We have some frequently asked questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Please call 972-291-9165 and choose option 1 for refill line.
Or to leave message for:
Dr. Spicer ext 202
Dr. Vu ext 210
Dr. Dagley ext 203
Dr. Potter ext 208
716 N. Hwy 67 #2, Cedar Hill, TX, 75104
Our fax number is 469-575-9975.
It is only ok to call when there is an URGENT medical question. Do not call the doctors for medication refills or appointments.
This depends on whether or not you have anesthesia. Discuss options with your physician.
Risks are very rare but can occur. With any medical procedure, there is always a risk of bleeding and infection. There can also be a risk of nerve injury or even paralysis with some injections. If you have diabetes, your blood sugar may increase following an injection. This is usually temporary. You may have more pain temporarily following a procedure before the pain improves.
General anesthesia causes a person to ‘fall asleep’ while the medical procedure takes place while local anesthesia (staying awake) is applied to a specific region in the body where the procedure will be performed.
We prefer a referral. Your insurance company will determine if a referral is required. All information must be available before you can be scheduled.
We take most major insurance carriers, including some work comp plans (Dept. of Labor). We do not take any form of Medicaid. If you would like to see if your insurance is accepted, please consult our website or call the office at 972-291-9165 and choose option 4.
For Dr. Spicer ext 202
For Dr. Vu ext 210
For Dr. Dagley ext 203
For Dr. Potter ext 208
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to your appointment.
Please bring current drivers license, insurance card, and recent imaging (MRI, X-ray). In addition, please bring the paperwork which was emailed to you fully completed. You can also get this paperwork by clicking here.
Improvement with steroid injections often take 3-5 days and sometimes a week before they are felt. It is typical to have some soreness following an injection. This can be improved by icing the injection site for 15-20 minutes following the shot. Steroid injections may increase blood sugar in patients with diabetes temporarily.
Click the following: http://pbomd.com/
This is how you login:
- Click “Customer Login” at top of the webpage
- Type in your last name in the username field
- Use the 4 digit password provided by the staff
- Use office code “bd”
- Click “pbo pp” Patient Portal to log in
- Contact office to upload specific records or dates of service