Frequently Asked Questions

Is Dr. Lamkin a primary care physician?

Dr. Lamkin has almost fifteen years experience as a primary-care physician and also provides care for immediate needs including sick visits and injury assessments. Dr. Lamkin and his team will work with you closely as consultants and coaches for your full medical needs including preventive care to help you address the roots of any chronic health problems.

Can all the tests I need be done at The Lamkin Clinic?

MOST OF THE TESTING can be performed at The Lamkin Clinic. Some testing can be done through conventional laboratories and others are only available through specialty laboratories. During your medical consultation, your Dr. Lamkin will determine which tests are needed and then our nurses will review testing recommendations, instructions (for instance, fasting or non-fasting, etc.) and costs.

Your financial resources, and how much testing you want to do, are taken into account and the plan for testing is reviewed with you. Testing is frequently done to assess nutritional status including amino acids, fatty acids, oxidative stress, vitamin levels, mitochondrial function, food allergies, and heavy metals. Many other tests are available, including genetic testing for a variety of conditions, hormone evaluations, bone health, gastrointestinal health, adrenal function and many others.

Some testing can be performed at home with test kits to collect urine, saliva or stool. Others may require you to go to a local laboratory to draw the blood. In all cases, we will assist you in coordinating initial and follow-up testing. While the testing gives a more complete picture of your status, effective care can be implemented without it, or testing can be done over time. You should not let this prevent you from seeing Dr. Lamkin and his team.

Do I have to see the physician in person for my medical consultation?

No, Dr. Lamkin practices telemedicine. While we always enjoy seeing our patients face to face, much can be accomplished by communicating on the telephone. In today’s age, this is becoming more common. Depending on the situation, Dr. Lamkin may recommend that you have an exam.

Does the doctor prescribe medicines?

Dr. Lamkin is fully licensed and does prescribe medications whenever necessary. He is fully licensed and Board-certified.

Do you take insurance?

THE Lamkin Clinic does not accept insurance or Medicare, and we do not file insurance paperwork on your behalf. However, we will provide a detailed receipt for services performed for you to submit to your insurance carriers.

Many insurance carriers do cover medical services and laboratory tests performed by the Dr. Lamkin. However, because Dr. Lamkin is not in-network with any insurers, Payment in full by check, cash or credit card is due at the time services are provided.

Do you think you can help me with my health problem?

Dr. Lamkin uses an innovative systems approach to assessing and treating your health care concerns. Perhaps you have experienced being examined by your doctor, having blood tests done, x-rays or other diagnostic tests taken, only for your doctor to report back that “all your tests are normal”. Yet, both you and your doctor know that you are sick. Unfortunately, this experience is all too common.

Most physicians were trained to look only in specific places for the answers, using the same familiar labs or diagnostic tests. Yet, many causes of illness cannot be found in these places. The usual tests do not look for food allergies, hidden infections, environmental toxins, mold exposures, nutritional deficiencies and metabolic imbalances. New gene testing can uncover underlying genetic predispositions that can be modified through diet, lifestyle, supplements or medications.

Dr. Lamkin uses such testing to help his patients prevent illness and recover from many chronic and difficult to treat conditions. Our physicians are highly skilled in evaluating, assessing and treating chronic problems such as fibromyalgia, fatigue syndromes, autoimmune diseases, inflammatory disorders, mood and behavior disorders, memory problems, Parkinson’s disease and other chronic, complex conditions. We also focus on the prevention and treatment of heart disease, diabetes, dementia, hormonal imbalances and digestive disorders.

How much does it cost?

For more information about our fees, see our Practice Policies.

I am already working with a nutritionist. Do I need to see one at your office?

YES, WE DO RECOMMEND that all our patients see one of our nutritionists. The “medical nutrition” that they practice is very different from what most nutritionists do. Also, it is very important to review the food allergies with our nutritionist once they become available, because the situation can be very complicated and hard to manage without assistance.
What credit cards do you accept?

WE ACCEPT THE following credit cards:

  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Discover
  • American Express

It is important to maintain an active credit card on file with our office for billing of follow-up consultations, laboratory testing, and other services. Payment is expected at time of service.

What do I need to bring to the appointment?

YOU SHOULD BRING all your vitamins and medicines in their original containers if possible. Old medical records are also very helpful, but if possible, these should be sent prior to the appointment. Please download and bring the new patients forms to your first appointment.

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Please download and fill out the new patient forms and bring to your first appointment.

Where are you located?

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Whom do I contact to become a patient at The Lamkin Clinic?

OUR PHONE NUMBER at The Lamkin Clinic is: 405.266.5011. Our email address for general inquiries is connect [at] lamkinclinic [dot] com. All questions and concerns can be communicated via email or via phone.

Will I see other practitioners at The Lamkin Clinic?

Nutritional therapy is a vital component of your treatment plan. Following your initial medical consultation, you will meet with one of our nutritionists. They will provide recommendations based on your health concerns and tailor your diet based on medical evaluation and test results. You will follow-up with a nutritionist in person, by phone or email consultations.

Your location is inconvenient, what do I do?

Click Here to request an appointment and one of our staff will contact you to schedule an appointment.


The Lamkin Clinic
Edmond, OK 73034
Phone: 405-285-4762
Fax: 405-285-4352

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