Frequently Asked Questions

We generally collect information such as the Patient’s Name, Age, Date of Birth, Telephone Number/Numbers, Address, email address, health condition, employment, family, medicines being used by the patient, diagnostic data, health insurance, etc
The data collected from you is important to evaluate and treat the patient, to direct him to the required doctor, to refer for further diagnostic investigations, and if required, to refer the patients to other specialized Professionals or Doctors.
The Patient Information Forms and other important forms you fill up at your first visit to Dayton Pain Center cover up over 90% of the data required. However, sometimes, we might also need to collect data from your referring doctor/physician, insurance carrier, and the diagnostic facilities where you have taken the initial medical tests.
The information collected from the patient is stored in computers and also paper charts pinned in individual separate files for each patient at Dayton Pain Center.
As a general practice, we do not share the information with any outsiders. The information is shared only to study the history and treat the patient with the respective doctors and consultants. The information is shared with them through emails, Fax, Telephone, etc.
At Dayton Pain Center, we strictly follow the policy of not providing, sharing, selling, or marketing the information to any other 3rd parties for any given business purposes or marketing purposes.
Sometimes, we might need to share the information to insurance companies who ask for copies of consultation and procedure reports for them to make the payments or give authorization for proceeding for further treatments or diagnostics of the patient as per the doctor’s recommendation.
We store all the data collected from the patient in a secure database protected by a password. We frequently take the back up of the data.
You need to give a written request and also the reasons for requesting a copy of your medical records. Upon receiving the request, and verification of the same, based on the necessity, we will give you a copy of your medical records.
We will be constantly updating the terms or conditions of the Privacy Policy, and the changes will be immediately posted on the web site. We have the discretion to add, modify, or delete the content of the Privacy Policy at any time, and the changes will become effective immediately
You are welcome to come down at any time during our office hours and visit us at our clinic:

Dayton Pain Center, LLC.
1 Elizabeth Pl Suite # D, Dayton, OH 45417
Phone: (937) 222 2233 Fax: (937) 222 9665

Our office hours are from 8:00 AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday.