Our Patients

AIP_600X234_OUR_PATIENTSAs a patient of AIPM, there are a few things you should know and expect. Please read this information carefully, as it is subject to change at any time without notice.

New Patients

After being referred to Advanced Interventional Pain Management, your doctor or specialist must provide AIPM with your medical records for our physicians to review. Once your records have been reviewed,  we will send a packet of information with forms to be completed, prior to your first appointment. Do not mail in these forms. You will need to bring them with you to your first visit. Please bring your insurance card to each visit and be prepared to pay any co-pays required by your insurance.

All Patients

For each visit, all patients will need to bring a current list of prescriptions or the prescription bottles.

As a clinic that manages pain through care plans and office visits, we do not prescribe narcotics after hours or on the weekends. You will need to bring any unfilled prescriptions and pain medications with you to your office visits. We do not replace lost or stolen prescriptions or medications. You will need to schedule subsequent visits far enough in advance that you will not run out of your medication. When you come to your appointments, you should be prepared to discuss the effectiveness of your treatments, including but not limited to:

  • How much did the treatment decrease your level of pain?
  • How long did it last?
  • What activities increase/decrease your pain?
  • Have there been any side effects?

NOTICE: Our clinic does not obtain medication from the pharmacy implicated in the steroid contamination, nor do we use the medication involved.