Common Frequently Asked Questions
Patients can schedule an appointment at either of our office locations by calling our main line at (215) 395-8888.
We currently have two office locations, one located at 1500 Horizon Drive in Chalfont, PA and the other at 401 W. Broad Street in Quakertown, PA.
For your first appointment, patients should prepare to bring their insurance card and some form of ID. New Patients will also need to fill out our new patient paperwork. This is available on our patient resources tab for completion ahead of time, or you may fill it out in the office prior to your appointment time.
During your first appointment you will meet with one of our Medical Assistants and providers to go over your history, current conditions and current symptoms. You will be evaluated and discuss your treament options and work with our providers to come up with a comprehensive treatment plan.
At Pennsylvania Pain and Spine, we treat all types of pain! We offer many options for muscle, joint, nerve, and other types of chronic pain in addition to injury-related pain.
We currently accept the following insurances: AmeriHealth, AmeriHEalth Administrators, Independence Administrators, Independence Blue Cross, BlueCross BlueShield, Highmark, Independence Keystone Health Plan East, Independence Personal Choice, Medicare, Medicare Railroad, UMR, Tricare, United Healthcare, Workers Comp, Aetna. See our patient resources page for more info.
We recommend that you arrive between 10-15 minutes early for your scheduled appointment time in order to ensure you are seen in a timely manner.
You can learn about our general treatment options by visiting our Specialties & Services page, viewing our blog, or by subscribing to our YouTube channel.
Yes! Our providers are able to certify qualifying patients for the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Program as a treatment option for your condition and pain.
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All medication refills require a follow-up appointment. Due to insurance regulations, pain medications cannot be refilled during a procedure appointment. During your follow-up appointment, you will tell the provider what medication you are out of and give updates on how it is working for you.
All of our providers offer various pain management and rehabilitation treatments. To learn more about each providers’ interests, visit our Meet the Providers page.