Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs for Bay State Pain Management West Bridgewater & Norfolk, MA
About bay state pain management
We have two convenient locations one located on 22 Pleasant Street West Bridgewater, MA and our second location is on 31 Pine Street Norfolk MA Suite 206.
We are open Monday through Thursday from 8am-3pm.
* Hours of operation vary based on location
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Your phone call will be transferred to an answering service and calls will be directed from there.
Dr. Algendy sees all patients personally on each visit, he will be the only provider performing all procedures.
On the day of your initial consultation please bring your insurance cards and identification. Please have any recent imaging, updated medication list, and your last office note from your primary care.
A driver is needed for most injection, appropriate instructions will be given to you during your office visit and before any injections.
At Bay State Pain Management we have a comprehensive approach to pain management. Every patient has a specific treatment plan based on their specific condition, responses to medications, injections, and physical therapy.
Yes, we would need to get authorization from you adjustor. You would need to provide us with your adjusters name and number, the date of injury, and the case number.
No, here at Baystate Pain Management we work efficiently with insurance companies to minimize wait periods.
If your insurance changes please notify the office as soon as possible. This ensures that we have the proper authorization to continue with your medical care.
We advise that you rest at home for the remainder of the day. You may perform your usual tasks as tolerated.
You may shower after an injection, but taking a bath is not advised.
Using heat is not advised, it may cause you to burn without knowing it. Your skin may be still numb after the anesthesia.
You can resume all medications after the procedure including blood thinners, which are held before the procedure, Please check with us for special instructions for each medication.
Pain Care for Stress-free Living & Happy life
Professionals in our Clinic
Our team of compassionate professionals and supporting staff can alleviate pain, providing a thorough and caring consultation, education and ongoing care.
Our main goal is to bring relief to those who feel their condition is debilitating and lowering their quality of life. We are the Pain Experts.