Below you’ll find answers to our most commonly asked questions. If you don’t find the answer you’re looking for please contact us at 307-333-0034.

Functional medicine takes into account each person’s unique needs and circumstances rather than a one size fits all approach. It looks at how different systems of the body such as the digestive system, hormonal and immune system work together and when one system is out of balance it can affect the others. The importance of lifestyle and environmental factors are at the forefront of functional medicine. Stress, exposure to toxins, poor diet, and sedentary lifestyles can contribute to chronic and preventable diseases. Functional medicine addresses these factors and gets to the root of the cause rather than treating each symptom individually. The benefits of functional medicine can lead to better outcomes, improve quality of life and offer a more sustainable approach to healthcare. Reducing amount of medications and improving nutrition and lifestyle can also help to save money in prescriptions and healthcare costs.

Yes! We offer primary care services as well as medication management, yearly wellness exams, women’s care and same day sick visits and more! We provide a unique approach to healthcare offering both conventional medicine and functional medicine to meet the needs of every patient.

All appointments for functional medicine and primary care are covered by insurance. Appointments such as Botox, dermal filler, and IV vitamin therapy are cash pay procedures and are not covered by insurance.

We accept most insurances

Payment for cash pay services and co-pays are due at time of service.

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In the State of Wyoming Nurse Practitioners are able to practice independently. Nurse Practitioners can prescribe medications, order labs and imaging, send referrals to specialists, and preform minor procedures such as skin biopsies. The Nurse Practitioner provides diagnosis, treatment, and management of acute and chronic illness.

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The number of units needed varies from person to person. This will be determined during your visit. Yor provider will cleanse the skin and map out the muscles. Injections are done with a very small needle and are tolerated well. Most patients describe the injections as a “small pinch”. Bruising is possible but the risk can be minimized by avoiding alcohol and NSAIDS such as ibuprofen and alleve for a few days before your appointment.

A thorough assessment of the face is completed and the face is mapped out for precise injections. Numbing cream can be used to increase comfort. After the procedure minor discomfort, swelling, and bruising can be expected. This can be controlled with Tylenol and cool compress. Thorough post instructions will be discussed at your appointment.

After Botox and filler please refrain from exercise for 24 hours. Do not get a facial/face massage for 2 weeks after the injections. Small lumps or bumps are expected after filler. Please do not massage or manipulate the areas that have been injected. These will typically resolve in 3-4 weeks. Patients may experience swelling and bruising after injections of filler. Filler can last up to 2 years. Botox is typically scheduled every 3-4 months.

No, you cannot get Botox or filler if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.