Telemedicine

Telemedicine is defined by the American Academy of Family Medicine as practice of medicine using technology to deliver care at a distance. A physician in one location uses a telecommunications infrastructure to deliver care to a patient at a distant site. With recent worldwide health events, we recognize more than ever that it is important to have the ability to support our patients more than just the traditional office visits. The NWHSU Bloomington Clinic continues to offer telehealth visit with our Chinese medicine, chiropractic, and nutrition, and naturopathic medicine providers. With telemedicine and NWHSU Bloomington Clinic, our goal is to meet the patient where they are to allow for continued progress toward reaching their healthcare goals. Even if the provider cannot be in the same room with the patient providing hands on care, they are still able to support you in your journey in other was as listed below.

Disclaimer: Please note that these services may not be covered by your health insurance plan and maybe the responsibility of the patient. We will do our best to inform the patient if the visit will be out of pocket or covered by their insurance prior to the visit. These services are primarily offered to new patients and are not allowed as part of our Chinese Medicine Student Clinic.

Chinese Medicine
  • Herbal medicine consultations
  • Lifestyle modification recommendations
  • Nutritional recommendations
Chiropractic
  • Prescribe exercise you can do at home
  • Nutritional recommendations
  • Supplement recommendations
  • Lifestyle modification recommendations
Naturopathic Medicine
  • Review current treatment plan results
  • Review labs results
  • Supplement, lifestyle, or nutritional recommendations
Nutrition
  • Meal planning
  • Nutrition recommendations
  • Supplement recommendations
  • Lifestyle modification recommendations

Telemedicine Fees

The fees for all telemedicine services are based on the length of your session.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, email at bncc@nwhealth.edu or,
Call: 952-885-5444