New Patient Recommendations Prior To Your First Visit at Inline Rehab
The following is a list of recommendations and are not requirements for attending Inline Rehabilitation Centre, rather tips to help make your first visit more resourceful.
Opening a medical file
Upon entering our office, an Office Administrator, will greet and proceed with opening your medical file with general information about yourself, your current condition as well as any pre-existing conditions you may have.
The following is a list of identification and documents accepted by Inline in order to complete your file:
-Extended Health care benefits card (if applicable)
-Copy of insurance policy (Pink slip)
-Police and/or collision report/Incident number
-Any reports received from hospital post the accident (preferred, but not required)
-Referral from physician (preferred, but not required)
Consultation and Examination
Next you will have a consultation with one of our regulated health care practitioners to discuss your accident related injuries, pre-existing conditions and any concerns. The health care practitioner will them complete a full examination to determine potential treatment options available to you at our facility. A treatment plan will then be prescribed to you by the health care practitioner.
Report of Findings
Following your initial visit, your treatment plan will be submitted to your insurance.
This form includes general patient information, findings from your initial visit and therapy proposed by the health care practitioner.
Patients will generally be provided with their first treatment session on the same visit and follow up appointments will be scheduled.
Prior to leaving, patients will be instructed on a wellness program to be conducted at home. If you are in pain when you first come into our office, this may include ice or heat application instructions, avoidance of certain activities or positions, as well as home exercises and/or stretches.
Contact us for a free consultation
We at Inline Rehabilitation Centre are ready to help you through this difficult time. We understand that you may be hurt, angry and confused.