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Deposits for new patient appointments are non refundable
We reserve the right to bill patients for missed/ canceled appointments if not canceled with 24 hours notice
We are not primary care unless explicitly stated in writing, We have opted out of Medicare/ Medicaid
An individualized approach
To get to the root cause of any health issue, it’s crucial to have a care plan to address your unique chemistry and needs. Other areas of personalization include:
Supplement and nutraceutical matching
Nutrition and dietary counseling
Integrative care team, including a holistic nutritionist, acupuncturist, craniosacral therapist, and integrative health coach
Innovative testing + diagnostics
To provide the best medical care with a holistic approach, integrative medicine relies on detailed health history, as well as biofeedback from:
Standard and integrative testing
Gut function analysis
Nutritional status and deficiency
Traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic analysis
The integrative medicine approach prioritizes your well-being in and outside of the doctor’s office. We know that being a partner in your health requires building a trusting relationship with your providers.
Coordination of care (testing and diagnostics, supplements, outside referrals)
Direct provider email access – unlimited email access ensures your questions are always answered
Practitioners combine complementary therapies with traditional Western medicine
The path to feeling your best can be quite the journey, taking many twists and turns, and always looking differently for each person. With that said, it means employing the modalities of various disciplines helps a greater number of people reach their goals.
The integrative medicine approach employs the use of mind-body therapies like energy healing and stress management, as well as lifestyle modifications like healthy eating and evaluating sleep patterns. Therapies recommended include those from Eastern medicine to acupuncture, to traditional medication.
Every integrative medicine therapy is evidence-based, safe, and effective for patients.