Scheduling a Consultation:
First: Download the New Patient Form, fill it out, and send it to us with your medical records—especially your most recent PET scans and blood work.
If you are out of town: Upon receipt of your records, we will call you to schedule a 60-90 minute initial consultation ($350) with Dr. Andrew Dickens to answer your questions and talk about what might be the most appropriate approach for your individual cancer. Let us know if you want recommendations for hotels and restaurants.
If you are in town: We will schedule a 60-90 minute initial consultation ($350) with Dr. Dickens to review your medical records and health history, answer your questions, and discuss the most appropriate approach for treating your individual cancer.
Identify the Cause of the Cancer
"First Fix the Leak"
We’ll perform several tests that check for common causes of cancer, including:
- Infected teeth that affect the associated body meridian
- Heavy metals
- Low thyroid
- Sympathetic nervous system dominance
Customized Treatment Plan
We will work with you to formulate a comprehensive plan, taking into consideration your preferences, your needs, your timetable, and the uniqueness of your particular cancer. In our initial consultation, we are especially interested in honing in on which normal repair and healing mechanisms are broken. Our protocol centers on non-toxic modalities which enable the body to heal itself by normalizing its natural regulatory, repair, and defense mechanisms.
Call us at 480-699-7400 to schedule your initial consultation.
What happens when I am finished at the clinic and I go home?
At Dayspring, we believe recovery is a team effort. We have an at-home aftercare program that begins once you return home from the clinic. You may call us at any time with questions or concerns. We offer a Cancer Treatment Supplemental Support Protocol that is customized specifically for you. Before you leave the clinic, we will instruct you on how to properly administer the at-home protocol. You will need to have your primary physician order routine blood work, sometimes specialty blood work, PET scans, and/or X-rays as needed. It is important to maintain these tests so that we can monitor your progress.