We are open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am til 6pm. Our last appointment of the day is scheduled at 3:30pm.
Please keep your appointments, and please be on time. A missed appointment only compromises your health, and late appointments set the doctor back, causing others to wait the rest of the day. If you are unable to make your appointment for any reason, please call at least 48 hours in advance so that others may be scheduled in that time slot.
Please note: if you do not call at least 48 business hours in advanced your credit card will be charged the full price of your missed appointment. If you're a new patient, please give 3 day notice of cancellation.
We believe that good health is achieved through self-awareness, nutritious diet, moderate exercise, healthy life-style, balanced hormones and a good attitude.
Because of a number of Chemically Sensitive Patients, please avoid wearing scented products of any kind including hand lotion, fabric softeners, hair products, perfumes and colognes to the office.
Payment for medical services or any products must be paid at time of receipt. Fees may be paid by check, cash, or credit card at time of service.
We do not bill insurance companies. We do not accept medicare or medicaid.
Call 760-480-2880 to schedule an appointment. Initial appointments are scheduled for approximately 1.5 - 2 hours. Please physically bring all vitamins, supplements and medications that you're currently taking to your appointment.
Follow up visits can range from 15 minutes to an hour.
Your phone call is an important part of our service to you, and we will return all calls as soon as possible. If you call during our business hours and you receive a voicemail message, we are on the line with another caller. Please leave a message as we check our voice mail often. If you have not heard back from us by the next business day (M, W, F) please leave another message. (In rare cases cell phone messages may not be clear or understandable.)
If you have a medical or psychiatric emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest hospital or urgent care.