VERMONT INTEGRATIVE MD

Combining traditional primary care services with integrative medicine

WHAT IS INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE?

Integrative Medicine combines the best of conventional medicine and complementary alternative medicine to treat the entire individual. It takes into account all the different aspects
of a person's health including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. There is a large
focus on prevention and the goal of treatment is to target and treat the root of disease, not only to treat symptoms.

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DR. SEPINOUD BAZEL

Dr. Sepinoud Bazel is a family medicine physician who also specializes in integrative medicine. 

Dr. Bazel has over seven years of experience working as a family medicine physician in the state of Vermont. She is passionate about holistic care which led her to pursue an additional certification in Integrative Medicine. 
 

“My vision is to help patients achieve their optimal health by addressing the entire individual through a combination of conventional medical practices and integrative techniques.”

-Dr. Bazel

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Putting Patients First

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Customized and Comprehensive

Frequently asked questions

What is Integrative Medicine?


Integrative Medicine combines the best of conventional medicine and complementary alternative medicine to treat the entire individual. It takes into account all the different aspects of a person's health including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. There is a large focus on prevention and the goal of treatment is to target and treat the root of disease, not only to treat symptoms.




How does the practice work?


The practice is membership based with a monthly or annual fee. We do not accept health insurance as a form of payment. The membership fee includes any visits you need including an annual physical. You do not need to pay a co-pay or any additional fees at each visit.




What are the benefits of a membership-based practice?


In a traditional primary care model, doctors have limited time to see patients. Visits are often only 15 minutes or 30 minutes long due to constraints placed by our healthcare insurance model. Usually the focus of the visit is an acute problem or management of an ongoing chronic problem. Because of the shortened time span of the visits, doctors are forced to usually focus on ongoing medication management, making referrals, etc. and therefore, have minimal time to discuss lifestyle interventions which is often the key for making real progress in one's health.




Do I need health insurance?


You should still have some form of health insurance in case you need to see a specialist or receive care in the emergency room or hospital. Health insurance will also help pay for your medications, labs or imaging you may need, or any care you may need outside of Vermont Integrative MD.





OFFICE HOURS

Monday, Tuesday: 10 am to 6 pm

 

Wednesday:  Noon to 6 pm

 

Thursday: 9 am to 6 pm.

 

Friday: No office hours. Available by phone all day and for urgent appointments if needed.

 

If you need to be seen outside these hours, we will make arrangements to do so.

802-307-1588

©2019 by Vermont Integrative MD, PLLC. 

Proudly serving patients across Chittenden County, Vermont and beyond including Burlington, South Burlington, Shelburne, Charlotte, Williston and Hinesburg.

20 Kimball Ave. Suite 303 

South Burlington, VT 05403

Phone: 802-495-5817

Fax: 802-307-1588

vtintegrativemd@gmail.com