Your Appointment with Dr. Miller

1st office visit:

Your first office visit with Dr. Miller typically lasts an hour and a half long. In this time, you will be asked many questions about your health history, family history, and history of your present complaint. It may be helpful to bring a list of medications and supplements with dosages or bring your medications in to the visit.  It is likely that a physical exam will be performed.

We will also likely order labs and retrieve relevant information from any of your other healthcare providers. If you have had recent labs done it is most efficient if you bring a copy of the results to your visit or request a Records Release beforehand. You will leave with a treatment plan addressing your basic health needs.

The Fee for the First Office Visit is $225.00 or $195.00 for a pediatric visit (children under 12) A superbill will be provided, if requested, for you to submit to your insurance company. Every insurance company is different as to how much they will refund your visit. We are currently in-network providers with Cigna and Aetna.

Follow-up visits:

Follow-up visits are between 30-60 minutes in length. During these visits we will review any labs that have been ordered and adjust your treatment accordingly. At this point Dr. Miller will most likely prescribe herbal, nutritional, or pharmaceutical medications that are beneficial.

The fee for a follow-up visit for a self-pay patient will be either $125 (30 minutes) or $165 (60 minutes) depending on the amount of time taken at the visit. Most follow-up appointments are $125 unless more time is requested.

Pediatric appointments:

Well-child visits are 1 hour and are $145.00 per visit. If you are looking for a more natural approach to your child’s healthcare start with their well-child visits. Dr. Miller spends time with you in each visit discussing your child’s individual health needs and developmental milestones. We believe strongly in educating parents and also in a parents right to choose the healthiest options for their family. In each visit she discusses a topic of interest such as food introduction, vaccines, lactation, dealing with fevers, etc. and offers parents the most up-to-date information available as well as support and guidance. Well-child visits are performed for newborns, and at 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 18 months, 2 years, 3 years, etc.

All other pediatric visits follow the same schedule as above unless otherwise specified.