Frequently Asked Questions

Emergency information

If you are an emergency case requiring immediate attention, please call 911. If you need a provider after hours, please call (276) 227-0200 and leave a message.

What can I expect at an appointment?

When you arrive at the office, staff will greet you and seat you at the waiting room. We will examine you as quick as possible.

What happens if I am a new patient?

You may have referred yourself, have been referred by another specialist or by Medical Insurance. We will discuss your problem and ask about your medical history. A thorough examination will then follow. We may request examinations and tests to assist and support our diagnosis.

If you have previous examinations and tests related to your current condition, please bring those along to the consultation. Also bring any copies of letters from other doctors or recent medication. It will help us to help you.

We will discuss with you the results of your examinations and we will recommend the proper treatment. Some conditions may be faced immediately by conservative or surgical treatment.

If follow-up consultation or further consultations are required, we will indicate this and the staff will let you know the date and time of your next appointment.

Do you have Imaging (x-rays, ultrasonography, CT-scan) facilities?


Do you examine children at your clinic?


What happens if I need an intramuscular or intravenous injection?

Certain cases require injections for quick and full recovery. These can include antibiotics, anti-inflammators, or steroids.

Insurance and Billing

Do you accept my insurance?

Most insurances are accepted except state Medicaid.