Your First Visit
When you arrive at the Cherubino Health Center, you will be greeted by one of our reception staff members, who will assist you in completing any necessary paperwork.
A link to these patient forms is located below and on the Patient Center page of this website.
These forms may be completed, online, at home or when you arrive at the center. This paperwork concerning new patient forms, helps provide your doctor with an overview of your health history as well as setting the groundwork for a successful consultation. (link to patient forms)
Next, you will meet with your doctor to review your patient forms and together review your history and discuss in detail your conditions, concerns and potential treatment options.
This initial visit provides an excellent opportunity for you and your doctor to learn more about your specific needs, desires and goals.
Examination, Evaluation and Testing at Cherubino Health Center
Depending on the results of your initial consultation, your doctor may recommend further examinations, evaluations and/or testing.
Some of these procedures can be performed immediately following your consultation while others may need to be scheduled for another visit. Either way, you and your doctor can discuss these recommendations and plan your next step accordingly.
Procedures recommended or performed on your first visit may include:
- Spinal examination
- Orthopedic evaluation
- Neurological evaluation
- EMI (Electromagnetic Imaging)
- X-ray or MRI studies
- saliva testing
- PRA (Pulse Reflex Analysis)
- Clinical Nutritional Evaluation, etc.
- (More detail on these procedures)
Report of Findings
Once sufficient information has been obtained through the necessary examinations and evaluations, your doctor will present you with a detailed report of findings and answer any questions that you may have, including:
- Will you be able to help me here at the center?
- What type of treatment is being recommended?
- How often will I need to be treated?
- What is the cost of treatment?
- (Frequently Asked Questions and Answers)
You and your doctor can now discuss these recommendations, treatment goals and specific care plan to meet your individual needs.