Integrative health brings conventional and complementary approaches together in a coordinated way. Integrative health also emphasizes multimodal interventions, which are two or more interventions such as conventional health care approaches (like medication, physical rehabilitation, psychotherapy), and complementary health approaches (like acupuncture, yoga, and probiotics) in various combinations, with an emphasis on treating the whole person rather than, for example, one organ system. Integrative health aims for well-coordinated care among different providers and institutions by bringing conventional and complementary approaches together to care for the whole person.

Source: nccih.nih.gov

The functional medicine model is an individualized, patient-centered, science-based approach that empowers patients and practitioners to work together to address the underlying causes of disease and promote optimal wellness. It requires a detailed understanding of each patient’s genetic, biochemical, and lifestyle factors and leverages that data to direct personalized treatment plans that lead to improved patient outcomes.

By addressing root cause, rather than symptoms, practitioners become oriented to identifying the complexity of disease. They may find one condition has many different causes and, likewise, one cause may result in many different conditions. As a result, functional medicine treatment targets the specific manifestations of disease in each individual.

Source: ifm.org

Personalized care. We assess the whole scope of the patient. Their sleep, diet, hobbies, stress levels, etc. We provide treatment options that address root causes and offer integrative approaches to management. We combine evidenced-based mainstream medicine with nutrition, mind-body, acupuncture and other healing modalities. We build a treatment plan that is right for each individual. We can run any test the patient wants to further learn about their health’s state.

Yes! Dr. Julia Afridi sees newborn to adult patients. Dr. Ashley Maltz only sees patients ages 16 & above.

No, but we will work with you to support your nutritional and symptom-based needs while undergoing cancer treatment.

No, unless your plan qualifies for acupuncture benefits and you are having acupuncture done. For most visits, we are a direct-pay (non-insurance) based practice. We offer payment plans and packages for some services. Payment can be made with a flexible spending account (FSA), health care savings account (HCSA), check, or credit/debit card. We can provide you with a detailed invoice submittable to insurance plans with “out-of-network” benefits.

Labs are ordered by the physicians and Patients are given lab requisition forms electronically. They are informed on how to schedule labs at CPL, Quest Diagnostics or other lab providers. Patients are to call their insurance to find out which lab is in-network with an out-of-network doctor.

This information varies. We advise our patients to reach out to their insurance provider to gather more information.

We do not see patients on Medicaid as it is illegal per Texas state laws. Medicare patients are able to be seen by our physicians but must sign an Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) before their intake appointment.

Can I cancel my membership at any time?

We require 1 month (30 days) notice in writing to cancel at any time. Once we are notified of the cancellation request, patients will still be charged for their next billing which can be utilized at any time within that month.

Are labs included in the membership?

We provide the ordering and interpreting of the labs but labs themselves are partial to insurance coverage or cash pay rates.

How does it work?

Each month you are billed $145.

What you get:

  • * 30 minutes of personalized & comprehensive care with your doctor or

  • Doctor on-call

  • Priority portal message replies

  • * Direct relationship with your physician through text messaging

  • * 7-day-a-week access for questions, consults (limited to 30 minutes of

  • Communication which can be telemed, in-office, or phone consults)

  • * Free lab/imaging orders, new medications, paperwork, supplements and refills as needed (without extra charges)

  • Online group visits and education!

They are the same. We also do women’s annual exams, but generally not on the first visit.

No, We send orders to a local radiology company for established patients in need.

Jameson takes the time to listen to your concerns and addresses them with a variety of styles of treatment, including acupuncture, cupping, gua-sha, herbs, and moxibustion. Most patients leave feeling relaxed, refreshed, and restored. Acupuncture is great for pain, as it moves blood in areas that need blood flow, and restores rebuilding the tissues in those areas. Chinese medicine addresses most health concerns, physical, emotional and spiritual.

He accepts some PPO plans (if you have acupuncture benefits) through United, Bluecross, and Aetna.

Medicare does not cover acupuncture, but Medicare patients are allowed to be seen for acupuncture in our clinic. Jameson does not see medicaid patients.

No, this is not legal at the current time.

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