Part 1: Exam and Case Review: (60 minutes)- We take an extensive personal history, physical exam, and create a comprehensive Timeline to help us determine the root cause of your health issues.
Part 2: Report of Findings (30 minutes, approximately 2 business days later)- We discuss our findings as well as various options and recommendations. Together, as a team, we will determine your best path to optimal health. You will be given the test kits deemed necessary as well as nutritional and botanical therapy, supplements, food plans and lifestyle recommendations. You will be matched with an online Functional Medicine Certified health coach (if you choose) to smooth out the details on implementing our plan into your daily life.
This visit is necessary for the first follow-up visit, new health concerns, or patients who haven't been seen in awhile. Discuss the findings of your test results and adjust our plan accordingly. Educate on important health topics related to your health plan.
Discuss the findings of your test results and adjust our plan accordingly. Educate on important health topics related to your health plan.
Our office visits are considered "above the standard of care" and therefore elective as far as the insurance industry is concerned. Insurance may cover some testing and services but not all. We do everything we can to make sure Functional Medicine is affordable, and available to everyone! Functional Medicine is not just for the wealthy. Most of our patients are working class people who want to get healthy and feel great. Our top patient bases are nurses and blue collar workers. The overall price of care depends on several factors, including the complexity of your condition, the extent of lab testing required, the combination of natural medicines and other therapies needed during treatment, and the number of consultations you receive. These are all determined by the patient and doctor together. We do everything we can to make Functional Medicine affordable to the average person. We accept all credit and bank debit cards, HSA (Health Savings Account) cards, checks, and cash as forms of payment.