Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Health Institute! Here, we offer a unique approach to our patients – a combination of Integrative and Conventional medicine. Our focus is on science, evidence-based medicine and research, but we use an approach that features an intensive focus on the individual patient and their unique health needs.
Our treatment modalities range from conventional medicine to integrative medicine, as well as specialized treatments and technologies – some that have been poorly studied in the conventional world of medicine, but are highly effective and proven safe by medical societies. In a world where conventional medicine has been unable to solve many of the chronic disease issues so many of our patients face, we use a unique approach to diagnosing and treating our patients, physically and emotionally. Chronic pain and the opioid epidemic may require acupuncture, PEMF therapy, Near Infrared Light, IV Ketamine, Neurobiofeedback, supplements, and emotional therapy to overcome.
For example, our average first patient visit is 60-120 minutes. Many other practitioners are limited by time and insurance regulations. We believe in spending time and energy to accurately diagnose and treat our patients, supporting them in every aspect of true health and wellness.
At this time, we do not accept third party insurance. You will be responsible for any fees at the time of your service. We accept check, cash, or credit card, and we can provide you with a receipt to submit to your insurance company. We also do not participate with medicaid/medicare. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Dr Vickers has an undergraduate degree in microbiology/biochemistry with emphasis on Virology, including research in Herpes Simplex Virus, Cytomegalovirus, plasmid vector molecular genetics, and parasitology of T cruzi. He completed medical school at New York Medical College, went on to train in Internal Medicine. and then trained in Anesthesiology/Pain/Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was elected Chief Resident. He also has an interest in medical mission work traveling to Haiti, Caribbean health clinics, and orphanages. Since medical school, he has had his own experience of chronic disease, including celiac disease, persistent Lyme and other vector-borne diseases, and Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome/PostLyme Syndrome, which has led him on this journey of more comprehensive and integrative treatments for chronic disease. He has also spent many years in competitive athletics, including an olympic campaign, which has fueled his passion for sports and exercise physiology. Lastly, he has a passion for brain injury and wellness including Past President of the Neurobiofeedback Research Foundation, and creating a Lyme Foundation focusing on research in Neurologic aspects of Lyme, QEEG and Loretta analysis of NeuroLyme, PostTreatment Lyme Syndrome and helping families in Maryland get diagnosed and manage symptoms of PostTreatment Lyme. His own family has gone thru mold illness/CIRS and experienced two remediation efforts.
Our office is created as a healing environment. We have Air Oasis air filtration with HEPA filtration, low sensitivity cleaning chemicals, low VOC paint and flooring, Soraa lightning, and a HERSTMI mold index less than 6 that is suitable for patients with mycotoxin illness and low MSH hormone. This all is to help our patients who have multiple chemical sensitivities and mold illness.