To Schedule a New Appointment
Call our office at (425) 650-0637.
How to Prepare for Your First Appointment
- Bring all related medical records and original diagnostic films (X-rays, MRI, etc.)
- Bring a valid insurance card and driver's license.
- Bring a list of your current medications.
- Bring the referral from your primary care physician, if required.
- Online registration; provide us with an email address, and we will send a link to your online registration two days prior to your appointment.
- At the office; complete the forms on a tablet when you arrive at the office
At Your First Appointment
Your doctor will perform a thorough examination. We will provide a hospital gown to change into as needed. However, most patients are more comfortable in their own clothing, and we might suggest you bring in comfortable gym attire (i.e. shorts and t-shirt for men, shorts and sports bra for women).
Please contact our office to verify if your treatment is covered by your insurance plan.
Please print and complete these forms as needed, and bring with you to your appointment:
Motor Vehicle Accident - Patient Instructions
Motor Vehicle Accident - Patient Information Sheet
Motor Vehicle Accident - Patient Authorization Form
To Our Patients
You are the most important member of your rehabilitation team. Your physician, therapists, and other team members will guide your rehabilitation, but you must recognize that you have a responsibility to participate in, and take ownership of, any decisions involving your health care.
You will play an integral role in formulating your treatment plan, so ask questions about anything you do not understand.
At the EvergreenHealth Sport & Spine Care, our primary goals are to eliminate pain, maximize function, and restore your quality of life.
Because every patient is unique, we prescribe treatment based on a thorough evaluation and appropriate diagnostic testing. Furthermore, we feel that patients do best when they are properly educated regarding their diagnosis so they can have an active role in the decision-making and treatment process.
In our experience patients who participate in their own health care decisions are far more likely to maximize their recovery and restore function.