The time for your appointment has been set aside just for you. This time is your time. Your time for healing. Your time for health.
We hope that you will take your appointment seriously. That your appointment is your priority. That your health is your priority. That you schedule other commitments around your appointment.
But, if you absolutely must cancel or reschedule your appointment due to a significant life crisis, we want to be as understanding and as accommodating as possible. However, our schedule is really full, and most patients do not cancel their appointments, and other patients simply do not want to move up their follow-up appointment to accommodate your missed appointment. Thus, we simply do not have openings later if you cancel now. So, if you cancel, unfortunately, you may have to wait months to be seen again.
We only refill
prescriptions at regular follow-up visits. Also, we do not offer telephone appointments or email correspondence in place of regular follow-up visits.
Thus, your treatment will be significantly delayed if you do not keep your regular follow-up visit.
Because your appointment time cannot be used by anyone else but you, if you still want to cancel your appointment, please send a money order for $225 to cover the time set aside for your missed appointment.
Then, we will
reschedule your appointment at the next available opening, which is usually about 3 months out.
Please note that if you cancel appointments often, then we may not schedule future appointments. If you simply do not show up for your appointment without cancelling your appointment, you will not be scheduled back at all.
Also, new patients who cancel their appointments
will not be rescheduled.
We want to help you get well, but we can only do so if you prioritize your health and if you keep your scheduled appointments. We want to see you healing along the healthy path!
be thy medicine,
be thy food.
is a lamp
to my feet
and a light
to my path.
The secret of health
for both mind and body
is not to mourn for the past,
worry about the future,
or anticipate troubles,
but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.