Online doctor consultations are becoming more popular. And why not? Patients don’t have to travel to the office, park the car, and wait for the doctor. You can stay in the comfort of your home and consult with the doctor through your computer or phone. But are online doctor appointments good for everyone? Not likely. But for many people, virtual medical visits provide an easier approach to medical care. Let’s explore what online doctor consultations look like with Dr. Gil and what sort of conditions are appropriate for treatment.
Online Doctor Consultations with Dr. Gil
Dr. Gil has been doing online consultations for many years. The process begins with either a phone call or email. Typically we determine which if any labs need to be ordered. If you have the correct labs run relatively recently, there’s no need to repeat them just yet. Sometimes Dr. Gil orders other labs, particularly if you attempted similar treatments that didn’t work or only had partial results. Labwork performed by other providers may be reviewed prior to your appointment. Labs aren’t required for every patient prior to the first appointment but often it can expedite the treatment process. For most patients in the US, we can arrange for the lab collection to occur near your location.
Before the appointment, you will fill out an extensive questionnaire that combined with the lab results helps Dr. Gil uncover possible causes of the malady. The first appointment lasts up to an hour whereby Dr. Gil comes up with a treatment plan for your condition. You can easily order the vitamin and supplements from Dr. Gil’s medicinary or your own source.
Conditions Treated During Online Doctor Consultations
It is difficult to say what conditions can or cannot be treated online. Many conditions can be fully managed through online consultations. Some conditions require an in-person visit for telehealth services will be effective. Patients interested in the Walsh Protocol that uncovers nutrient deficiencies that cause mental health issues. Some of the conditions that Dr. Gil treats using online doctor consultations include:
- Oppositional Defiance Disorder
- Reactive Attachment Disorder
- Conduct Disorder
- Schizoaffective Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
- Migraine Headaches
Insurance may or may not cover telemedicine visits but may cover the lab fees. Check with us first about whether coverage is possible. Neurofeedback services typically require appointments to be in-person.
Demand for online doctor visits has increased as patients discover its advantages. Find out for yourself how easy it is to get help for you or your family member. Schedule today for a free pre-consultation.