also a good idea to have a family member or close friend accompany you. They will help you remember conversations, instructions and will most likely ask questions you may not have thought to ask.

What should I wear?

You will need to wear or bring appropriate clothing to your appointment. If you are being seen for: - Lower limb brace or lower limb prosthesis wear or bring shorts. Also bring the shoes you plan to wear with the device. You are welcome to bring multiple. - Spinal / Back brace, upper limb brace or upper limb prosthesis wear or bring a tight fitting t-shirt.

What happens when I arrive?

You will be shown to a patient room specific to your needs and one of our practitioners will begin their initial, comprehensive evaluation. You will be asked questions about the nature of your condition and probing questions about your lifestyle, interests and levels of activity. The more we know about you and how you live, work and play, the more effective we will be in successfully creating a device appropriate to your needs. We will discuss you options.

What about measuring my device?

Depending on your situation the practitioner may measure or take a custom impression for your prosthetic or orthotic device.

How do I schedule a follow-up visit?

As you leave you will be asked to make a return appointment for the actual fitting of your prosthetic or orthotic device.

 

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