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Is Innovative Medicine right for you?

The New York Center for Innovative Medicine (NYCIM) seeks patients who understand the importance of taking a proactive role in their health and healing process. We fundamentally believe that the role of a doctor is not to provide health by means of mere prescription, but rather, to facilitate the healing process innate in each person. And this means absolute participation and dedication on behalf of each patient.

  • The NYCIM Coach / Athlete Approach – Just as the coach trains the athlete, but the athlete runs the race – so is our approach: The doctor treats the patients, but each patient must committedly make the journey. » Read more about the coach/athlete relationship

To help you, we’ve created three basic questions that help establish whether you are a good candidate.

Q1 – commitment & compliance

How committed are you to healing?

At the New York Center for Innovative Medicine, we understand healing starts from within, and the process of restoring health is a team effort between practitioners and patient. Acting as a coaching team, the entire medical staff at the center ensures you have the correct and personalized treatment plan, and that the patient must act as an athlete and show a level of dedication and commitment to the main objective: becoming fully healthy. This may require lifestyle adjustments, dietary changes, performing stress-reduction exercises, and most importantly, complying to the complete personalized program of treatment provided at the center.

Q2 – Expectations

Do you expect to heal overnight?

Often times, chronic conditions take many years to manifest even before symptoms show, and then may affect a patient in debilitating ways for a number of more years. To reverse the effects of such a long lingering problem will take time and dedication. There are no magic pills, and healing takes time for the body to recover to it’s pre-illness state. Fortunately, taking a tailored, “no-guess” approach can greatly reduce the time spent at the center, although the healing process will still not happen overnight.

“We need to realize that we need a longer-term view. We need a slower model of healing, because systems don’t change overnight. The objective is not an end to a particular symptom, although that symptom will resolve in process. Instead, the approach is to modify the entire system, not just to address a particular symptom.” – Dr. Kenneth R. Pelletier, MD

Q3 – Financial Responsibility

Are you willing to pay for quality healthcare?

Its a bleak truth, but the value of healthcare insurance is at it’s lowest ever. Since 2000, insurance premiums have more than doubled, yet the U.S. ranked worst in a recent study of developed nations healthcare systems for preventing deaths from treatable conditions (source: Commonwealth Fund, 2014).

At the New York Center for Innovative Medicine, we provide the highest quality, personalized medical care not found anywhere else in the world. Our proprietary systems and exclusive therapeutic options afford patients the ability to reverse their conditions where other approaches fell short. In order to accomplish this, the center does not accept insurance, and all treatments are paid out-of-pocket. This allows the freedom to provide each patient with exactly what they require in their unique program of treatment without red tape and any restrictions. It also greatly increases the value of treatment, and allows you to see exactly where your money is going.

If you are committed to healing, open to change, and ready to embrace the life of your creation, then you are a candidate for Innovative Medicine.

Learn more about NYCIM and how you may apply to become a patient

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