Thank you for choosing us for the care of your patients. We will make sure the lines of communication are open and clear regarding the treatment and progress of your patient.
We greatly appreciate your referrals to our office and understand that your time is of the utmost importance. In order to simplify the referral process, we have two convenient ways to refer patients to our office.
Patient referrals may be made via phone.
Neurosurgery: (810) 732-8336
Pain Management: (810) 275-9152
Imaging: (810) 275-9688
Orthopedic Surgery: (810) 484-3006
Physical Therapy & Neuro-Rehab Center: (810) 275-9610
Neurocognitive Health: (810) 275-9153
Wellness Center: (810) 223-0199
Please download and complete a fax referral form below, and send it to our referral line. Our schedulers will contact your patient directly to schedule an appointment.
Fax Number: (810) 963-1674
Neurosurgery Referral Form
Fax Number: (810) 213-0228
Pain Management Referral Form
Fax Number: (810) 963-1900
Imaging Referral Form
Fax Number: (810) 213-0412
Fax Number: (810) 963-0908
Physical Therapy & Neuro-Rehab Center Referral Form
Fax Number: (810) 213-0279
NeuroCognitive Health Referral Form
Topic: “Evaluating Serum from Covid-19 Patients for Psychotomimetic Autoantibodies”
Speaker: Kevin Jones, Ph.D, Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Michigan Medical School
Date: Thursday, November 19th, 2020 | 8:30am EST
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Phone: (810) 732-8336
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A collection of educational opportunities that are tailored for undergraduate or medical interns.
In vitro study of axial pullout of pedicle screws.
Authors: Wu Z, Wang J, Nassar Sa, Dai K, Li M, Li Y.. Sha Ja, Yang X.
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Photocatalytic Reactor to Control Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in a Hospital Environment.
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At Insight Research Institute, we are evaluating the safety and effectiveness of a device that produces oxygen-free radicals on sample slides containing MRSA in hospital patient rooms. Our preliminary results are promising and showing a reduction in some types of infections.