Information for New Patients

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Your Primary Care Physician

Your Primary Care Physician (PCP) is an important part of of your care team. Since our practice is highly specialized, we are not able to accommodate routine and preventive healthcare needs that are not related to your condition. You need to maintain a relationship with a PCP who is familiar with all of your health issues and who can provide you with ongoing care in the long term.
If you do not have a PCP, you will need to establish a relationship with one prior to receiving our services.

What To Bring To Your First Visit:

Your recent joint X-rays and a recent MRI – including DVD’s (MRI usually done within the last 6 months)

You can use your local MRI. However we recommend and use Metrowest MRI for our patients. Metrowest MRI is very close to our office and convenient. As a courtesy to our patients, we have special out of pocket rates at Metrowest MRI and the staff are always accommodating. Click here for more MRI information.

Completed Clinical Intake Form. Download it here

List of prescription medications and doses

List of medication allergies

Other imaging reports (including DVD’s etc.)

Recent test results related to your condition

List of questions you may have

Paper and pencil to take notes

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Is Orthobiologic Therapy
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Although Orthobiologic Cell Therapy is considered by some people to be experimental, various research studies show that some marrow aspirate concentrate and platelet rich plasma injections may provide excellent relief from joint and musculoskeletal pain and ongoing inflammation.