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What should I expect during my first visit?

Your first appointment will be about 90 minutes.

The information that is gathered during this appointment is used to create your personalized health program. Dr. Bright will assess and evaluate how your body is functioning from a natural health perspective, using non-invasive techniques. She DOES NOT claim to diagnose, treat or cure any medical condition.

Dr. Bright will address the following areas during your first appointment:
1. Your entire health history – this serves as a road map to why you may feel the way you do at present time
2. Conduct a reflex nutritional test.
(These applications test for areas of organ imbalance, vitamin and mineral depletion, hormonal imbalances, food and environmental allergies, as well as, dysbiosis (gut flora imbalance)
3. Muscle reflex analysis to test your body’s rate at metabolizing sugar
4. Utilize some concepts from Traditional Chinese Medicine that examine your eyes,
tongue, nails, and face for a thorough understanding of how your body is working on a chemistry level.
5. She will also ask any pertinent questions that are relevant to helping her understand the true dysfunctions occurring in your body.

You will leave your appointment with a information and items that will best support any imbalance or area in the body that needs to be nourished from the findings of the consult.

This could be lifestyle modifications, food-derived supplements (not vegan),
doctor-formulated homeopathic remedies and herbal remedies, dietary instructions, as well as, any referred
chiropractic care or conventional testing, if needed.

Your natural remedy recommendations will be in adjunct to
what your primary care physician has recommended.

Please do not change or discontinue any therapies without consulting with your primary care physician FIRST. If you choose to do so, you will be doing so on your own prerogative.

Follow-up visits are anywhere between 30- 60 minutes

Your first follow-up appointment is usually ]scheduled anywhere between 2-4 weeks after your initial appointment. This allows Dr. Bright to assess how your program is progressing and make any changes to your protocol, as necessary.

Dr. Bright and her staff believe in a patient-focused practice to help the patient get their intended results. Your success is our success.

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