What To Expect At Your Appointment

New patients: Your first visit can take up to 90 minutes. In order to treat the whole person, and come up with an individualized treatment plan, the doctor will need to go over all aspects of your health, from gut health to emotions, skin, cardiovascular health, etc, even if they seem unrelated to your medical concern. Labs and/or imaging may also be required prior to formulation of a comprehensive treatment plan, therefore you may not receive a treatment plan during your first office visit unless it is an urgent or acute illness. 

Additional Services: 

  • House calls available to those in need, upon request.

  • Phone consultation follow-ups available upon request. 

  • Do you have more questions? Schedule a free 15-minute consultation. 

  • If you are able, please consider donating to the care of those who cannot afford it. 100% of donations go to providing medical care for a needy patient at no cost. 

Forms: If possible, please print and fill out these forms prior to your first appointment.

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The Four Ingredients to Success

Commitment

It is important to have a goal and stay committed to it. New goals can be formed when old ones are reached, or specific goals can change over time, but it is vital for you, the patient, to remain committed to your personal goals of health, healing, improvement, etc. Be committed to being a healthier and happier you.

Discipline

Do your best. Some days, your best is a lot. Other days, your best isn’t much, and that is okay! As long as you always do your best, and have discipline in making the changes that are necessary for health and healing, you’ll be moving in the right direction. 

Honesty

There is no judgement here. Be honest, be vulnerable, with yourself and with your doctor. This is fundamental for a healthy and productive relationship with your physician. The more honest you are, the quicker we will uncover the underlying cause and the faster you will heal. 

Trust

Trust in the medicine, trust your body’s own ability to heal, trust yourself, and trust your physician. Without trust, it is very difficult to make meaningful change. We are here to help you!