Your First Visit

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Welcome to Our Office!

Upon arriving at our office, you will be asked to fill out intake paperwork and we will ask you for your insurance card. Alternatively, you can visit our FOR​​MS page to fill out our intake forms online and submit them directly into our practice management software. 

While you are filling out paperwork, we will attempt to verify your insurance to see what benefits you are allowed under your plan. 


We accept most major health insurance, including, but not limited to the following:

  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Aetna
  • Medical Mutual
  • Humana
  • United Healthcare
  • UMR

No insurance? No problem! We have affordable cash rates that will allow you to get the care you need without breaking the bank.


New Patient Examination

After you finish your paperwork, Dr. Beistline will meet with you to discuss your reasons for consulting our office and conduct a comprehensive examination to explore the possible causes of your reported complaints. The exam will take approximately 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the extent of your problems, and will include:

  • Vital signs: height, weight, and blood pressure
  • Spinal examination: checking spine for problems
  • Physical examination: range of motion, palpation, and function
  • Neurologic examination: reflexes, sensation, and motor skills
  • Orthopedic examination: testing to see what is causing pain


Report of Findings

At the close of the examination, the doctor will tell you what he thinks is the cause your symptoms, based on the examination findings.  If your condition needs to be explored further, he will send you out for testing (such as an xray) in order to make a more informed diagnosis. However, unless you have been in an accident, have a history of osteoporosis or spinal fractures, or have had a recent fall, most people do not need an xray.