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How to prepare for your appointment:
If this is your first appointment and you have questions regarding insurance or co-payments, we encourage you to call our office prior to booking an appointment. We can share the information needed to check with your insurance company for coverage prior to booking. We are happy to assist you 920.327.7056.
Complete the patient intake form, found here to the best of your ability before your appointment. Please print and bring with you. There is no need to send this to us in advance, we will use it during your first appointment.
Please bring your insurance card, any non-prescription supplement or vitamin bottles and any medical records from clinics or hospitals outside the Green Bay area that you feel are pertinent. Dr. Wagner does have access to medical records from most major clinics and medical centers in the greater Green Bay area. Also bring your completed intake form.
Learn more about Dr. Wagner’s integrative approach on nutrition through the practice of Eastern/Western medicine and how food is such an influence on our health here.
Read her health-related blogs, download a free resource guide filled with recipes, meal planner and allergy guides, read health related blogs and view online programs (Food for Fuel and Holistic Course) here.
What to expect during your appointment:
During the initial one-hour appointment, Dr. Wagner will do a thorough walk through of your intake form. You’ll discuss your health history, current symptoms, medications, lifestyle and start to develop a treatment plan that fits your goals. At the conclusion of the appointment, you’ll receive follow up instructions as well as a plan for your next steps to a sustainable healthy lifestyle.
How often will I need to see Dr. Wagner?
After your first 60-minute evaluation with Dr. Wagner, she recommends at least one follow-up to finalize your treatment plan and go over any labs that were ordered. After that, the number of appointments depends on the complexity of your case.