February is Patient Appreciation Month!

Posted On: January 27, 2012

February is Patient Appreciation Month!

February is patient appreciation month at North Shore Spinal & Sports Rehabilitation. This is the month that we show our appreciation for all of our old patients past and present by giving them a free examination or a free maintenance visit if they are an existing maintenance patient.

Unfortunately, this promotion excludes Medicare patients as federal rules stipulate that one can�t give a Medicare patient more than a $10.00 promotional item. So for our Medicare patients we will give a promotional gift in line with their regulations.

If a patient is referred by a friend or a family member they will receive their initial examination at 50% off of our normal fee. New Medicare patients do not qualify for this discount but will be given the patient appreciation promotional gift as a token of our appreciation.

This is the first time that we have done a patient appreciation month in a long time. I am very happy to let everyone know it is back! If you are reading this blog and don�t have a friend to refer you, you may say that you are friend of mine to receive your 50% discount on your initial exam. I am Dr. Johnson and I opened the clinics many years ago and you are free to use my name.

We are looking forward to a great February and showing our appreciation to all those who helped make our practice great!

To schedule an appointment, please call our�Lake Forest, Lake Bluff office at�847.295.0920, or our�Highland Park office at�847.432.4077. You may also use our online�Request an Appointment form.





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