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Directions to lansdale pain management

DIRECTIONS TO LANSDALE PAIN MANAGEMENT
FROM LANSDALE:
Take Broad Street to Route 309. Make a left and head NORTH on 309. First traffic light is WALNUT STREET.
Go through that light. Get into the left lane. You will see the “In Flight Restaurant” on your right. Second light is
ADVANCE LANE. Get into left turn lane and turn LEFT. It will look like you are going into the Car Wash
America (formerly the Hatfield Car Wash). Stay on the little lane and go AROUND the car wash. Our building
sits just behind the car wash. We are at the back of the building, first floor, and suite 103.
FROM POINTS SOUTH:
Get onto Route 309 and head NORTH. Go past the Montgomeryville Mall on the left. Cross Broad Street. The
first traffic light after Broad Street is WALNUT STREET. Go through that light. Get into the left lane. You will
see the “In Flight Restaurant” on your right. Second light is ADVANCE LANE. Get into left turn lane and turn
LEFT. It will look like you are going into the Car Wash America (formerly the Hatfield Car Wash). Stay on the
little lane and go AROUND the car wash. Our building sits just behind the car wash. We are at the back of the
building, first floor, and suite 103.
FROM POINTS NORTH (QUAKERTOWN, SELLERSVILLE)
Get onto Route 309 and head SOUTH. Pass Walmart shopping center on the left. Go though two traffic lights.
When you see the U-Haul self-storage facility you are approaching the light at ADVANCE LANE (This is the
third light after the Walmart shopping center). Turn right at that light. It will look like you are going into the Car
Wash America (formerly the Hatfield Car Wash). Stay on the little lane and go AROUND the car wash. Our
building sits just behind the car wash. We are at the back of the building, first floor, and suite 103.
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BLOOD THINNER/MEDICATION LIST – RULES
Patients:
The following is a list of medications that must be discontinued prior to your appointment because of risk of
bleeding. The list is not exhaustive, so if you are taking a medication not on the list that you suspect
might contain aspirin or is a blood thinner, please call our office to verify.

Must be off for 7 days prior to appointment and can restart after procedure:
Plavix, Pletal, Ticlid, Aggrenox, Trental.
Must be off for 5 days prior to appointment and can restart after procedure:
Warfarin, Coumadin
Must be off for 1-2 days prior to appointment and can restart after procedure:
Advil, Aleve, Anaprox, Aspirin 325 mg, Bufferin, Cataflam, Daypro, Ecotrin 325 mg, Excederine, Ibuprophen,
Diclofenac, Indocin, Mobic, Motrin, Naprosyn, Naproxin, Orudis, Oxaprozin, Relafen, Toradol, Voltaren
Must be off for 24 hours prior to appointment and may be restarted 2 days after procedure:
Subcutaneous Injections like:
Heparin or Lovenox
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With increasing frequency patients have been missing their scheduled appointments. Time is allotted for each patient and a missed appointment is time taken away from another patient who truly is in need of medical attention. In an attempt to remedy this situation, the following policy is being instituted: To cancel an appointment, you need to give us 24 hours notice. If you do not show up for your scheduled appointment, or do not let us know at least 24 hours in advance, there will be a $25 charge. We will not reschedule your appointment until this charge is paid. ***COPAYS ARE DUE AT THE TIME OF SERVICE.

Source: http://web.iwebcenters.com/lansdalepainmanagement/filecabinet/InfoSheet.pdf

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