Functional Medicine & Wellness

FAQ

Omnia Health’s unique approach provides the best of both worlds: a traditional medicine background with a functional medicine approach. This is what makes us different and this is why our patients get results.

We apply a deep-dive process to look at your whole health picture, pinpoint the root cause of your concern, and create an individualized health plan to resolve the issue. Many people come to us with chronic illness, frustrated by lack of results from traditional, conventional medicine.

What else sets us apart? Our patient relationships! We’re very accessible and involved. For example, we get to know our patients better during hour-long appointments versus the standard 15-minute visit. We start by listening to you, then using a team approach to meet your health goals.

At Omnia Health, we don’t treat diseases, we treat people. That’s how functional medicine works. That said, our patients come to us with a variety of health challenges.

To pinpoint the root cause, we start with a comprehensive health history, listen to your concerns, take a close look at lifestyle factors, and ask you to undergo laboratory testing. This insight enables us to create your personalized health plan – and help us guide you to improved health.

Examples of health issues we treat with a functional medicine approach include:

  • Allergies including food allergies and sensitivities
  • Autoimmune diseases including arthritis, Hashimoto’s disease, celiac, and multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Biotoxin illnesses (mold illness)
  • Chronic reflux
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Fatigue and feeling “foggy”
  • Gastrointestinal (GI) issues including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), small intestinal bacteria overgrowth (SIBO), and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Health and Wellness optimization and disease prevention
  • Heavy-metals toxicity
  • Hormones- PMS, menopause, peri-menopause, and hormone replacement therapy.
  • Hyperuricemia
  • Metabolic diseases including Type 2 diabetes
  • Thyroid diseases 
  • Weight management challenges

Assuming you are motivated and committed to follow your health plan and adjust lifestyle factors, you should achieve optimal higher functioning. Our patients report having more energy, more clarity of thought, better mood stability, and optimized weight management. Functional medicine is a two way street.

We’re here to do the testing, educate you, and guide you toward the right foods, supplements and medicine when necessary but then you need to do your part. That starts with clear and direct communication with us so we can get to the core issues you are facing. We never pressure or shame a patient or but we do whatever we can to give you that gentle nudge to keep you inspired and self-motivated.

We are open Monday-Thursday from 8:30AM-5:00PM. If you are coming in without an appointment to pick up supplements, prescriptions, tests or to ask a question we encourage you to always give the office a call before you stop by. We’re excited to teach you more about our functional medicine approach to your wellbeing! Contact us here.

Yes! Many of our patients use their FSA/HSA to pay for membership fees, specialty tests, and supplements. We are happy to provide any additional information you may need.

We offer both standard blood work and specialty testing to help create a comprehensive picture of your health. A personalized testing plan will be recommended by your Omnia Health practitioner. Some of our most frequently prescribed specialty tests assess nutrient levels, cortisol, hormones, microbiome health, mold toxicity and toxic metal levels.

Functional medicine in Denver works best with real data. That’s why we always say, “We don’t guess, we test!”

Lab tests and blood work (Omnia patients get direct lab pricing; refer to the FAQs below):

  • Nutritional supplements (based on your test results, we may recommend medical-grade supplements)
  • Prescription medications and over-the-counter (OTC) medications
  • Specialist care (e.g., cardiology, pulmonary, rheumatology)
  • Emergency care/after-hours care (emergency care needs should be addressed by

We do not bill health insurance. Patients pay fees to Omnia Health directly for programs, one-time office visits, other services, and nutritional supplements. Upon requests we provide receipts, which you may choose to submit to your insurance company. As a reminder, you pay for lab testing directly; you may choose to submit those receipts to your health insurance company. Check with your insurance company to clarify which lab tests are covered. Functional medicine is about digging deeper into the core causes of the health issues you may be facing. And, that effort takes time. Typical health insurance does not cover this approach.

We’ve found that having access to our health team – Dr. Jacqui Pariset, Gia (our nurse practitioner), and our health coaches – helps to keep an open dialogue and helps our patients maintain momentum throughout their program. We encourage our patients to email Omnia team members with any questions they may have throughout the duration of their program.

Yes, by all means! We have a large number of patients who live throughout Colorado, along with a surprising number of patients who live in other states. We request that your initial visit is in-person. All follow-up consultations can be virtual via our Telemedicine technology. So whether you live in Englewood, Golden, Littleton, Loveland, or anywhere in the Denver area, we’d love to see you. If you’re not sure if the distance is going to be an issue, we offer a complimentary 15-minute phone consultation to see what we can do to help!

Life happens. We ask that you respect our time, and we will respect yours. Please let us know as soon as possible if you need to cancel or change an appointment. We will do the same.

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