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Genesis Chiropractic is currently accepting new patients! In many cases, same day appointments are available. For your first appointment, you should expect to be in our office for about an hour. Dr. Conrad will perform a head-to-toe physical examination of the injured area of your spine followed by a treatment tailored to address your specific injury or complaint.

Dr. Conrad will then discuss treatment goals, and formulate a treatment plan designed to safely alleviate your musculoskeletal complaints as quickly as possible.

 

We accept most major forms of insurance. For more information, please contact our office today.

 

To save time on your first visit, please fill out our New Patient Intake forms HERE

 

Appointments:

  • It is not necessary to see your primary care provider prior to treatment.
  • No referral is required.
  • We partner with area imaging centers for fast, reliable x-rays and MRI evaluations.
  • Same day/next day appointments are generally available.
  • Initial visits typically take one hour.
  • You may be able to be treated the same day.                      

 

What you should bring to your first appointment:

 

Private paying patients

  • Photo Identification
  • Payment

 

Medicare/Insurance Patients

  • Photo Identification
  • Insurance Information
  • Payment/Co-Pay

 

 Auto Accident Patients

  • Photo Identification
  • Claim Number (If Available)
  • Attorney Information (If Applicable)
  • If you have taken any X-Rays, MRI’s or CT’s and you have access to the disks or films please bring them with you at the time of your appointment. 
  • Insurance Carrier information for the vehicle YOU WERE IN. 

 

What you should know if you were involved in a motor vehicle accident:

If you have not already you should report the accident to the insurance company immediately.

You have 30 days to complete and return the information the insurance company will send in the mail.  Once this time has passed the insurance company has the right to deny payment for any related treatment/services.

 

What “no-fault” means:
If you were involved in an accident in a “no-fault” state, like New York, the insurance coverage on the vehicle you were in is responsible for payment of any related treatment/services.  The purpose of this is to make your health the priority and not delay care while the issue of who is at fault is established.