Diagnosing and managing your neurologic disorder is a partnership between you and your neurologist. Much of this partnership relies upon sharing your health information. You want your doctor to know all about your symptoms, medical history, and any prior test results. This way he or she can be more effective in diagnosing and treating your disorder.
You can get the most out of your visit if you are fully prepared. Most people visiting a neurologist want and need to have the following questions answered:
- What type of disorder do I have?
- How will this disorder affect my health?
- What is the treatment and what will it do?
- How will this disorder affect my daily life and activities?
What to Bring to the Appointment:
- Insurance card and a photo ID.
- Physician referral form if required by your insurance provider.
- A list of medications including the dose and frequency.
- Completed patient intake forms (download these forms here) so we can expedite your first visit.
- Better still, call our office, submit your email address and access our patient portal to submit this information electronically: Click here to access patient portal.
- Any recent EEG’s, EMG’s, CT scans, MRI’s or other test results related to your condition.
Having Memory Problems?
Download a memory loss screening test form, answer the questions as best you can and bring it with you on your visit for scoring – download form here.
Also, please download and complete a short depression screening test – this form may be required by your insurance company before we can order a brain imaging study – download form here.
Lastly, please download and complete a short screening form for pseudobulbar affect – download form here.
Neurology Specialists of Monmouth County is currently accepting new patients and referrals. We see patients in our office by appointment Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. To schedule an appointment, please call our office at 732 935-1850.
Insurance and Payment Information:
Our practice is a provider for Medicare and most major insurance plans, and provides insurance billing. Your insurance company may require you to provide a co-payment at the time of your appointment. You are responsible for any charges not covered by your insurance provider. Payment for services not covered by insurance is required at the time of your appointment.
If you have questions regarding billing or which insurance plans we accept, please call our office. Questions regarding insurance coverage and benefits should be directed to your employer or insurance provider.