At Lam Clinic, we believe that your body has the intrinsic ability to heal itself with the right natural tools. We also believe that conventional allopathic medicine has an important role to contribute to whole person care. We are integrative physicians trained to focus, not on symptoms that mask underlying concerns, but the root cause that is the source of the problem. This functional approach to medicine, along with integrating conventional and natural medicine, makes our practice uniquely qualified to handle your complex medical conditions when conventional medicine has given up or offers no tangible solution for you.

If you want someone who listens, understands, and respects your body’s wisdom and believes in its self-healing ability, then Integrative functional medicine is what you need for optimal health. This is not about pushing prescription medications and following protocols that only works for the masses, but about personalization and tailored medical care to fit each body’s unique short and long term needs.

We are able to provide the best tools and knowledge in lifestyle, and orthomolecular and nutritional medicine, in order to get your health to its most optimal functioning.


Our mission at Lam Clinic is to serve, empower, and educate patients to embrace vitality and wellness for the whole person physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.


Preventive, functional, and integrative medicine available to all, helping each person empower wholeness and embrace wellness.


To become an eClinic patient, we will schedule your initial appointment as an audio-visual telemedicine office visit. Just call +1 (714) 709 8000 to request an appointment.


Carrie Lam, MD


Co-Founder, Medical Director

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Jeremy Lam, MD

Jeremy Lam, MD

Co-Founder, Integrative Physician

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Michael Lam, MD

Michael Lam, MD

Senior Advisor, Nutritional Coach

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Justin Lam

Justin Lam

Nutritional Coach

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Dorine Lam

Dorine Lam

Registered Dietician

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is NeuroEndoMetabolic Nutritional Program?

NeuroEndoMetabolic (NEM) Nutritional Program is a holistic and natural approach to help the body overcome chronic symptoms of stress. It provides a big picture view to the whole body and has successful outcomes helping people regain their vitality. The NEM Stress Response is composed of 6 different circuits and 12 organ or systems that work together to combat stress. When the circuits become overwhelmed, they become dysfunctional and both neuroendocrine and metabolic symptoms occur. NEM Nutritional Program identifies the root cause of all your symptoms and builds your body from the ground up nutritionally. Read more here.

2. Do you accept insurance?

We can bill Medicare, Aetna, Humana, and Health Net insurances that are PPO. Call us at Lam Clinic to see if your insurance is eligible. If you have other types of insurances other than the ones above, we can provide you with a claim summary that you can submit to your insurance company. Usually patients will need a private insurance policy with out of network coverage to secure reimbursements. Typically, a private PPO insurance policy is ideal to have a chance at securing insurance reimbursements, but the results vary from policy to policy and nothing is guaranteed based on a multitude of variables such as insurance carrier, level of coverage, out of network deductible, etc. To determine if you have the adequate level of coverage and benefits to potentially secure insurance reimbursements for treatments received at the Lam Clinic, we recommend you sign up for a free case evaluation with Medical Bill Gurus, where they will sit down to review your policy and go over the process. Feel free to give them a call at 1-800-674-7836 or email to sign up for a free case evaluation.

3. Do you work with patients outside of California?

Yes, I offer long-distance telemedicine consultations internationally and to these states in America: Florida, Indiana, Arizona, California, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New York, Michigan, Colorado, Washington, Illinois, and Texas.

4. How long does it take to heal?

This depends on a few factors like the complexity of your case, the sensitivity of your body, the length of time you’ve dealt with your symptoms, and your devotion to the treatment plan. Generally, the program will take 6 to 12 months, but most patients start feeling more stable within the first 2 months.

5. How much does it cost?

NeuroEndoMetabolic Nutritional Program is for anybody who wants to embrace wellness. It is not just for the wealthy as normal working class people are the majority of our patients. Not all cases are accepted because we want to help patients who are motivated to improve their health. Price depends on the complexity of your case, the amount of lab testing needed, the frequency of follow up visits, and individualized therapy plans for each person that includes the combination of nutraceuticals and medication titration. We would like to make NEM Nutritional Program affordable to most people as we understand the need is great.

6. How can I learn if I am a good candidate for NeuroEndoMetabolic Nutritional Program?

The best way to find out if you are a good fit is to schedule a free initial health evaluation with Dr. Carrie Lam, MD where she will be able to learn more about your goals and needs and determine which NeuroEndoMetabolic circuit has a dysfunction and needs nutritional therapy. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you have with no obligation. That will also be the time to evaluate if your case will be accepted. The next step is the full comprehensive consultation, where Dr. Carrie Lam, MD would go over your past medical records, obtain a detailed history, and provide an extensive health plan that is personalized to your body and situation. As you work with her over time you will be empowered to wholeness and be excited to embrace wellness.

7. Can you prescribe medicine to patients?

Dr. Carrie Lam, MD has the ability to prescribe medications in the states she is licensed in, except for controlled substances (stimulants like ritalin or adderal, opioids like norco or vicodin, benzodiazepines like valium or ativan or klonopin, and testosterone).