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Patient Rights

As association members we believe that every patient has the following rights concerning their treatment.

To freely choose the provider and the practitioner that provide your medical services.

Have all communications concerning your information and treatment be handled in a professional and confidential manner.

To receive appropriate or prescribed services in a courteous and professional manner without discrimination based on your age, sex, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or physical or mental handicap.

To receive your patient services in a reasonable and timely manner.

Be presented with information that will assist you in making decisions about your care and treatment in a way in which you understand including your condition, treatment, alternative treatments, and any risk related to treatments .

To refuse treatment within the boundaries set by law and receive professional information relative to the consequences that may result.

Be informed of and allowed reasonable participation in the planning and development of your orthotic and prosthetic services.

Request and receive a detailed explanation of your services and costs.