Initial Visit

What happens on the first visit? An in depth review of health history followed by a comprehensive physical examination.

We value your time.  FFNG has provided our documents on line to expedite our patients’ road to recovery, and the comfort in which they fill out our comprehensive documents.  Please return all documents at least one week prior to your scheduled appointment.  This included significant past reports/diagnoses, X-rays, MRIs, NCV/EMG, blood labs, and other testing. 

Will I get treated on my first visit? Dr. Frank will perform manipulations and/ or other neurological treatments on the initial visit, if appropriate.  An initial diagnosis might be rendered at this time. Your next visit is the Report of Findings.

What happens on the second visit? During the second visit, or the Report of Findings, the doctor will discuss all issues relevant to your case along with an explanation of your current condition.  Treatment options can be discussed from that point and a plan will be given along with any additional recommendations.

Is Nutrition part of the treatment plan? A majority of individuals are in urgent need of nutritional changes.  Food is Fuel.  The role of nutrition along the road to recovery will be discussed during the Report of Findings.

You or your loved one will be thoroughly examined. You will be most comfortable in your own gym attire. Please wear loose-fitting athletic clothing such as gym shorts and a t-shirt (t-shirt and sports bra for girls) for the initial exam, or we have hospital gowns. Please bring socks and a sweat suit in case you tend to get cold. Please also bring a light snack in case the duration of the examination is extensive (such as for an Autoimmune Case).

 Please call or email for more to schedule your appointment today.

New Patient Forms

The following documents can be filled out on your computer. Use the TAB key to move from field to field, or use the mouse to select the field you want to fill in. Please save the document to your computer before emailing or returning them to FFNG.

Adult

  • Basic (neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, non-chronic headaches, mild sports injury.)
  • Complex Case (Condition evaluated by other practitioners without relief, Autoimmune issues, Thyroid, Gastrointestinal/Digestive/Food Sensitivities, Balance/Vertigo, Neuropathy, Traumatic Brain injury/Stroke Recovery, PSTD, Dysatuonomia, etc.).

Pediatric

  • Basic (neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, non-chronic headaches, mild sports injury, sport’s physical.)
  • Complex Case (Condition evaluated by other practitioners without relief, Behavioral Issues, Autism Spectrum, Autoimmune Issues, Allergies, Food Sensitivities, Gastrointestinal/Digestive, Skin Eruptions, Balance/Coordination, Reading, Concentration, Focus, Traumatic Brain injury, PSTD, etc.).

Concussion

Balance

Health Assessment Forms (included with complex case forms)