Children and adults are the same but different. Most kids want to play all the time, but they also are required to go to school. Most adults would prefer to play all the time – relax, go to the ...View Article
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1. You will be asked to fill out paper work. Yes, our paper work contains details on your injuries to help the doctor better identify your condition.
2. Annette, our exercise physiologist will bring you back to our exam room.
3. She will review your medical history with you and get additional information.
4. You will meet with Dr. Sean Feeney. He will first spend time talking about your pain, injuries, medical history, and your lifestyle.
5. He will then do a physical examination where he performs detailed orthopedic tests to further assess your condition. You are fully clothed and are NOT asked to change into a gown.
6. Dr. Feeney, will then determine if X-rays will be needed, if so they will be done that day in our office with our new digital X-ray machine. At this point you may be asked to change into a gown depending on your attire. X rays are reviewed IMMEDIATELY.
7. Depending on how much pain you are in we may or may not perform treatment the first day.
8. You will be scheduled for a report of findings visit. At which time Dr. Feeney will educate you on your condition and give you a plan to get you better as fast as possible.
9. If needed we will coordinate pain management, neurology, and/or an attorney consultation before you leave your first visit.