Better Health For Your Family.
Managing your family’s wellness is a God-given opportunity to instill positive habits and behaviors around food and lifestyle. Our team of experts (and mothers) will empower you not only to make the best decisions for your family, but also to find joy and simplicity in the process. We can work with all budgets, schedules, and dietary restrictions to foster wellness for the whole family.
Step 1 is making the decision and scheduling your appointment. You can do this through our online form or by contacting our office directly. Our Office Coordinator will help direct you from there – we like to keep it simple because life’s complicated enough as it is and we value your time.
Step 2 is your initial appointment with your provider. This includes some in-depth paperwork so they can get to know you and your family’s health history from birth to present before your appointment. At your initial appointment, you and your provider will discuss your family’s health and wellness and current goals.
Based on all the information given, your provider will set you up with a wellness pathway for your family. This includes wellness lab work to ensure any recommendations given are based on evidence and not just guessing. This lab work will help your provider establish what nutrients may be missing or out of balance and ensure there are no underlying viruses, food intolerances, or bacterial overgrowths.
You and your family will have yearly check-ups and wellness labs done to ensure all is well! This model aims to provide high-quality, patient-centered collaborative care and continuity. To ensure we can continue to provide top-quality care.
Pediatric Initial Appointment
Do you accept insurance?
This is a common question and rightfully so.
Summarized, we do not take insurance because we do not want insurance telling us how we can and cannot help our patients.
In general, insurance companies are not focused on any preventative or wellness services. They were designed for quick, short-term symptom and disease care and treatment which is heavily invested in the conventional model of health care that too often relies on drugs and surgery.
As Chris Kresser says, “Insurance-based medicine is not evidence-based medicine.” Realize that what our culture calls health care is actually “sick” care, since it has little to do with advancing true health. It’s mostly about suppressing symptoms while ignoring the underlying cause. We are committed to a vitalistic model that addresses the underlying causes of your symptoms.
Now, if you have a policy it will probably help with at least some of the expense of your sick care. But few policies pay for things that help us keep our health. If they do, yay! We will gladly provide you with the necessary documentation to get reimbursed if you’re willing to file yourself.
The great news is that by not having to deal with insurance companies, office costs are kept down, so we can offer affordable care for you and your whole family. We accept Care Credit payment at our office and always welcome open and honest conversations about finances. We are here to serve you and will do all that we can to help!
Do you work with chronic illnesses?
We believe that the body is designed to be well and any chronic condition is simply a result of the environment. We work with patients dealing with all types of chronic illnesses from autism to arthritis to manage symptoms, improve quality of life, and support the body in regaining better health.
Can Kingdom Health be my primary care physician?
While our providers practice functional and family medicine, we recommend that our members have a PCP for urgent and same-day visits, which we don’t provide at Kingdom.
We are not available for urgent appointments. If you have a medical emergency, we recommend that you visit urgent care or an ER and then let your Kingdom provider proc
We’re always happy to answer questions.
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