Frequently Asked Questions
Can you be my child’s primary care physician?
No. Your child must have a primary care physician for primary care needs. Urgent/emergent sick care, 24-hour phone coverage, well child visits, sports physicals, health appraisal forms, and vaccinations are not offered.
Will this work for my child?
Parents who make small consistent steps to overcome genetic and environmental stressors with diet and lifestyle changes help their child achieve health naturally. Persistence pays. Great things come with time and effort. Small steps, even tiny ones, move your child forward. CLICK HERE for conditions treated.
Do you accept insurance?
No. Dr. Sue does not participate with any insurance providers. You will be given a detailed receipt at the appointment to submit to your insurance should they allow it. CLICK HERE for cost estimates.
What age children do you see?
Newborn through 22 years of age.
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What are your office hours?
Dr. Sue’s office hours are Monday and Thursday
How long will it take?
Your child’s path to health is personal and the approach is based on your goal and budget. We put your child’s health plan into action at your desired pace and adapt it over time as your child’s needs change. For most conditions, symptoms improve within 6 weeks of starting your child’s health plan. Every child is different. Healing takes time and obstacles can be part of the journey for your child to achieve vibrant health naturally. Until your child’s symptoms resolve, follow-up every 6 weeks is ideal. When your child’s symptoms resolve, follow-up every 3 to 6 months is key until lab tests normalize.
We live far away, can you still help my child?
If you live in the state of Michigan, phone appointments are available if your child has been seen in the office within the previous 6 months. If you live outside the state of Michigan, in-office appointments are required for every visit.