Being truly well isn’t just feeling better. It’s functioning at your best. Holistic health means much more than simple symptom relief. That’s why when it comes to general medicine, we believe in medical care for the person as a whole and work to get to the root of the problem.
A Person-Centered Approach To Wellness
We take the time to listen to you and understand your needs carefully. We keep the whole person in focus in every aspect of our general medicine practice—from treating high blood pressure and diabetes to removing moles and bumps. We get to the bottom of “just not feeling right.”
Our hour-long new patient consults and half-hour follow-up visits (extendable when warranted), allow the time and space we need to fully utilize the expertise of our Board-Certified Family Medicine physicians instead of immediately referring new patients to outside specialists. When we do need to refer, we work with a comprehensive network of specialists including gastroenterologists, cardiologists, and neurologists.
MorningStar: Holistic Health For The Whole Family
At MorningStar, we serve patients age 8* and up, and work to meet your general medicine needs. Of course, we treat all illnesses as they present themselves, but we also focus on prevention. We work with you to help you not just avoid disease, but also to reach and maintain a state of wellness. By looking at your labs with you, explaining what they mean, and discussing your nutrition, exercise, and health and body goals, we help you move from just getting by to being the best you can be. We also offer in-depth Lifestyle Medicine Programs for those who are ready to take the next steps to Optimal Health.
For a holistic approach to general medicine, functional medicine and much more, you can rely on the caring professionals at MorningStar Family Health Center in Clinton, NJ. Meet our team, and find out more about how membership can save you money and time.
(*We may also see slightly younger children, depending on certain criteria – please contact our office to inquire further.)