Our prescribers work closely with behavioral health clinicians to create person-centered treatment plans for long-lasting relief. And we support Med Card use (if it's right for you).
Is KindlyMD for me?
Our patients want a say in their healthcare, but love having plenty of guidance from their provider to create a plan that feels good. Find the ideal blend of traditional & holistic medicine to reduce prescription use over time.
"Great experience and great staff. I felt welcomed and had all of my questions answered with dignity, integrity, and respect! Thank you for helping me get the help I need!"
"My QMP made me feel at ease...I appreciated that she treated me as a mutual and not as just another name on a chart. She went above and beyond by also recommending a good physical therapist and other methods to address my pain management."
"Excellent, kind, friendly, and very helpful customer/patient care! Definitely will recommend going here to anyone who is looking into alternative health relief!"
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between KindlyMD and a traditional pain or medication clinic?
At KindlyMD, we understand that a cold turkey approach to reducing medications just doesn’t work, and many times, additional relief is needed. In addition to prescribing and helping to reduce prescription drugs, we educate our patients on alternative treatment options throughout the process.
Can I get all of my medications prescribed through my KindlyMD provider?
In addition to card recommendations, KindlyMD providers can prescribe pain medications (Percocet, OxyContin, etc.), depression and anxiety medication (Prozac, Xanax, Ativan, Lexapro, etc.), ADHD medication and stimulants (Adderrall, Vyvanse, etc.), sleep medications (Lunesta, Ambien, etc.), weight loss injections (Ozempic, Mounjaro, etc.), and erectile dysfunction medications (Viagra, Cialis, etc.), just to name a few.
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