IAM Gets A New Look!We have launched our new website! Not only is it dynamic and mobile-friendly, it provides our current and future patients with forms, links and information needed when visiting our facility.
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Patient Portal InstructionsIf you have an upcoming appointment, be sure to complete your medical history form on line. This may take you 10-15 minutes now, but will save time during your office visit, not only for yourself but for our office staff.
If you have already been to the office and completed the "bubble sheet" medical history form, you do not have to complete this again. If you have provided us with your e-mail address, you will be able to sign-up to have access to your medical history - so please take a few moments to review the information before your appointment. Let us know if your information has changed and if anything needs to be updated.
If you have not given us an e-mail address, call our office at 248-373-7600 so we can add this to your account. Once this is done, you will then be able to click the sign-up link located on the portal page to register and have access to your information.
We welcome your comments and suggestions - so feel free to give us a call.
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AOSSM SPORTS TIP
Legend has it that cheerleading started with a University of Minnesota student standing up in the stands and leading his fellow students in â€œcheeringâ€ for their team during a football game. Cheerleading has morphed drastically since that first instance. Today, itâ€™s considered an athletic activity that incorporates elements of dance and gymnastics along with stunts and pyramid formations. In 2002, there were an estimated 3.5 million people in the U.S. participating as cheerleaders, from as young as six-years-old to those who cheerlead for professional athletic teams. While cheerleading is meant to support an athletic team, its intense competitions at the high school and collegiate levels have created a whole new dynamic, including increased risk for injury.