For telemedicine visits, we do not bill insurance for you, but do have a resource that can provide you support in helping you with that process for free (Medical Bill Gurus). If you have insurance, we can provide you with a superbill that you can submit to your insurance company. Patients typically need a private insurance policy without network coverage to secure reimbursements. A private PPO insurance policy is ideal to have a chance at securing insurance reimbursements, but the results vary from policy to policy and nothing is guaranteed based on a multitude of variables such as insurance carrier, level of coverage, out of network deductible, etc. To determine if you have the adequate level of coverage and benefits to potentially secure insurance reimbursements for treatments received at the Lam Clinic, we recommend you sign up for a free case evaluation with Medical Bill Gurus, where they will sit down to review your policy and go over the process. Feel free to give them a call at 1-800-674-7836 or email email@example.com to sign up for a free case evaluation.
Call our office at 714-709-8000 or click here to input your information. Our office staff will gather basic contact and billing information, and help you plan the best time for your initial visit.
Integrative Functional medicine is treating the root cause of your disease, not just focusing on throwing medications at your symptoms. Once the root cause has been identified, a personalized plan is put together that will help bring vitality back to your life. Not all practitioners of Functional Medicine are medical doctors as some could be chiropractors, nutritionists, or naturopathic doctors. At Lam clinic, our practitioners are licensed medical physicians.
Functional medicine builds upon the best of conventional medicine rather than rejecting it. Conventional medicine often focuses on naming diseases and using medications for every illness. Functional medicine takes a different approach. We view the body as one integrated system, not a collection of independent organs that is divided up by specialist. We treat the whole body, not just the symptoms.
If you present to Lam Clinic physically in Tustin, we do accept majority of PPO plans and Medicare. Bring your insurance card and identification to every visit so we can calculate your deductible and copay. Please call your insurance provider to guarantee coverage. Our out-of-network (self-pay) patients have great success submitting the super bills we provide at checkout to their insurance for reimbursement. We accept all HSA and FSA cards as a form of payment.
Your first visit will be approximately an hour with your provider. During this consultation, your practitioner will review all of your medical records as well as gathering other appropriate facts that are applicable to your health profile. Your provider will develop an individualized treatment plan based on your history and prior lab testing. The provider will also determine what additional specialty testing or treatments they want to start you on for your journey to regain your vitality.
There is no guarantee on how long it will take you to recover, however we typically see improvement in symptoms within the first three to six months. There are many factors involved in determining how long it will take for an individual to heal. We do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to healing because we are all unique individuals who have different histories, lifestyles, and needs. The healing process will be as unique as you and we like to allow it to unfold naturally as your body permits. No matter how long it takes, our entire team is here to support you throughout your healing journey.
Yes, we are happy to provide Primary Care Services to our clients. If you have an acute medical need, you may need to use urgent or the Emergency Department if you have a medical emergency. During office hours, we will do our best to see our clients for same day visits.
Yes, we offer long-distance telemedicine consultations internationally and to these states in America: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.
Yes, we have the ability to prescribe medications in the states where the physician is licensed in, except for controlled substances (stimulants like ritalin or adderall, opioids like norco or vicodin, benzodiazepines like valium or ativan).
You will be referred to medical and surgical specialists as it is deemed necessary for your best care. Additionally, communication with specialists will occur at your request to help you understand and make wise health care decisions.