James T. Webber, MD
Our office invites persons who have a desire to live a better quality of life. Not only do we seek to restore one's vitality and sense of well-being, but we also seek to find the underlying cause of the disorder and correct that. Generally, a thorough history is taken. Ninety percent of the time the diagnosis is made on the history alone. Then, the patient is examined and shown the physical findings verifying the diagnosis. Except for a few laboratory tests identifying infectious agents, the laboratory is not critical in making the diagnosis. We will order tests to confirm things if the patient desires, or if the financial ability is adequate, we can and will look for data Once the diagnosis is made, a problem list is formulated and an ACTION PLAN is made, giving very specific instructions. A follow-up appointment is made, and the patient is seen again. New adjustments are made to the patientís response to the treatment and/or new therapies are introduced. Once the patientís goals have been achieved, and the patient is stable, only two appointments per year are required. This policy guarantees that new developments in care and new knowledge become incorporated.
5059 Newport Ave. #215 -
San Diego, CA - 92107 Phone: (619) 224-3225