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Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re new to our office and the services we provide, you likely have questions about the way in which we approach health care. Here are some of the most common questions we get asked at Dearborn Health and our responses.

How many sessions are typically needed to see improvement in a condition?

The number of sessions needed varies based on the patient’s condition and the nature of their injury. During the initial assessment, we provide an expected duration of the recovery timeline and what to expect regarding treatment duration. Generally, we aim to see signs of improvement within the first few visits.

What measures are taken to ensure patient comfort and safety during treatment?

Patient safety and comfort are our top priorities. We conduct a comprehensive exam during the initial assessment to ensure the treatment plan is safe and appropriate. We also communicate openly with our patients to address their comfort and offer many different treatment options as needed.

How do you handle emergency or urgent care situations?

Our office hours are extensive, and our practice is open six days a week. We aim to accommodate emergency cases within 24 hours, ensuring patients receive timely care.

What advanced technologies or equipment are used to enhance treatment outcomes?

We use various advanced technologies to support effective treatment and assessment, including ultrasound, shockwave therapy, laser therapy, interferential current, and diagnostic tools like X-rays and other referrals in some cases.

Do you accept insurance, and what options are available for patients without insurance?

We direct bill to most insurance companies for patients with extended healthcare plans. For patients without insurance, we provide fee for service options for treatments to ensure they receive the necessary care.

Are there recommended practices or programs to prevent future issues post-treatment?

Following care, we encourage patients to practice healthy lifestyle habits and provide them with a home care program, including exercises for flexibility and strength, to prevent recurrence and promote long-term well-being.

How long are the initial assessment and follow-up appointments?

The initial assessment typically lasts between 40 to 60 minutes, depending on the practitioner. Follow-up appointments can vary from 20 to 60 minutes, based on the treatment type and the patient’s progress.

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