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Does Integrative Medicine actually involve a real doctor who can prescribe?
Here at Infinite Health, we are a fully licensed medical office with Dr. Goolsby on staff, as well as his nurse practitioners. The difference between integrative medicine and the stereotypical doctors office, is that we treat each patient with a multilateral approach by assessing and optimizing any reactive needs you come in for, as well as nutrition, fitness, hormones,metabolism, and mental perspective. By taking care of reactive needs and also treating proactively, our patients have a more fulfilling and successful, healthy lifestyle.
Do you accept insurance?
We are happy to accept all insurance excluding Humana Medicare HMO and Medicaid as a primary.
What Is Integrative Medicine?
Integrative Medicine is an approach to care that places the patient as a partner in health with the doctor and addresses their health concerns that actually affect the health. This can include a full range of factors that may include environment, social, mental and even spiritual factors. At Infinite Health, we have a four pillar approach to care that includes optimization of hormones & metabolism, nutrition, fitness and motivational mindfulness.These are all addressed with peer reviewed and evidence based modalities.
What is Regenerative Medicine, or Prolotherapy?
Regenerative Medicine, sometimes referred to as Prolotherapy, is a non-surgical orthopedic treatment of injured areas with injections that stimulate the body’s own natural healing process to heal injured and painful joints and connective tissue.
What is BHRT, or Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy is a therapy designed for those with hormone imbalances or deficiencies. By using hormones identical to those in the body ( meaning no synthetic), we are able to regulate and optimize patients to help feel their best and shy away from the chronic disease processes that hormone imbalances are linked to.