How can I schedule an appointment?

Please call the main number and you will be able to schedule an appointment. Typically we will be able to accommodate you within 1-2 business days. Unfortunately, we do not accept walk in appointments.

How can I pay for my visit?

We take most insurances including all private insurances (in and out of network), medicare, workers compensation, no fault accidents, and some medicaid plans. You will only be responsible for your copay at the time of your visit.

We do not accept cash payments for patients looking to obtain pain medication prescriptions. We will accept private patients needing to pay for certain procedures

What information should I bring to my initial visit?

Please see patient information page here.

Is there parking near the office?

There is a convenient public parking lot 1 block away with the entrance at 105 32nd street between Park and Lexington.  The rates are standard Icon NYC parking rates, however if you visit this website link you can print a discount voucher for $25 for 6hrs of parking or if you park after 4pm you pay $13.   For more details you can also visit the parking lot website itself here.

How should I before and after my procedure?

If you are having a procedure please read these forms about how to prepare and what to expect after a procedure.

How can I get a refill of my medication?

Please discuss your medication needs, including refill requests, with our physicians at the time of your appointment. You will typically need to make an appointment and be seen at the office each month for a refill.

Please do not request early refills of your medications as they will not be covered by insurance anyway. Patients are responsible for lost or stolen medications and prescriptions once they leave the office. Do not call the office for a medication refill as we are unable to refill controlled substances over the phone.

What if I have an emergency and the office is closed?

You will need to proceed to the nearest hospital emergency room for after-hours emergencies.