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What is the best way to schedule an appointment with Dr. Mehta?

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1) Please email office@healthbw.com to check that Dr. Mehta is accepting new patients or put on the wait-list (varies from 2 weeks to 2 months). The fastest and easiest way to schedule an appointment is by using our online scheduler: Click Here to Make an Appointment The earliest available appointments will always be posted online first.

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How quickly can I get an appointment?

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We encourage clients to book 2 weeks in advance. Depending on the time of the year, we can usually schedule a new patient or lab results appointment within 1-2 weeks of the requested time.

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What is included with the Case Review consultation?

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The clinician will review the most recent labs (if available) of blood, stool, urine, saliva, etc. in addition to 25+ pages of detailed patient forms covering diet, sleep, stress, health history, etc.Each person will receive educational material and guides on health and nutrition and  to assist in your health journey. These may include recipes, meal […]

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How many labs are required per person?

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The number of labs recommended will depend on your individual situation including the number of issues you struggle with and the length of time you have been experiencing them, but the range is 1-4 lab tests.

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Do I have to take all the tests recommended at once?

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The number of labs recommended will depend on your individual situation including the number of issues you struggle with and the length of time you have been experiencing them, but the range is 1-4 lab tests.

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How long does it take to get the lab results?

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The results of your lab test(s) will be sent to Dr. Mehta 1-2 weeks (typically 5-10 business days) after mailing your specimens to the lab. After evaluation we will contact you to schedule a follow up appointment to review your results with Dr. Mehta and she will make recommendations.

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Dr. Mehta does all lab review sessions and will design your protocol during your consultation.

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Dr. Mehta does all lab review sessions and will design your program during your lab results consultation.

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Can I order my own test kits through the laboratories or can my regular doctor order the lab tests for me?

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Many authorized laboratories are only able to sell test kits to licensed practitioners. Dr. Mehta uses specific lab tests from small lab companies that exclusively offer functional medicine tests. Larger national labs and local hospital based labs are not helpful for these types of highly specialized tests. If you order functional medicine tests through another […]

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What laboratories does Dr. Mehta use? And why?

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The accuracy of your lab findings and the quality of the professionals performing the lab tests is often a major key to you uncovering what’s going on. Quality is not equal across all lab companies. Many times we see “normal” test results from regular lab companies and our lab tests find many “functional” problems. The […]

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What types of lab tests are required?

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Depending on the lab, the samples maybe blood, saliva, urine and/or stool. Many tests are completed by the client through easy test kits that are self-administered in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Bloodwork may be done through blood spot testing, select blood draw centers and/or mobile phlebotomists. The exact labs vary with […]

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