New Patients

Ready to start feeling better? Please fill out our New Patient Screening Form.

You must complete the screening form and screening process in order to be seen.

You must submit the form electronically. Please do not print it and bring it in.

You must choose a date on the form below in order to get to the screening form.


The New Patient Coordinator will work with you to choose an appointment time when screening is complete. Some providers have earlier times available and the New Patient Coordinator will book you the first available appointment that works for you when he talks with you.

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Integrative Health Patients

The medicine landscape in the US has been gradually progressing towards a more personalized and holistic approach to healing. A significant part of this progress has been the combination of western medicine and alternative medicine, a concept described as ‘integrative medicine.’ 

This approach to healthcare encompasses a patient’s sense of community, mind, and spirituality into the healing process, aspects largely ignored in conventional medicine. As a result, the approach caters to the whole person rather than a small affected area of their body, and this helps reduce reoccurrences of illness. 

Typically, integrative medicine or complementary and alternative medicine has gotten a gradual reception. Still, its demand has been progressively increasing in the United States hospitals as it continues to get evidence-based backing.  

Research shows that patients who receive integrative medicine are more likely to have reduced or alleviated pain. This results in a decrease in hospital expenses. Integrative health patients incur slightly higher costs than those who use conventional medicine. 

However, evidence-based data shows that integrative health patients have reduced all-risk mortality after discharge, which may prevent additional expenses from future admissions.