Frequently asked questions and helpful information

Do do you offer phone consults? 

Yes! I am happy to listen to your situation, review your history and labs and offer potential area or options to explore further and find missing support strategies for you.  This is by appointment only and my fees are the same as in person, 240 an hour for time used.


What days do you see patients?

Mondays and Thursdays, from 10 am -4 pm, or by special arrangement.


Where are you located?

6653 NE Arrowhead drive, Kenmore, Washington 98028, please use the right sided entrance by the mermaid. If you see an in-session sign on the door please wait on the deck to the right of the pathway where chairs are or in your car. 

Feel free to park in or across/ blocking (facing south) the driveway its much safer for leaving, there is also space across the road by the mailbox.


What do I need to bring to a session in person?

Please bring all medications and supplements your are taking or considering taking. Put a daily dose in zip lock bag and label. Example vitamin C 2 caps 3 times a day would be 6 caps in a bag labeled vitamin C.
 


How should I prepare for my session? 

Please send me a message in charm in advance with the following:

  • Current symptoms, top 3 you want to work on
  • What is different for you if this is a repeat appointment
  • Your questions
  • List of all medications and daily dosage

This saves you a lot of time and supports me to record your session in writing, so you can easily share with your health care team or remind yourself.


Can I record my session?

You are welcome to ask me to record a synopsis on your phone at end of session. We go over a lot of things and I try to do in a timely mann , some patients find this supportive.
 


Do you treat long distance?

Yes many patients are unable to travel to Washington for a variety of reasons. Please see full instructions for long distance testing here.


Do you take insurance?

I am happy to give you a superbill for your taxes, health savings, or insurance. With the everchanging insurance world I chose to focus on learning about healing vs billing.


Do you prescribe medication and or testing?

I do not write prescriptions for drugs, I prefer to use food-based supplements and herbs. You may schedule with Dr Duhon for prescriptive support, please remember you must meet with him yearly and in person for him to safely support you this way. 

I do have access to some forms of lab and am happy to help you understand options. Many tests may be ordered directly at www.labsanywhere.com  or www.directlabs.com


I charge 240 an hour for sessions, be they in person, long distance, Skype or on the phone. I only charge for time used.

Thermometry testing is 295 for the testing and a 15-minute interpretation.

What are your fees?

 


I accept cash, quick pay Zelle with Chase bank and checks, if you would like to use a credit card you can use Venmo or PayPal , payment is expected at time of services unless other arrangement are made in advance.
 

What forms of payment do you take?


How do I contact you?

My preference is via Charm (electronic medical record) it is secure and comes to me much easier.

If you are not comfortable with that, you are welcome to leave me a message.

Phone: 425-931-1721

Email ( this is very busy and may get lost) 

I am committed to responding as quickly as possible to you all. I try my best to get back within 48 hours to established patients and within a week to new inquires.