Are you in need of immediate service in the College Park area?
We can help. Accident Injury Centers of Atlanta (AICA) is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help whenever an emergency arises.
Need help in a pinch?
Read on to learn how to schedule an appointment with a chiropractor in College Park, GA.
You are welcome to schedule an appointment in person at the AICA branch in College Park, which is located on Virginia Avenue, between Jackson Street and Adams Street, seven blocks from Exit 73 off I-85. If you were to approach from Main St., then AICA is going to be three blocks away.
Call (404) 592-0319 to speak with a doctor or to schedule an appointment.
Of course, you are always free to walk into any branch at any time. That’s right, AICA never sleeps but stands, by the way, ready to take your call, all day, every day, day and night, and through the evening.
Most importantly, AICA can and will dispatch its transportation to where you are should you be unable to drive or ride.
If taking public transportation, then the MARTA will attend to your needs as one of its bus lines runs through Virginia Ave. from the MARTA College Park subway station, which is six blocks south of Virginia Ave.
Do bear in mind that the bus line from the station is somewhat indirect, running through Atlanta St. before connecting with Virginia Ave.
What to Prepare:
Because it employs doctors other than just Chiropractors, AICA is unique, so prepare a list of all your ailments and discomforts, no matter how frivolous, that might be connected to your spinal cord.
The chiropractor with whom you are initially scheduled might then suggest your meeting with a specialist such as a neurologist, ortho pediatrician, physical therapist, etc.
What to Expect:
The normal alignment lasts for a half hour, and the average X-ray scan lasts under half hour, and a consultation lasts typically for about the same time, so prepare yourself to spend as many as 90 minutes at the clinic.
Keep in mind that you might need to extend your visit with either a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computerized tomography (CT) scan, so choose a day when you have nothing else scheduled.
What to Bring:
At AICA CollegePark, for your first X-ray scan and consultation you will need to bring your health insurance card and government-issued identification to your first appointment.
If you were involved in a collision, then present your police report number, photographs of the impact to show the doctor, and a mental recollection of what happened during the accident.
Wear clothes that are comfortable, loose-fitting. See you soon! We’re here to help.