Initial appointment 60min
Dr Bean will review your intake form and make a treatment plan based on the ailments you are presenting with. She may ask for you to do new blood work or a specific test to determine more specific treatments.
Please see here for the conditions Dr. Bean commonly supports in her office. If you would like to know if Dr. Bean can help you, please do email her.
Follow up appointment 30min
Dr. Bean will review any new laboratory tests you have done and determine if your treatment plan needs any alterations. This appointment can be by phone or in person.
For patients who suspect they have Lyme Disease or any co-infections, your first visit will be 90min in length with a follow up visit of 45min
WHAT TO EXPECT
First visit 90min
Thorough history, review of your laboratory results, and a physical exam. Dr. Bean may utilize ART muscle testing at this appointment along with doing an Armin Labs test or any other tests suitable to your case. If these tests cannot be done on this day they will be performed on separate day as most need to done on a Tuesday in order to reach international destinations.
Reviewing of lab results and treatment strategies.
Implementation of treatments which may include
If your child has Autism, ADHD, SPD, PANDAS, PANS or any behavioral changes, please book a 90min initial consultation. Your follow up visit will be a 45min consultation, which your child does not need to be present for
WHAT TO EXPECT
A 90min consultation to do a thorough history, review of any laboratory results your child has had, birth history, vaccine history, and a physical/neurological exam of your child. Dr. Bean will suggest further functional testing to be done such as Great plain OAT test, RMA hair heavy metal test, Genova ION, Cyrex panels, IgG testing, ILIAD testing and more. Treatment strategies and suggestions will start on this visit
A 45min consultation to check in if any changes have occurred with new treatments. Reviews new lab results. Your child does not need to attend this visit. A phone consult can take place if better suited for you.
Third Visit and Onward
Documenting progress and reviewing any new laboratory tests that had been done. Dr. Bean advises for the child to come in every 3 to 6 months to document their progress.