Prior to leaving our clinic, your doctor will conduct a discharge interview with you to review the details of your home program document. This includes but is not limited to discussion of medications, supplements, nutrition, exercise, and other components of your long-term treatment plan.
Depending on your personalized treatment plan, your home program may include a variety of treatments, supplements, and other supplies provided at no additional cost. Details will be discussed during your discharge interview and listed in your home program document.
You will receive 12 weekly phone consultations, followed by monthly calls for up to one year following discharge. Your home program support team is also available via e-mail at any time.
Please note that our home program is not designed to address emergencies. If you are experiencing a critical health situation, contact your local provider or hospital immediately, and keep us informed as soon as possible.
Included in every treatment plan is at least one 2-day, 1-night follow-up visit, timed approximately three months from your date of discharge. Please visit the “Returning Patients” section for more information on complimentary follow-up visits.
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