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21150 W Capitol Dr.
Brookfield, WI 53072

Phone: 262-366-0665
Fax: 262-649-3226

About Your Visits

Your First Visit

After scheduling your initial visit appointment we ask that you complete the forms in the new patient forms packet. Completing these forms before your visit will allow us to spend all of our scheduled time discussing your condition.

Please download, print, and complete the forms using the link below.

You will meet with one of our physicians who will review your history and perform a physical exam. The focus will be on all aspects of your pain; when it began, how it impacts your life, all treatments which have been performed.

All diagnostic studies will be reviewed such as CT scans, MRIs and NCVs. If necessary, additional studies may be ordered.

To aid in your treatment you will be asked to gather all medical records relating to your condition. We ask that these be faxed to our office prior to your visit or brought to your first visit. We have found it more efficient to have them faxed prior to your scheduled appointment since it allows the physician time to review them prior to your visit.

A treatment plan will then be developed which will be discussed with you by the evaluating physician.

Follow Up Visits

Once a diagnosis has been established you may begin the treatment process. The goal will be to improve your function, both physically and emotionally.

Recommended treatments may include interventional pain techniques such as injections, physical therapy, behavior modification and medications.

Should you be prescribed narcotic pain medications you will require monthly follow-up visits and may be subjected to urine drug screens. Refills of narcotics will require an office visit.


Pain management for patients and communication with insurance companies & attorneys.

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Your Visit

Learn what to expect at your first
visit and how to prepare for your appointment.

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Read what our patients are saying about how our physicians helped relieve their pain.

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