Here are some of the frequently asked questions we get at the Wholeness Center. Click on the plus sign to learn more about each topic.
Initial visits lengths are practitioner dependent but can vary from forty-five minutes to one and half hours, at which time your team member will take a detailed history of your health concerns. They may choose to do a physical exam, explore a therapeutic counseling session, perform acupuncture, order lab work or other tests. If you have already had tests done you may choose to bring a copy of them with you. Some natural medications or supplements may be prescribed and a treatment plan will be devised at this time.
The practitioners at Wholeness Center inspire, educate and empower their patients to build a strong foundation of health for children and their families. As a team, we teach each patient to choose dietary and lifestyle habits that promote optimal health while using state of the art therapies that are safe and effective. Together, your family and our team will begin a journey to find and correct the underlying cause of illness. Additionally, as holistic medical practitioners, we recognize that physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of imbalance must be addressed in order to restore optimal health.
The patient portal is a free service that is part of our state of the art electronic medical records. After you schedule your initial visit you will be given your own unique log in for access to your confidential portal. You can access your personal portal by visiting www.charmphr.com and entering your personal log in and
Our practitioners employ the best of both conventional and holistic approaches to care. We are dedicated to finding the right mix of these options that makes the most sense for you. Beyond that, we have created a model of collaborative care that offers you a true working partnership with your provider. We do not offer a standard treatment style or approach. Rather, we listen deeply to what you want and create a plan personalized for you. At this point, we are the only clinic in the United States offering this blend of professionals, services and collaboration.
For initial appointments please call (970) 221- 1106 and select option 1. For follow-up appointments, please call (970) 221-1106 and select option 2.
Yes! Because of our unique approach Wholeness Center has many patients out of state and even out of the country. Visit our Comprehensive Assessment Program page or call our Clinical Programs Director at (970) 221-1106 ext. 301 for more specific information about your unique needs.
We have a federally approved non-profit, The Foundation for the Whole Child. This has 501(C)3 status that makes your donations tax deductable. In the short term, we will use these funds to offer scholarships to needy children and young adults (up to 25) for treatment at Wholeness Center. In the future, we have a vision of a residential treatment center for children with chronic illness of any type.
Please contact our Practice Manager at 970-221-1106 xt 202. We very much appreciate any support that you can offer, as we want to be part of the safety net for our community.
Guided imagery is an active non-invasive mind and body therapy, which draws on the imagination. The power of the mind to influence the body is well recognized by the medical profession, and positive effects in emotional and physical health are well documented. Guided imagery can take the forms of: (a) general healing images, (b) receptive imagery, or (c) active imagery.
Naturopathic Medicine is a system of medicine which has the primary goal of removing the obstacles to healing the body, mind and soul in the least invasive, most effective way possible. We are natural medicine specialist and are highly trained to bridge the conventional medicine model with the natural medicine model of health and healing.Naturopathic Doctors (N.D.s) are trained in conventional biomedical disciplines such as neurology, gynecology, radiology, physical medicine, pediatrics, immunology, internal medicine and pharmacology but emphasize the use of herbal medicine, nutritional medicine, lifestyle adjustments, exercise, hydrotherapy and homeopathy.
Yoga is not a religion, but an ancient philosophy describing how to live well. It is commonly translated as “the union of mind, body, and spirit,” and today considered as an active non-invasive mind and body therapy. Yoga embodies movement, breathing exercises, meditation, sensory withdrawal, morality, healthy habits, concentration, and self-realization.
If you need to change an appointment please call our front office and they will assist you.
If you have a last-minute change, we do require one full business day (24 hours) notice for follow up appointments and two full business days (48 hours) for new patient visits to cancel or reschedule. If we do not receive this notice prior to your appointment there will be a fee assessed, except in case of emergencies or extenuating circumstances.