Patient Resources

Welcome to our resources page. Below, you’ll find links to forms and paperwork, a link to our list of frequently asked questions, and a link to our IndyPain blog, which contains additional helpful information. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please call us at (317) 706-7246.


New Patient Forms

Completing the new patient paperwork prior to your first visit with us is extremely important. We understand that these forms will take time to complete, but they will provide us with the information we need to gain an understanding of your condition and individualize a plan of care for you. We offer several options for completing this paperwork:

  • Call our office, and we can mail a paperwork packet to you.
  • Click on this link to print your paperwork.
  • Click on this link to submit your paperwork electronically.

Please remember to bring your photo ID and insurance card to your appointment. We look forward to meeting you.


Please fill out this telemedicine waiver and return to our office. Telemedicine app instructions.


Current Patient Forms

If you were previously a patient at The Center for Pain Management but have not been seen in the last 6 months – 3 years, please fill out this paperwork. Please also fill out the Opioid Agreement.


Patient Referral Forms

If you are a healthcare professional or clinician (such as a representative from a physician practice, insurance provider, employer, or a health plan case manager) referring a new patient for treatment, please fill out the relevant Patient Referral Forms and fax them to (317) 706-3417. (Center for Pain Management does not require new patients to have a referral; however, some insurance plans may). 

Frequently Asked Questions

New patients often have questions about insurance, our practice, or the services we offer. You may find the information you’re looking for in this list of frequently asked questions

IndyPain Blog

Find out what’s new and interesting at Center for Pain Management, read about our staff members, and get helpful tips for pain management on our IndyPain Blog.