Where do I start?
To book an appointment please call 940-783-5761 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What insurances do you take?
We are a cash-based practice and we do not accept insurance. Most insurance companies would not cover what we do at Be Whole. We can give you a detailed receipt to turn into your insurance.
I live in Texas, but not in DFW, do you offer telemedicine visits?
Yes, we do offer telemedicine visits for those that do not live close enough to come visit us. We can send you for blood work if needed except for those who live in New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island.
If I am pregnant or breastfeeding, can I partake in the services?
We do not recommend partaking in the Infrared Sauna or detoxing if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. We can offer you suggestions for prenatal vitamins and nutrition.
What is functional medicine?
Functional medicine determines how and why illness occurs and restores health by addressing the root causes of disease for everyone.
How often should I use the Infrared Sauna?
At least once a week to see the best results. There is new research saying that 4 to 7 times a week for 20 mins is the extremely beneficial for overall health.
What do I need to bring/wear for the sauna?
Please arrive fully hydrated and bring water to drink after your sauna session. Towels will be provided. You can bring your own robe from home to wear while in the sauna.
Is the sauna co-ed?
You can choose to use the sauna with your significant other or friend. Each person will be charged for their own sauna session.
What is Infrared?
Infrared light (experienced as heat) is the invisible part of the sun’s spectrum with the ability to penetrate human tissue, providing a soothing, natural warmth. It is naturally occurring from the sun and is the basis for Sunlighten sauna therapy. It works to raise the core body temperature to produce a deep, detoxifying sweat at the cellular level where most toxins reside.
How safe is Infrared?
Infrared heat is completely safe and healthy for all living things. You can be exposed to infrared light for hours without the risk of burning. Infrared is naturally occurring output of the sun that does not contain the harmful UV rays associated with unprotected sunlight. In fact, infrared heat is so safe, it is used in hospitals to warm newborn infants.
What are the health benefits of the Infrared Sauna?
What is the difference between an infrared sauna and a traditional sauna?
Infrared heat saunas use heat instead of how traditional saunas use hot rocks or steam. Traditional saunas heat the air at extremely high temperatures which can make the experience unbearably hot and difficult to breathe. Because infrared heats the body directly instead of simply heating the air, infrared saunas are seven times more effective for detoxification.
How often can I get an IV?
We recommend getting an IV once a week is best. It depends on the person plus on how the IV therapy works for them. It can last on each person differently due to the type of IV, how many sessions one has done, and the patient’s body. Everyone is bio individual.
Can I get an IV if I’m pregnant?
We need an order from your Ob/Gyn that states what you can have via IV such has Zofran for nausea or IV fluids.
Are there any complications with getting an IV?
The most common side effects are bruising, soreness, and possible infection if not properly cared for at the injection area. Very rarely there can be blood clots, air embolism, or rashes.
How long does any IV take?
The entire process will take around 45 minutes to an hour depending on the size of the catheter we are able to get and which IV you pick. Due to safety purposes some IVs have to be given in larger volume IV bags so that can take longer to infuse.
What is the downtown after an IV?
None, you may return doing all regular activities after each treatment but listen to your body if it is wanting to rest. Be gentle using the area around where the IV site for at least 1 to 2 days post treatments. You can apply a cold pack on the area of injection for 10 to 20 minutes at a time.
How often can I get a lipotropic injection?
You can get an injection once a week. We have several different types of injections. Call or text the office for more information.