How long will it take before I feel better?
Each patient is unique in their diagnosis, treatment plan, and genetic makeup. Although there is no guarantee when you will start to feel the positive effects of your treatment protocol, we generally see patients beginning to notice an improvement in symptoms by the fourth appointment.Read more »
Guarantees and refunds
We promise to partner with you in order to provide the best possible care. While we can never guarantee results, the odds are very good that treatments will be beneficial. A 500 person study by Dr. Kent Holtorf, M.D. published in the Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome showed patients experienced the following results while undergoing […]Read more »
When should I cancel my appointment?
Please give us at least 72 hours notice if you need to cancel a new patient appointment and at least 24 hours to cancel a follow-up appointment. A fee of $75 will be charged for no-shows or cancellations if enough time is not allowed for canceling.Read more »
How come my doctor doesn't believe in the importance of thyroid testing?
A question that is often raised by patients is “Why doesn’t my doctor know all of this?” The reason is that the overwhelming majority (all but a few percent) of physicians (endocrinologists, internists, family practitioners, rheumatologists, etc.) do not read medical journals. When asked, most doctors will claim that they routinely read medical journals, but […]Read more »
Can Holtorf Medical Group be my primary care physician?
Although Holtorf Medical Group has world-class physicians who are trained in specialties like family medicine and internal medicine, we require that our patients maintain a primary care physician for visits such as strep or flu testing and annual physicals, which we do not perform. We also recommend female patients maintain an OBGYN for regular pap […]Read more »
When should labs be completed?
We recommend that you have labs completed prior to your second appointment with your Holtorf Medical Group provider. This allows your doctor enough time to review all lab work and establish a treatment plan for your care.Read more »
Should I provide my entire medical history?
No, Holtorf Medical Group asks that each patient complete a detailed health questionnaire that will help guide the physician to gain a better understanding of each patient's individual health needs.Read more »