Make an appointment with the new FEMM telehealth service.

We are happy to consult with you about:

FEMM Telehealth is an affordable and convenient way to access medical care. Get treatment for a range of symptoms and conditions from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Our FEMM trained doctors are happy to work with you to diagnose and treat your underlying conditions and restore your health. Symptoms that indicate a hormonal imbalance include:

Have further questions regarding FEMM Telehealth and how it works?
Please reach out to!

Dr. Danielle Koestner
is a family medicine DO with expertise in reproductive health care, women’s health, and fertility. A fellow of the RHRI, Dr. Koestner is trained in the FEMM and RHRI protocols for the management of women’s health. Dr. Koestner offers telehealth services in a variety of US States.

Licensed states: Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Dr. Lindsay Rerko is a family medicine DO with experience in reproductive health care, women’s health management, and labor and delivery. A Fellow of the RHRI, Dr. Rerko is trained in the FEMM and RHRI protocols for the diagnosis and treatment of women’s health. Dr. Rerko offers telehealth and in-person health care services and appointments in Ohio.

Licensed states: Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania

Julie Baltz, MHS, PA-C offers over 25 years of internal medicine experience with all age groups.  Welcoming consultations with restorative endocrinology to improve and restore health to the body’s natural functioning. We love to work as a team with your current primary provider or OB/GYN.  Following evidence based guidelines of the Reproductive Health Institute, Julie can help you understand your physiology. With additional education in exercise physiology, she can also help advance sports training in athletic performance based on understanding hormonal health.

Licensed states: Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Ohio

James Tuljus, PA-C provides restorative reproductive health care for men and women and is trained in FEMM and RHRI protocols. James realized the effectiveness of the science behind FEMM when these protocols quickly helped to correct issues that were making it difficult for him and his wife to conceive. James is passionate about providing personalized care using cutting edge, evidence based medicine.

Licensed states: Kansas, Michigan, Ohio

Cynthia DeKuiper, CNP is a FEMM medical provider based in Twin Lake, MI, USA.

Licensed states: Idaho, Michigan, Montana, Ohio, Tennessee, Wyoming

Maureen McCarthy, CNP is a Family Nurse Practitioner with expertise in endocrinology, reproductive health care, men’s and women’s health, and fertility. She recently completed a 16 month medical fellowship in Women’s Reproductive Health. Maureen is trained in FEMM and RHRI protocols, and offers telehealth services in a variety of US States.

Licensed states: Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Ohio

Common Telehealth Questions:

Telehealth allows you to have a consultation with a medical provider by phone or video chat. You need to have a strong phone or video connection for your Telehealth appointment. Medical care, consultation, and support can be provided through telehealth just like a normal in-person visit. If your provider needs to see you for a physical exam, they will let you know during the consultation.

A certified FEMM teacher can work with you online so that you can learn about your health and cycles. FEMM charting is important because it provides you with insight into how your body works, and allows you to identify if your symptoms or charting pattern require medical support.

FEMM can also link you to a FEMM trained clinician, in order to allow you to receive a full health assessment. Assessments typically  include a review of your charting information, health history, an order for lab tests, the possible need for a physical consultation, and ongoing telehealth care. If your provider is able to offer you a diagnosis, they can also prescribe you medication or other pharmacological treatments.

Anyone is eligible for a FEMM Telehealth consultation. Your provider will meet you virtually, and if any in-person session is required, will meet with you for an in-person consultation. 

If you have insurance or Medicaid in the United States, your telehealth consultation will likely be covered. 

If you do not have insurance or Medicaid (or if you are outside the United States), the cost per consultation is $199.

Financial assistance for those consultations is available based on need.

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