After the Initial Patient Visit, How Do I Communicate with Nurse Barb?

After the Initial Patient Visit, How Do I Communicate with Nurse Barb?

During your initial visit, we will determine together the next steps in your process, what testing you may need, treatments you’ll be trying, and what the time interval is for further follow-up. 

Patient questions are always welcomed. They’re essential for understanding your body, the changes you’re experiencing and any treatments you’re trying. However, I am only able to answer specific questions for established patients. 

Depending upon the complexity of the question and your situation, I may ask you to schedule a separate in-person or virtual visit.

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