Tele-appointments available for those who are unable to make it into the office.
60 minute Appointment $125
30 minute Mini Appointment $65
(prices will increase January 1, 2022 to $150/60 min and $80/30min)
Highly Sensitive Patients
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome
Underlying Chronic Coinfections (viral infections, tick borne illnesses, mold exposure)
Please read our cancellation policy here.
We do not take insurance. Our services are cash based. A superbill can be requested after your appointment, but this is not guarantee of reimbursement.
Dr. Patty Stott DPT, PT, MS, ATC, CHT and Tom Stott, CSCS are both trained in functional medicine along with their background in Physical Therapy. They specialize in working within certain patient populations to offer individualized, specific, researched care. Dr. Patty Stott works primarily with the highly sensitive patient, patients with Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder/Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, Dysautonomia, and underlying co-infections as mentioned above. Tom works primarily with our endurance athletes looking to improve overall health.
To learn more about EDS specific consultations click here.
What is Holistic Medicine?
"Whole"istic medicine is designed to uncover the “why” of disease in looking at the "whole" of a person. It identifies and addresses the upstream causes of illness and resolves the downstream effects.
The problem with traditional Western medicine is that it’s designed to treat signs and symptoms, mostly through pharmaceuticals, which can cause their own issues in the form of side effects.
Holistic medicine uncovers and addresses the original cause of those signs and symptoms and returns you to a place of balance. We do this by looking at every aspect of your life that contributes to your health and well being, from what you put into your body to your sleep, activity, and even thought patterns.
Using this information, we create a customized treatment program designed to get you back in balance.
It’s like hitting the reset button on your health.
What is involved in a typical treatment in Holistic Medicine?
There really isn’t a “typical treatment” in holistic medicine because we don’t use standardized approaches or protocols.
Instead, you’re treated as an individual with unique needs.
In general, we’ll spend your initial 60-minute session going over your intake paperwork and developing your profile. We’ll go over options for lifestyle adjustments that could improve your health, and discuss ways you can make those changes.
During subsequent sessions, we’ll review how you’re doing (physically and emotionally) and make any necessary adjustments to your treatment plan. From time to time it might be helpful to order one or more tests to shed more light on your specific issues. If so, we’ll go over what tests are recommended and why, and will help you make decisions about whether and how to get them done.
What's My Role?
If holistic medicine doesn’t rely on drugs to restore health, then what’s the client’s role?
In order for any intervention to be successful, you’ve got to be willing to make changes in your life and stick to them. We're here to guide and support you every step of the way, but we can’t promise that the road will always be easy. Big results may require big changes.
By working with us, you’re making a serious commitment to your health. Yet the rewards will far surpass any difficulties you may have in the transition.
If you’re part of a package plan (see below), you’ll not only have our support, you’ll also be part of a social media community who can share their own tips, tricks, and encouragement.
Making a healthy lifestyle shift requires a commitment not only of energy, but also of time. We'll try to make things as easy as possible by recommending meal plans and recipes, along with exercise options, to fit your schedule.
As long as you’re willing to make time for yourself and your health, you will see results!
What Will Be Addressed In My Plan?
Holistic medicine is effective because it is thorough. Your overall health can be influenced by many factors. Topics that could be addressed include (but are not limited to): nutrition, sleep, exercise, stress relief, and general lifestyle habits.
Are You the Right Practitioner For Me?
Owing to our extensive background in health and fitness, we work with a variety of people, and we don’t turn anyone away.
Our specialties lie in two areas:
Dr. Patty's fellow zebras (those with hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, MAST Cell Activation Disorder, Autonomic Dysfunction, underlying coinfections and/or exposures such as mold, tick borne illnesses, and other chronic viral infections)
Tom's fellow serious athletes looking to reset their health for more efficient training and better results
That said, we welcome all who are ready to take an active role in their healing, and we treat each of our clients with the same high level of individualized care.
In addition to the services discussed on this website, Patricia Stott is also licensed by the Pastoral Medical Association to offer Pastoral Science & Medicine services (PS&M). PS&M services are not state licensed or regulated by the state and do not include the diagnosis or treatment of disease nor the prescription of pharmaceutical drugs or controlled substances.