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October 15th 2015:Is There an Inner Revolution Happening in Medicine? Meet Drs. Duncan and Myers and See for Yourself!

Remember the good old days, when family doctors really knew you, paid house calls and had time to talk? Would you be willing to pay a reasonable monthly fee for that? What if the fee also covered basic services and same day appointments? This model exists. Direct Primary Care (DPC) is the latest model of family medicine and doctors around the country are experimenting with it. Because they are freed from billing insurance, they have more time for you. How does it work? How do specialists and insurance fit in? Are they all equal in their care for you? We’ve invited some practitioners to talk ab

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Dr. McClane Duncan

As a native of Utah, Dr. McClane Duncan grew up in a small farming community where, among the mountain streams and rugged peaks, he fell in love with nature. When cancer struck his family, he saw his father battle through surgery and chemotherapy only to become weaker and more susceptible to his cancer. Resolved to find a more sensible approach to medicine based on strengthening the body’s natural disease fighting ability, McClane received a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University and has other post-graduate training. Now he is a partner in Siskiyou Vital Medicine, Southern Oregon's first Direct Primary Care Clinic and the nation's first Naturopathic Direct Care Clinic. A D
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Dr. Blake Myers

A small town Iowa native, Blake values family, friends, good food and fishing. Wanting to be part of something larger than himself, he joined the Army where he served as a combat medic. Back in Iowa, while in pre-med at Iowa State, he became disenchanted with conventional medicine – largely because he witnessed its ineffectiveness, outside of emergencies, with the care of his grandparents. Once again, he searched for something greater than himself, a more effective and meaningful medicine. He found Bastyr University and the field of Naturopathic Medicine. Now a member of a profession with a rich history of healers, scholars, and visionaries, he brings this tradition to Southern Oregon as a p
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