Curiosity killed the cat, they say, but truly being curious and wanting to know information about your health and the world around us isn’t a bad thing whatsoever. That is why if you are a good surgical office you will be sure to offer as many answers to questions that you possibly can so people who need to know what is going on in their world health wise and want to know what will happen to them health wise as well. That is why so many people really flock to Boulder Neurosurgical and Spine Associates because they have so many options and answers for you when it comes to the myriad of questions that will come up regarding your back pain treatment. So here are a list of just a few questions that you can find on BNA’s website. It will be able to help you get the answers you need to proceed with your decision about back surgery.
- Will you be able to keep taking your vitamins and other medicines after your surgery? How soon will you be able to start taking your medicines and vitamins again? The answer on the website reads, “You should also stop Herbal Supplements 5 days prior to surgery. Make sure your primary doctor or cardiologist is aware of the plan to stop Aspirin/Plavix/Coumadin or warfarin. You cannot eat or drink anything after midnight, this includes, food, water, gum, candy, lozenges and coffee. All of this information is included in the surgical packet that you were given.”
- Boulder Neurosurgical and Spine Associates is a company is that committed to helping you get out of the hospital as soon as possible if you are ready. That is why people are curious about how long they will be in the hospital. The answer to this question can be found on their website and reads, “Each person, procedure and combination of both is unique to each individual. Your surgeon will determine this immediately after surgery and while they are monitoring your condition while you are in inpatient.”
- People are often curious why they don’t hear about their prescription as soon as they’d like. What does BNA have to say about that? “It can often take 24 to 72 hours turnaround time from the first time the office is contacted until the prescription is called into the pharmacy because several of our physicians spend their day divided between clinic and the operating rooms. Please always plan ahead when a refill on a medication is required so that there is ample time for the physician team to respond in an adequate and timely fashion,” reads their website.
- If you have a prescription that needs to be refilled, you can just hop on their website and they will have a direct link for you so you don’t have to jump through a bunch of hoops. You can guarantee this answers a question that often comes up.
So give BNA a call and ask them about their spine treatment options. They will be able to help you get all of your questions answered.