Patient Information

Information for New Patients

We are currently accepting new patients. We ask that you have the New Patient form filled out upon arrival for your first appointment. This helps us make your visit as beneficial as possible.

When coming in for an initial evaluation, you will need to bring:


  • A photo ID
  • Your insurance card
  • Questions for the doctor
  • A new patient packet filled out
  • Prior to your visit, we ask that you have your primary care physician or previous pain physician fax us the last 5 office visits as well as any imaging studies performed for your symptoms
During your initial visit to Omega Interventional Pain, you will be evaluated by a Medical Doctor (M.D.) who has received specialized training in the treatment of acute and chronic pain. A thorough treatment plan will be created, and some of the initial steps of your rehabilitation will be set into motion.

Please note: we do not prescribe opioid medications on your initial visit.

For current patients

For your convenience, we have placed the patient follow-up form here to provide less wait time and help maintain the flow of the clinic. Please feel free to print and fill out the form prior to your next visit. You may also request a blank form at the office after your visit for a subsequent visit. We thank you for your continued trust in our clinic and providers.

Many patients have asked "Why do I have to fill out so much information each visit?" Here at Omega, our goal is to assist in rehabilitation and improvement of function while maximizing pain relief. In order for us to measure the effectiveness of treatment, we need to measure the changes in your overall ability to function. We appreciate your understanding in this matter.

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