The providers at Desert Spine and Sports Physicians sincerely appreciate your referrals. Following is some information to help make referrals as easy as possible for your practice.
We are committed to securely communicating and helping our referring physicians remain Meaningful Use compliant. We accept direct messages through our HISP provider DigiCert. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a listing of our individual direct addresses. We also participate with Care Link, Medicalreferrals.com and Join the Network.
Please note that Desert Spine and Sports hosts a monthly journal club the third Monday of the month at 7 a.m. We review the latest research articles in spine and musculoskeletal care. If you are interested in attending please e-mail us at email@example.com.
"I had spent over 35 years seeking treatment for injuries to my spine that were a result of my combat service in Vietnam as a gunship pilot… I was living with the pain and physical restrictions inherent with my condition until December of 2011 when my primary care referred me to Desert Spine & Sports Physicians. The procedures that you have performed on my spine have provided me with the first relief from 35 years of continuous pain and discomfort. I am living proof that there are medical miracles and I thank Dr. Sorosky for the superlative medical care."
"I just wanted to take a moment to thank you. The injections have vastly improved my quality of life. I have been able to do things I want to do, like heavy work preparing my vegetable garden to plant this spring, without pain and without without being debilitated by sciatica so I can't work and do other things I want to do. I wish I had tried them sooner!"
We are here for you at DSSP. We continue to offer Telehealth visits in addition to in-office appointments for evaluation and management of your pain complaints. In accordance with the new CDC guidelines regarding indoor mask use being optional based on the COVID-19 community level in Maricopa, it is now optional to wear a mask at DSSP. If you are sick, at-risk, or live with an at-risk individual, we encourage you to wear a mask. Additionally, if any patient prefers their provider to wear a mask, we will gladly continue wearing our masks during your in-person appointment.