Our IV room and the clinic. as a whole, were clean and comfortable. I especially enjoyed the fresh fruit served at breakfast. Good quality, organic, and so very tasty. The food preparers worked hard to make sure that my dietary needs were fulfilled as I have a few food intolerances. Because of this, I felt my meals were a bit bland and boring, but I also understand their position on my dietary restrictions.
The staff from food prep to nurses to doctors, even the gentleman who greeted us at the door each morning--so pleasant and so willing to help make one comfortable. I found the nurses to be very competent and also willing to take the time to use the language translation on their phones when communicating with me. We were checked on regularly. The staff kept our IV going consistently, and I knew there were many days when they probably went home very tired because of their diligence at the clinic.
The doctor, Dr. Martinez, was amazing. He laughed with us, joked with us, answered any questions we had, listened very carefully to our concerns and spent time with us. His knowledge seems to be never ending. It was all so interesting. There is not a single doctor in the U.S. who will spend more than 10 to 15 minutes with a patient. Dr. Martinez really studied my blood work. He found things that the U.S. doctor had managed to skip over with her glance at the paperwork in her hands. She missed a bladder infection among some other very important factors--factors in which Dr. Martinez addressed. He was never rushed and always asked us how we felt. He came in several times during the day.
Dr. Martinez was my sole reason for attending this clinic. From the very first time I requested information, he never ignored a call, text, or email. He usually responded within 20 minutes at the most. He was thorough, patient and extremely knowledgeable.
He also appeared to have a good relationship with other staff members. They all seemed to work well together.
The business office also went far beyond what would be expected of them. Their willingness to work with us really helped. One of them actually brought up her laptop to make it easier for me to contact my banking institution.
Our hotel room was reserved for us and a daily ride to and from the clinic was taken care of--again, all through the work of a member of the staff there at the clinic. Every thing that could possibly be done to help us feel comfortable was done by the staff members. It was like a stress-free vacation for me. Although, I didn't want to spend quite so much on the hotel, I will say that with the van service to and from the clinic each day, and the connected restaurant which had really good food, it all worked out quite well.
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Previous Treatments : None
Diet : Gluten Free, Low Sugar
Improvements : Pain, General mood, Other, I think it is too early to recognize some of the improvements at this time, but. . . My husband has enjoyed improved, increased joint flexibility without pain. His skin cancer seems to be healing. I have just generally felt lighter, although I am still in the process of flushing out some toxins and have suffered with a few migraines in the past week. I need a few more days to feel at home and see just what changes are taking place. (Generally speaking, I am not a good traveler, or should I say, my body is not the best of travelers.) Of course, I cannot say for sure, but I believe great strides have been made in my over-all health. My husband and I are taking the supplements prescribed; we are eating a healthy diet, and we continually talk about what we want to be like during the next part of our life. We're in our 70s and figure we have another 30 years of good health in us. It is our desire to plan wisely and try to visit the clinic once every couple of years to deal with any little health problems that may arise.