Yes. My office requires you to review and agree to a “Consent for Homeopathy” form (see “contact us”, forms section) before receiving homeopathic treatment. This form clarifies several issues around expectations and intent. It explains that the purpose of our consultation is homeopathic care and it reminds you that I am not replacing your primary care physician. My liability insurance company also stipulates that you sign an “Arbitration Agreement” form that clarifies malpractice expectations and formally inserts an agreement to arbitrate all claims with a neutral mediator. This form is reviewed at the time of our office visit and is available through my receptionist.
Will I need to sign a Consent form?