Frequently asked questions
How long does the process take?
From 3-6 months on an individualized basis. The gathering of medical information so that your comprehensive care plan is a direct reflection of your current state of health can take some time. Once your information is received the process becomes more expedient.
When will I see results?
Clients typically begin to feel better after 4 weeks of making a change and this will only improve with time. Results do vary; however, we will use an evaluative method so you can see concrete results in how you are feeling so we can compare results as time goes by.
Can I see you in office?
Yes, however, during the COVID-19 pandemic, rules are forever changing. Though individuals living with lupus are not more vulnerable to COVID -19 they are at an increase risk for complications should they get infected. To protect yourself as well as myself, we will meet when it is safe to do so and will utilize a safe and secure videoconferencing platform for appointments at this time.
I am worried about my fertility and want to plan my future pregnancy. Can you help me with this?
Yes. Women who live with lupus are more likely to trigger a flare up in pregnancy. As a woman who has had two low risk pregnancies while being closely monitored for flare-ups and possible complications, I can assist you in preparing your body for pregnancy in remaining healthy and symptom free during your pregnancy. Every pregnancy is different, let me help you prepare to be your best you in pregnancy!
I have a good plan going right now, but would like your feedback on what I could be optimizing. Do you offer consultations without are comprehensive care plan?
Yes, however it can be difficult to provide good feedback without all of the information to make a comprehensive overview. That being said, I am always willing to help, in whatever capacity I can. Let’s talk it over and see how I can help.
Do you offer this service in other languages?
Yes! French is an option for those who prefer it over English.