Telemedicine is not an exact replacement of physicians evaluation in an office setting with opportunity to examine the patient. Whenever possible, patients should have their initial consultation in person.

Disclaimer: State to state limitations

Telemedicine has been greatly influenced by state regulations, with different states having different limitations.

Disclaimer: Limitations of Telemedicine Consultation
Please be aware that telemedicine consultations have inherent limitations and cannot replace traditional in-person consultations in all scenarios. Although we strive to provide high-quality care, the following limitations should be considered:

1. Technical Limitations: Connectivity issues, poor video quality, or audio disturbances may compromise the quality of the telemedicine consultation.

2. Physical Examination: Telemedicine does not allow for physical examinations that may be necessary for complete diagnostic assessment or treatment.

3. Emergency Situations: Telemedicine is not suitable for emergency situations. If an emergency arises during a consultation, you should immediately dial your local emergency number.

4. Privacy and Security: Despite employing advanced encryption and security measures, information transmission could be intercepted or breached.

5. Misdiagnosis: As with any medical consultation, there is the potential risk of misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis due to lack of physical interaction, incomplete medical history, or technical issues.

6. Treatment Limitations: Certain conditions may not be suitable for treatment via telemedicine and may require in-person care.

7. Medication: Medication prescription depends on local laws and regulations. Some medications may not be prescribed via telemedicine.

8. Telemedicine: Telemedicine has been greatly influenced by state regulations, with different states having different limitations.

9. Telemedicine Consent: Consent Form

By choosing to proceed with a telemedicine consultation, you acknowledge and accept these limitations. It is your responsibility to determine if you’d prefer to seek in-person care. This disclaimer does not replace our terms of service and privacy policy, which you should also read and understand.


  • Please note, this consultation is accepted on a case by case basis.


  • This service may be of value to those patients that live far away and wish to have our doctor review their data and perform an interview using Telemedicine or phone or other video conferencing online technology to receive opinion and recommendations that they can discuss with their treating physician.


  • As part of the evaluation, the doctor may recommend simple testing; however, as a general principle, we would not get involved in writing prescriptions or formal treatment implementation beyond dietary and lifestyle guidelines. This can change once you have actually visited our doctor in our office setting for an evaluation.


  • The payment for the Telemedicine consultation is used to cover about 75 minutes of services, which may include records review, patient interview, as well as the time required for documentation. We strongly recommend that patients take their own notes, particularly of plans and recommendations. Formal report preparation may incur an additional fee. The fee for the consultation does not cover ongoing support after the consultation.


  • Patients, however, may purchase a customized Support & Convenience program after their initial consultation with the doctor. The support program, among several benefits, will provide discounted fees on follow-up phone and/or video consultations.


  • Alternatively, patients have the choice to request follow-up inquiries, which could be as short as 10 minutes.


  • To make the best out of your consultation, please have the following items planned ahead of time:
    • Your medical records that you wish our doctor to review. Ideally, these should arrive prior to your visit.
    • Be clear on your line of questions. What questions you would like to be answered during the session.
    • Write your goals that you wish to reach.
    • Have office registration and forms completed ahead of time.
    • Fax or otherwise send us the completed MEDICAL HISTORY form(s) that we provide.
    • Make sure that we have your signed credit card authorization and credit card on file before the consultation. Also sign the third party agreement if someone else is paying for the services you receive.
    • Review and sign the CONSENT below.


  • Please note: A portion of the professional time will be used for documentation and implementation after the phone or video conferencing is completed.