We welcome new patients with warmth and compassion and are focused in getting you back to a pain-free life. Your initial consultation will be focused on determining the cause of the pain and developing treatment techniques to alleviate the underlying issues.
Please complete the forms at home and bring them with you to your appointment. If you send your completed forms back to me via email at least one business day before your appointment, I can prepare questions and a treatment plan in advance, allowing us to achieve more depth in your first visit.
If it is not possible for you to complete the forms in advance, let me know so I can have copies waiting for you and please arrive 15-20 minutes early to complete the paperwork.
The emphasis of your first appointment is on understanding your health history, assessing your present condition(s), and setting goals for your care. We may discuss nutrition, lifestyle, stress, exercise, sleep, and lab work. Our discussion and physical diagnosis is followed by a tailored treatment that includes a variety of treatment techniques.
At the end of your first visit, we will have created a plan to work together to reach your goals including how many sessions and how frequently to schedule them as well as the opportunities you have to provide new information and check in on progress.
Each appointment is scheduled for one hour in length.
Contact our office by phone or email to schedule appointments at 415.538.7878 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Appointment cancellations require 48 hours (or 2 business days’ notice). Because a full hour is reserved for you, you will be charged the full rate for your appointment if you do not cancel your appointment in advance.
Evaluation: $300 – 350 dependent on practitioner
Follow-up visits: $200 – 220 dependent on the practitioner
Back To Life: San Francisco
870 Market Street, Suite 709
San Francisco, CA 94102
Back To Life: Oakland
403 49th Street
Oakland, CA 94609
“Amy has guided me “Back to Life” following significant neck, shoulder and back injuries over the past 8 years. Her approach is to uncover the source of the problem and carefully design an individualized program to alleviate it. As a physician, I am particularly impressed by her thoroughness and vast knowledge of functional anatomy. Other therapists I have encountered often suggested diagnoses and therapeutic approaches that did not make anatomic sense, or made the problem worse.”
~ Ellyn Bush, MD, Practicing neurologist, musician and avid cyclist