There are so many logistics that you have to keep in mind when it comes to having surgeries like sciatica surgery. The great company of Boulder Neurosurgical and Spine Associates has many great options and a ton of great information to help anyone get the spine treatment that they need. There are many people who want to use their services and so they offer a wide array of information for you to know about your potential experiences with them as a surgical consult.
- If you are a patient who lives out of the state or actually live two hours away from the office (which is highly likely in the metro Denver area as it is widely spread out) you will probably want to chat with a surgeon before you decide to fly or drive in for the surgery. The questions begs to be asked, “What are my options?” This answer was pulled directly from the Boulder Neurosurgical and Spine Associates website: “We have a FREE MRI Review program for individuals who live a significant distance from any of our clinic locations. For the review process you will need to provide us with a summary of your symptoms and a CD with recent (less than 6 months old) MRI. You may also submit an electronic form through our Web site and you will be contacted and provided with more information on the process, https://www.bnasurg.com/mri-review.php.”
- If you are a new patient you to Boulder Neurosurgical and Spine Associates you might have a ton of questions about the process of getting your back pain surgery under way. One main question is always about when you will receive your new patient paperwork. The answer from the website reads, “When you call to make an appointment, the appointment scheduler will email or snail mail the paperwork to you. Please bring completed paperwork to your appointment, or arrive 30 minutes early to complete it. New patient paperwork is also available on our Web site at: https://www.bnasurg.com/appointments.php.”
- There are some pretty in depth surveys that you have to fill out when you go into the office to make sure the doctor knows everything about you and your health so they can give you the best care possible. What does Boulder Neurosurgical and Spine Associates have to say about that? “BNA would greatly appreciate you spending a few minutes to complete any surveys. We pride ourselves on conducting clinical research to challenge the latest technologically advanced treatment options in order to benefit current and future patients.”
- Another question that always comes up with surgery is what happens if you don’t have money for the co-pay when it comes time for your surgery. The website reads, Co-pay is due when you check in for your appointment. We are required by law and your insurance company to collect your co-pay at the time of your visit. If you do not have your co-pay you will need to be rescheduled.”
BNA is a great choice for any of your neurosurgery needs. Give them a call or check out their website if you have other questions.