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Drip Doctor Wellness Center Kicks Off Fall with Individualized Monthly Health Plans
Date:8/26/2014

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

“We are so much more than an IV Nutrient Therapy Clinic” says Dr. Ephraim Crocker, NMD. “After only a few short months focusing on IV Nutrient Therapy, it became clear to us how much this community needs a focused integrative primary care practice. More and more of our patients began calling upon us to care for their whole health and we listened to the call. Our patients vary from those who wish to prevent illness and maximize their health with IV nutrient therapy, hormone replacement therapy, or weight loss options, to patients with long term chronic disease or chronic pain. We focus on removing the conditions of the body that created the ailment, therefore restoring the body to health. Disorders do not wish to live in a healthy body. It is a natural equation: removal of disorder equals restoration of order and optimization of health.”

To better empower their patients, Drip Doctor Wellness Center created their new “Health Care Your Way” DDWC Wellness Investment Program. This plan includes up to two doctor visits per month per member and couples may share their visits and credits. In addition, the patient receives basic blood work and teeth whitening annually. As Drip Doctor’s goal is optimal wellness, their patients will not lose their monthly investment if they do not need to see the doctor during any given month and instead will be given a form of a credit toward discounted wellness services. These

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