At Rock Orthopedic and Hand Center it is our goal to provide comprehensive and timely consultations, so that you may begin to understand the nature of your condition and address your symptoms with an appropriate treatment plan.
Upon arrival, please register at the front desk. Personal and insurance information will be verified. Here you will also be asked to fill out forms so that we may have a full and complete understanding of both your current overall health status and the specifics of your presenting problem. If you had filled out the forms prior to your arrival, this will be verified.
After your examination and consultation, you will receive an explanation of what is thought to be your current problem, and treatment options on how to proceed to address your diagnosis. This may include further diagnostic studies, physical therapy, diagnostic and/or therapeutic injections, consultations with other specialists, or a discussion of surgical treatment options.
Please Bring To Your Appointment:
All radiology studies pertaining to your current medical problem.
Prior medical records when possible, such as MRI reports, operative reports, EMG and nerve conduction results.
A complete list of all medications you are currently taking
Your insurance card, picture ID, and co-payment.
The names, phone numbers, and addresses of all physicians involved in your care. Please be sure to include your Primary Care Physician's contact information.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation. Please notify us of any cancellations at least 24 hours prior
to your appointment. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact our office at 281-653-6996.
Patient Resources //
New Patient Forms //
To expidite your visit with us please download our new patient forms at the link provided. Please fill these out completely and bring them with you when you come for your appointment.
Release of Medical Records
If you have seen another physician or have had any prior testing to include x-rays for the condition that you will be seen for. Please take a moment to download and fill out our Medical Relase form. So we may help gather you medical information to help expidite your treatment.
Antibiotics For Life //
Now that you have a joint replacement, it is very important for you to take a dose of antibiotics before any procedure or event that may introduce bacteria into your bloodstream. Taking the appropriate antibiotics will help prevent the occurrence of an infection in your joint.