Personalized Health Advice to Help You Feel Better

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Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?

Going to the doctor isn’t easy these days.

  • No one takes the time to get to know you
  • The only solution is an endless rotation of medicines
  • You feel pressured into procedures you don’t want
  • Instructions are unclear and confusing
  • Care feels disjointed, like none of your providers are listening

How I Work With Patients

Step One

An Extensive History

First, we’ll review your entire health journey and what brought you to your current state of health.

Step Two

The Discovery Phase

Next, we’ll uncover your specific needs via an elimination diet, laboratory measures, daily monitoring, and/or genetic testing. We may call in help from a fitness, nutrition, chiropractic or acupuncture expert, if needed.

Step Three

Customized Plans

After comparing data from your initial visit and results from the discovery phase, we will determine the most impactful changes you’ve made, and layer on more positive changes. The path to health is not always straight, but we stay committed to exploration until we find answers and solutions that work.

Step Four

Follow Up

Over time, we’ll monitor progress, set backs, personal growth, and the evolution of your health.

Don’t worry, I’ll communicate with your other care providers along the way.

Which Appointment Is Right For You

Functional Medicine Initial Consult

People who have complex medical issues, and are looking for alternatives to allopathic medicine Included in this appointment type is:
  • A 90-minute initial consult, with a complete functional medicine workup
  • Two email communication with Dr. Elmore,
  • Referrals to needed specialists
  • Customized initial treatment strategy.
  • Discounts on elimination diets, supplements, and medical equipment.

Functional Medicine Follow Up Consult

People who have already had an Initial Functional Medicine Consult with Dr. Elmore Included in this appointment type is:
  • A 45-minute follow up consult
  • One email communication with Dr. Elmore
  • Referrals to needed specialists
  • Revisions to existing treatment strategy
  • Discounts on elimination diets, supplements, and medical equipment.

Six Month Functional Medicine Appointments

People who have complex medical issues, are ready to make changes, and want to save on total cost. Included in this appointment type is:
  • One initial 1.5 hour intake interview
  • Five follow up 45 minute appointments
  • An in-depth look at your medical history
  • Weekly email communication with Dr. Elmore for 6 months
  • Access to Clean Slate Cleanse ($187 value)
  • Recommendations for supplements, dietary changes, and lifestyle interventions
  • Referrals to other healthcare providers, as needed

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Frequently Asked Questions

For a block of 6-months worth of appointments, the cost is $1250. This does not include the price of suggested tests, supplements, dietary interventions, or referrals to other care providers. Shorter, less in depth appointments are available and prices range between $150-175.

At this time, we do not accept any insurance. 

Appointments vary in length from 30 minutes to 90 minutes depending on the type of appointment you book. Initial functional medicine consults are 90 minutes, follow up visits are 45 minutes and simple question and answer sessions are 30 minutes.

There are many ways that you can work with Dr. Elmore without becoming a patient. 

Dr. Elmore has written a book with 75 Answers to Common Questions about Essential Oils and Supplements which may help you get started with essential oils safely, especially if you have an existing chronic disease. 

If you’re looking for answers to Young Living product information, please visit YLEdClub.com to see the most comprehensive and easiest to understand collection of Young Living education that exists in the world. 

Most of Dr. Elmore’s functional medicine interventions start with an elimination diet. You can check out her approach and recipes over at CleanSlateCleanse.com. She also has a cookbook and workbook.

Appointments are broken down into three options. Functional Medicine Initial Consult, Functional Medicine Follow Up Consult, and Six Month Functional Medicine Appointments.

Functional medicine is Investigative.  It treats symptoms by addressing underlying cause of the problem, which leads to more profound and longer lasting results. It is not Superficial. It doesn’t mask or suppress symptoms.

Functional medicine is Holistic.  It treats the body as an interconnected whole, and recognizes the importance of these connections in health and disease. It isn’t dualistic – viewing the body as a collection of separate parts, each of which has its own doctor (i.e. cardiologist, podiatrist, etc.)

Functional medicine is Safe.  Treatments have mild or no side effects, and other unrelated complaints often improve spontaneously.  It is not dangerous with serious side effects or complications.

Functional medicine is Patient-centered.  It treats the patient, not the disease. Treatments are highly individualized based on patient needs. It isn’t designed to treat  a disease.  In fact, patients with the same disease may need different treatments depending on their underlying causes.

Functional medicine is Integrative.  The approach combines the best of both modern and traditional medicines and emphasizes an importance on diet and lifestyle. It is not limited, relying almost exclusively on drugs and surgery, in spite of their risks and complications.

Functional medicine is Restorative. Tests and treatments are designed to promote optimal function, prevent and reverse disease, and improve quality of life.

Functional medicine is Preventative.  Guided by the ancient Chinese saying, “The superb physician treats disease before it occurs.” It doesn’t work by simply managing disease after it has already reached an irreversible state…

Functional medicine is Evidence-based.  It is based on the latest research from peer-reviewed medical journals, and uncorrupted by corporate and political interests. It is not profit-driven nor based on outdated research and heavily influenced by profit-driven pharmaceutical and insurance companies.