Supercharge Your Recovery With Buffalo Back and Neck Physical Therapy and Get Better Quickly

This page is aimed at helping you understand and prepare for your first visit to our offices. We will outline the steps to take, as well as highlight the traditional, and most common forms that our clients need. You can print these forms and fill them out before your appointment to save time.

Buffalo Back and NEck

Chiropractic Office

Step 1: Book Your Appointment

If you feel that physical therapy is necessary, or if your physician has prescribed therapy for you, contact us by phone or feel free to stop by our clinic to schedule your initial evaluation. It is our policy to attempt to schedule all patients for their initial examination within 24 to 48 hours of contacting us for their appointment. Our helpful office staff will be able to assist you in setting up a one-on-one appointment with one of our physical therapists.   In cases where an urgent consultation may be necessary, your physician may contact us directly to schedule a more immediate appointment.

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Step 2: Pre-Fill Forms

In order to save you time and worry we have placed our forms onto the website for you to print, fill out and bring into your first appointment. If you already have a complete list of all medical conditions, surgeries, and medications you may bring that with you in place of our Medical History Questionnaire.

Step 3: Day Of Visit Preparation

What to expect at your first visit

You will be greeted by one of our receptionists at the front desk where you will sign in and provide them with your insurance information, prescription, and any forms that you may have prepared for us. At that time you will be asked to provide your co-payment if your insurance policy requires. You may also be provided with some additional paperwork to complete prior to your initial exam. Once finished, your therapist will greet you and escort you to an examination room where you will discuss your symptoms.

How Can I Best Prepare For My Appointment?

In order to help speed up the patient registration process, please have the following documents, if applicable:

  • Arrive 10 to 15 minutes early.
  • Bring your insurance card/information.
  • Bring any applicable prescriptions.
  • Wear loose fitting clothing that allows you to move comfortably. Sneakers are preferred.
  • Bring Photo Identification
  • Bring any pre-filled forms and paperwork regarding your medical history, functional limitations or privacy.
  • Bring all relevant imagine (X-rays, MRI, CT, etc.) or tests (ENG, Nerve Conduction Studies, etc.). You can also make arrangements to have these documents faxed to us.

What Sort Of Questions Will I Be Asked?

In order to help speed up the patient registration process, please have the following documents, if applicable:

  • When and how did your symptoms first start?
  • Where are your symptoms located?
  • How severe are your symptoms?
  • How long do your symptoms last?
  • What makes your symptoms feel better?
  • What makes your symptoms feel worse?
  • Have you received, or are you currently receiving, any treatments for your symptoms?
  • Have you ever had similar symptoms in the past?
By being prepared with answers, filled out forms, and the required documentation we can avoid any delays that may occur prior to consultation and treatment.

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After experiencing a lot of shoulder pain, I consulted with the doctors at Buffalo Back and Neck Physical Therapy. They suggested that I might have tendinitis and created a regime to follow. Within a couple of weeks I was feeling relief, and now my shoulder is as good as new.

Treating the Northtowns of Western New York

No matter if you live just north of us in Niagara Falls, Wheatfield, Grand Island or North Tonawanda or if you call Amherst, Cheektowaga, Clarence, Kenmore, or Buffalo home. We are conveniently located in Tonawanda and look forward to finding out how we can help with all of types of orthopedic injuries as well as vertigo and dizziness.

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