How Long Is The Initial Screening Assessment Valid For?
Mr Glenn Carp – “The initial screening is essentially valid over a period of three months. If patients elect to have an assessment and due to circumstances that are unbeknown to them the surgery dates are delayed then simply what happens is a repeat of the initial assessment can be performed, closer to the time of the actual treatment and the whole idea behind that is just to gain the precious data making sure that nothing has changed in the interim. In most cases, it does not but nonetheless why leave something to chance?”
Initial Screening Validity Explained Further…
The results of the tests undertaken at the initial screening are valid for no longer than 3 months. This is to ensure that there has been no significant movement in your prescription and that any treatment plan is completely up to date.
Mr Glenn Carp explains the validity period of the initial screening assessment.
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