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INTEGRATIVE AND FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE  FOR EVERY WOMAN'S STAGE OF LIFE.

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MAIDEN to MOTHER

Holistic Fertility Care

Planning a pregnancy and have concerns about a healthy pregnancy?

Trying a while and haven't gotten pregnant?

Starting fertility treatments with a reproductive endocrinologist?

The road to motherhood can be rocky for some. We are dedicated to helping those who want to be mothers. Dr. Milan is a women's health expert trained in holistic fertility helping women successfully navigate getting pregnant and beyond. Reach out for a discovery call for the details of our program.
We treat mother-to-be and partner!

Listen to Dr. Milan talk about her own fertility journey and struggles with PCOS.
Sign up for a free handout on Top Quick Tips for Optimal Fertility.
For details on our programs, click here.
 
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 FEEL LIKE A GODDESS

Women's Integrative, Functional, Hormonal, and Sexual Health

Feel tired? Feel off? Can't sleep?

Have no energy?

Suffer from pain or chronic disease?

Have digestive issues?

Know you need hormonal balancing?

Have low libido?

Want to feel sexy again?

Don't feel like the goddess you once were?

A functional and integrative medicine approach to  health can rebalance hormones which helps reduce symptoms, lower stress, improve sleep, decrease risks of chronic disease, improve metabolism, address sexual issues, and vitality.

Sign up for our Goddess Guide on our detailed approach

to feeling like a goddess again.

We are working on special programs for goddesses! Get news on our upcoming programs and discounts by subscribing

 

Dr. Milan is a family integrative and functional medicine nurse practitioner and can provide care for many conditions to anyone in the state of California.

She is happy to see family members of maidens, mothers, and goddesses age 12 and up.

COVID Policies

Dr. Milan DNP has received both COVID vaccines and fully immunized.

She will wear a KN95 mask to all in-person visits.

We will make every effort to have minimal number of clients in the office and waiting areas.

 

Availability

As a specialty practice, we do not offer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week coverage for care.

Please go to the urgent care or emergency room if you can not reach a provider.

Please make an appointment for your complimentary call directly online through this website, or call or email if that seems easier.  We will get back to you within 1-2 business days.

This complimentary call is a way for you to discover our services

and make sure it is a good fit for your healing journey. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why don't you take insurance?


We don't take insurance in our practice because we would like to provide more value to our patients. Insurance companies define the care and time we spend with patients and the added overhead and time it takes to process insurance paperwork takes time away from our patients. We want our patients to get more for their money and time!

We accept cash, Square for credit card, Venmo, Pay Pal, and Zelle.

Clients may use flexible spending (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA) cards.




Will insurance reimburse my visits?


We are currently an “out-of-network” provider, which means you would pay for your care our of pocket. We will provide you with a detailed bill called a “superbill” which you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Most insurances cover “out-of-network” providers depending on your policy. There are also apps that can help you with this for a small fee. We recommend contacting your insurance company to be sure. Unfortunately, Medicare does not reimburse for provider visits, but other services like labs and prescriptions are covered by Medicare.




Does insurance cover lab testing and imaging?


Laboratory and imaging are billed separately by the laboratory and radiology companies, and insurance can be used to cover these services. Routine lab tests at Quest Diagnostics are usually covered by PPO and HMO plans. However, HMO plans may require your HMO's primary care provider to order them. Special tests for functional/integrative health may be covered and require you to check with your insurance company. Each company has a reduced cash pay price and many offer in-home lab testing which can be very convenient. Clients may use flexible spending (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA) to cover the cost of labs. Many tests are covered by Medicare, but again it is up to the patient to check with their insurance company. We offer lab testing from Quest Diagnostics, APMG, Boston Heart, Genova, ZRT, Alletess, KBMO Diagnostics, Cyrex, Doctor's Data, and Precision Analytical, to name a few.
In-house laboratory testing: Urinalysis and pregnancy testing is available for $10/each.




What integrative therapies do you recommend?


After a complete assessment including a health history, physical exam, and lab testing, your provider will suggest a combination of modalities including nutritional supplements, herbal formulations, appropriate diet and activity to optimize your health and well-being. We also encourage mindset work with health coaching and goal setting. We can prescribe medications and order conventional therapies if indicated.




Where can I purchase recommended nutritional and herbal supplements? Are supplements covered by insurance?


We will prescribe medications through our online EHR system for herbal medications and supplements, as well as conventional medications. We offer many therapies through Fullscript at a 10% discount and/or will recommend where to purchase necessary medications. Most insurance plans do not cover supplements, however clients can use FSA and HSA accounts to cover these costs.




What is your cancellation policy?


We encourage clients to call at least 24 hours in advance if they need to cancel or reschedule appointments. There is a $50 fee for a missed appointment.




What is integrative medicine and functional medicine?


As defined by the Andrew Weil Center, integrative medicine (IM) is healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person. The Functional Medicine model is an individualized, patient-centered, science-based approach that empowers patients and practitioners to work together to address the underlying causes of disease and promote optimal wellness. It requires a detailed understanding of each patient’s genetic, biochemical, and lifestyle factors and leverages that data to direct personalized treatment plans that lead to improved patient outcomes. We believe:

  1. Clients and providers are partners in true healing.
  2. Many factors contribute to “dis-ease “ and need to be addressed in understanding "root cause" and achieving true healing including social, emotional, psychological and physical factors.
  3. There are many healing modalities, conventional and alternative, that can augment a client’s innate healing process.
  4. The most natural and least invasive interventions are an important part of a treatment plan.
  5. Education and wellness are key aspects to health prevention and promotion.
For more information please visit the following websites. The Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine Institute of Functional Medicine




What is a nurse practitioner?


Nurse practitioners (NPs) are nurses with advanced training in diagnosing and treating health conditions. NPs are master’s or doctorally prepared with numerous clinical and didactic hours in primary care, acute conditions, and chronic disease. NPs are required to undergo national certification, peer review, ongoing education, and professional development. NPs can provide a complete history and physical, order laboratory tests and imaging, interpret results, prescribe medications, counsel and educate clients. Many NPs also provide specialty services. What is special about working with an NP, is their comprehensive and holistic approach to health and their connection to their clients.

For more information please visit https://www.aanp.org.




What can I expect at my visits?


We recommend visits to be at least 45 minutes, this gives plenty of time to understand the patient as a whole. For your first visit, you can expect a detailed history, exam (if in-person), treatment plan, discussion, and education. The integrative and functional medicine model looks at key hormonal systems for healing including the gut, the adrenals, and the reproductive hormones. We also assess for inflammation, toxins, and look at the immune system. We offer prescriptions of conventional medications, supplements, and herbs.We will suggest a combination of therapies aimed at the whole person including sleep, exercise, diet, stress management, mindfulness, energy healing, and spirituality.

The integrative and functional medicine approach requires multiple interventions over a period of time. Programs are based on a sequential multi-system work-up including lab tests and interventions as well as support while lifestyle changes are implemented. Programs are over 3-6 months and include time for provider research and consultation with other integrative and functional medicine specialists on special conditions. Lab fees, supplements, and herbal medications are a separate cost. Visits are available in-person at our office or via tele-health Zoom calls. Home visits are available with extra fees for travel time. I





 

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