Office Visits with Dr. Nemechek

The Initial Office Visit

Because of state licensing and malpractice regulations, the first visit with Dr. Nemechek must occur face-to-face in his Buckeye, Arizona office.  The initial visit can range from 1-2 hours during which Dr. Nemechek with discuss the patient’s clinical situation, review lab reports and other  relevant material.

Dr. Nemechek goes out of his way to help patients understand their medical situation in a simple, easy to understand manner.  Dr. Nemechek believes its essential for his patients to understand why their health is failing and how the treatment strategy he will devise will help them recover.

At the end of the visit, you will be provided with a detailed treatment plan out lining specific treatment elements including dosages, and preferred brands should supplements be required.  Any specific OTC supplements can be purchased from Dr. Nemechek’s online store or from other online retailers.

If prescriptions are required, Dr. Nemechek is able to prescribe and refill medications throughout the United States with the exception of DEA controlled medications.

Follow Up Appointments

For those who live within the Phoenix metro area, follow-up visits often occur within Dr. Nemechek’s Buckeye office and generally occur every 3-4 months.

After 18 months, patients will need to re-establish their active status with another in-person visit in Dr. Nemechek’s office in Buckeye, Arizona.  Often many patients will have recovered by this time and a second Arizona appointment is unnecessary.

Between scheduled visits, Dr. Nemechek is readily available via a HIPAA-compliant email system, often 7-days a week at no additional charge.

For those living outside the Phoenix metro area, follow-up visits are performed via Skype (preferred) or by telephone.  These generally occur every 3-4 months depending on circumstances and can continue for up to 18 months at which time patients will need to re-establish their active status with another in-person visit in Arizona.  Often many patients will have recovered by this time and a second Arizona appointment is unnecessary.

Between scheduled visits, Dr. Nemechek is readily available via a HIPAA-compliant email system, often 7-days a week at no additional charge.

Odds and Ends

On occasion Dr. Nemechek will order testing that is generally covered by most private and public health insurance plans.  Like other providers, Dr. Nemechek does not order expensive tests that the patient needs to pay for out of pocket.

Dr. Nemechek common prescribes his patients specific brands of fish oil and olive oil which can be purchased conveniently from his online store or from online retailers such as Amazon.

On occasional prescription medications are required to help patients recover, and Dr. Nemechek can prescribe these no matter which state you live in.  If required, prior authorization assistance will be provided free-of-charge.

Unfortunately, many insurers are refusing to cover the expense of rifaximin (Xifaxan) within the U.S. If this occurs, Dr. Nemechek’s patients are able to inexpensively acquire rifaximin utilizing Canadian mail order pharmacies.

No. Although most patients will be prescribed nutritional supplements, these can be purchased inexpensively online from Amazon and other online retailers.

Unlike many integrative and naturopathic health practitioners, there is no pressure or requirement to purchase supplements from our office.

Skype sessions give you the opportunity to talk to Dr. Nemechek.  He can provide general information regarding particular medical disorders and symptoms but because of licensing and malpractice restrictions he will not be able to make any form of diagnosis, determine doses, prescribe medications, or order testing of any sort.  A 1-hour Skype consultation is $550.

But even with those licensing restrictions, you may really want to talk to Dr. Nemechek because of his background and experience with complex issues and his work with people who may be just like you.  Many healthcare professionals lack the knowledge or the experience to teach you about the Autonomic Nervous System, they do not understand the science behind the medicine, they have never achieved autonomic improvement or recovery in their patients, or they have never begun to answer your questions “why”or “how” your health may have broken.

You may also want to talk to Dr. Nemechek because he is the scientist physician who invented The Nemechek Protocol for Autonomic Recovery (Pat. Pending).  Many individuals find these sessions an invaluable introductory process, making the decision to travel to Arizona for a formal medical consultation with Dr. Nemechek easier.