Lizz is a certified medical assistant, case manager, and phlebotomist and has worked at WholeHealth Chicago for six years. She received her training through Olympia College, and continually attends seminars and workshops to keep her skills up to date. She integrates Pilates, meditation, and cardio activity into her daily routine.
WHEN WILL I SEE HER?
At the end of your visit with the doctors, Lizz will review your individualized treatment plan, make certain you understand how to perform any take home test kits, answer all your questions regarding medications, supplementation, and other physician recommendations, and assist you in making appointments with other recommended practitioners. Lizz will assist you when a specialist is needed. She and her staff will assist with your current and refill prescriptions, lab tests and the administration of physician prescribed intravenous therapy. In short, Lizz will make certain you are comfortable with what you’ve learned during your initial visit and the next steps in your “healing path.”
WHAT INTRAVENOUS THERAPIES ARE AVAILABLE?
The most well-known therapy, the “Meyer’s Cocktail” has been used by nutritional physicians for decades. It provides high amounts of vitamins and minerals and is administered over about ten minutes. A “Meyer’s” is frequently prescribed for patients experiencing several acute and chronic conditions, including colds, flu, asthma, migraine, and chronic fatigue.
HOW DO I KNOW IF I NEED OR CAN BENEFIT FROM ANY INTRAVENOUS THERAPIES?
Prior to any intravenous therapy, you would meet with one of our physicians for a physical exam and review of personal and family history. They would then determine if you had a condition that might benefit from one of the therapies.
We are happy to provide additional information or to help schedule appointments.
Monday thru Saturday
“I have experience working with a wide variety of patients, and will do my best to make your experience at Wholehealth Chicago a pleasant, and memorable one. My goal is for you to completely understand your treatment plan so that you may take personal responsibility for your path to improved health.”