Please bring your government issued photo ID and insurance cards along with a list of your current medications, MRI or CT Scan reports, and medical records you have from your referring physician or previous pain management physician.
While most insurances do not require referrals, each plan is different. Please check with your plan prior to your first appointment to see if your insurance requires referrals.
We accept patients with or without physician referrals. However, if your insurance plan requires a referral, you will need to obtain a referral prior to your first visit.
Yes, Dr. Levin is an M.D. and incorporates medications into a patient’s treatment plan when necessary.
No, narcotics are not prescribed at the initial consultation. Other medications may be prescribed, such as an anti-inflammatory, a muscle relaxer, or steroids to help alleviate symptoms.
Yes, Dr. Levin is able to prescribe medical cannabis.
We participate will all of the following insurance plans:
Dr. Levin is fellowship trained in interventional pain management and develops a treatment plan that include procedures that involve injections to the spine or any other area requiring treatment. IF surgery becomes necessary, Dr. Levin will refer the patient to a surgeon specializing in the area of need.
All procedures are performed on site in our state-of-the-art fluoroscopy suite. Our providers utilize the latest technology available whether it be ultrasound or x-ray (fluoroscopy) guided injections.
At Maryland Pain Centers, we have on staff a medical assistant fluent in Spanish who assists Dr. Levin with our Spanish speaking population. For any other language assistance, please arrange to have a translator present.
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