FAQS – integrativemedica


What is a consultation visit like at Integrative Medica?

Dr. Schmutz sits down with a patient and spends the time needed to take a thorough history, questioning, and order appropriate laboratory tests to identify the cause of an individual’s condition. They truly take the time to listen to the patient and hear what the patient is going through. At the end of the visit, the doctors prescribe a treatment plan that fits a patient’s individual needs.

How does a consultation visit work at Integrative Medica?

We use the secure web conferencing system Adobe Connect to create a unique and specialized consultation. You will be able to have a one on one web conference with Dr. Schmutz to discuss your medical needs, all without the need to leave your own home.

Once you sign up for an appointment, you will receive a consultation confirmation email right away. Then, the morning of your appointment, you will receive a second email with a link and instructions on how to join the online consultation room.

What makes the doctor at Integrative Medica different than other doctors?

Dr. Schmutz uses the best of both conventional and alternative medicine to treat an individuals condition. He identifies the cause of an individual's disease and uses the internal healing mechanisms of the body to eliminate a given disease. The suppression of an individual’s symptoms with drugs and surgery are used only as a last resort and not a first line of therapy. Dr. Schmutz truly sits down and listens to an individual’s concerns. He comes up with an individualized treatment plan to treat the patient and not solely the patient’s disease. 

Did the doctor at Integrative Medica go to medical school?

 Yes, all of the doctors went to four years of medical school. They all went to a specialized medical school where they received training in both conventional and alternative medicine. 

Do you take Insurance?

Dr. Schmutz is not a preferred provider with insurance companies. He strives to provide the best care possible for his patients. He doesn't take insurance to avoid the restrictive regulations insurance companies set on doctors; such as time, treatment, and laboratory test restraints.

How long is a typical visit?

1 hour the first time a patient sees a doctors and 30 minutes for return visits



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