Frequently Asked Questions
Here’s the list of our most frequently asked Riordan Clinic Questions. If you have a question you’d like answered and can’t find it in the list, please feel free to call us: 316-682-3100 or contact us.
- What type of doctors does the Riordan Clinic employ?
Our clinical team is made up of a variety of Medical Doctors (MD), Naturopathic Doctors (ND), Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) and currently a Physician's Assistant (PA-C). In our research and lab departments we have PhD level certifications in the Director roles. We also have a team of highly skilled Registered Nurses (RN) administering treatments as allowed by their certifications.
To learn more about our medical team and staff please visit: https://riordanclinic.org//doctors-staff/
- What kind of patients or problems do you see?
The Riordan Clinic has found success treating a wide variety of patients. This includes everything from preventative wellness to treating chronic illnesses. To find out if the Riordan Clinic would be a good fit for you, please give us a call at 1.800.447.7276.
- How do we evaluate a person?
The Riordan Clinic conducts an extensive medical history evaluation, lab testing and a consultation with a doctor. We do extensive biochemical evaluation, via nutrient lab testing, to determine individual biochemistry. We’re searching for the root causes of chronic illness and/or identifying early indicators of potential future issues to facilitate lifestyle change. Our diagnostic methods, combined with more than 40 years of history of successfully treating patients from around the world allow us to provide insightful patient/co-learner evaluation.
- How long before I can get an appointment?
It depends on the physicians’ schedule, generally we can arrange an appointment within 2-4 weeks.
- Can I pay for Riordan Clinic services at the end of the month?
Payment is due at the time of service. We accept: cash, check, and credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express).
- Does the Riordan Clinic submit my charges to insurance?
We provide you the itemized billing statements with diagnosis codes so you can submit the bills directly to your insurance. If you have any questions about how to fill out the paperwork please call 316-682-3100.
- Where do I go when I arrive for my appointment?
When you enter the Riordan Clinic campus from Hillside Street you will wind up a long driveway. At the end of the driveway you'll see a set of white Domes. The road ends in a circular driveway which leads into Dome 1. There is a sign on Dome 1 that says “Enter Here.” The staff at the front desk will check you in and advise you where to go or will call another staff over to escort you to your appointment or service. Dome 1 is also where you will find our Nutrient Store which is open to the public during clinic hours.
- If I am not local to one of the Riordan Clinic campuses, can you help me find a provider near me?
We strongly believe that our doctors are uniquely trained in this field. We are confident that those who travel to one of our offices will find the help that they need. To learn more about becoming a patient please visit: riordanclinic.org/new-patient-packages
Unfortunately we do not have a list of providers beyond our own with which we can provide referrals. There are a few websites that list providers and have a searchable database. ACAM.org, Orthomolecular.org and Icimed.com are all good sources to help in your search. Riordan Clinic does not help verify the information listed so we encourage you to do your research and ask questions when consulting an office that you find through your search.