Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
About our programs
What is a Goodpath program?
A Goodpath program is an integrative set of treatments personalized just for you and your symptoms. Programs can include nutrition and supplements (such as nutrition coaching and targeted supplements); movement and lifestyle (like online yoga or strengthening exercises); mindfulness and meditation (like guided meditations and journaling), and coaching and guidance (1:1 coaching and other guidance to help you reach your goals).
What does "integrative" mean?
Every Goodpath program uses an integrative approach, meaning that it integrates the best of conventional and complementary medicine and uses a patient-focused approach to treat the whole person rather than the illness. An integrative approach to care takes into consideration mental, emotional, functional, spiritual, social and community aspects to your health and well-being. Integrative care is based on a well-coordinated multimodal approach to care, combining the expertise of a diverse medical team, which spans doctors, physical therapists, specialists, nurses, and nutritionists. The fundamental pillars of the Goodpath integrative programs are nutrition and supplements, movement and lifestyle, mindfulness and meditation, and coaching and guidance.
Will a doctor review my program?
Every self-care program is created by a combination of your inputs, the Goodpath algorithm, and our database of solutions that are individually evaluated and approved by our multidisciplinary medical team. Our team reviews each and every program to ensure that it is perfectly tailored to your symptoms and goals as well as medically appropriate for you. Our pharmacy team is available if you have any questions on the specifics of your self-care program.
How do you customize your programs?
Each program is constructed based on your symptoms, any previous diagnoses or medical history, lifestyle information (such as how much sleep you get, how often you exercise, and what your diet looks like), and your treatment preferences that you provide during your assessment. No two programs look alike, and each is designed to fit your unique needs and goals.
What if I have a question about my program?
Our health coaches are available to answer any questions you may have regarding your self-care program. Use the chat function on the bottom of the self-care program page to connect with our health coaches, or visit our Support page.
How do I know my information is safe?
What conditions do you currently support?
Goodpath currently supports back pain, sleep and IBS. If there is another condition you’d like to see Goodpath address let us know at email@example.com.
Who is on Goodpath's medical team?
Our team has many different types of medical professionals, including generalist doctors, specialist doctors, pharmacists, physical therapists, nutritionists, behavioral psychologists, yoga teachers, and health coaches who have deep expertise in the conditions we target. This diversity allows us to provide a truly integrative approach to your care, which spans nutrition & supplements, movement & lifestyle, mindfulness & meditation, and coaching & guidance. Meet the Goodpath medical team.
How do I know the information you're providing is medically backed?
All the information that we publish about our programs is evidence-based and sourced through the Natural Medicines TRC database, LexiComp, the FDA, integrative care experts, or our internal rigorous review of the medical literature. All the content you can find on Goodpath is reviewed by our multidisciplinary medical team before it is published. We follow a patient-centered approach to grading evidence of effectiveness and we apply high safety standards to any treatment we offer. For example, we do not show treatments in your program if they should not be used in specific medical conditions you might
Does Goodpath replace my doctor?
Goodpath is not a replacement for your doctor. Health is complicated and while our personalized programs can help many people, they are not for everyone. Some people with severe or critical conditions might need to see a doctor to rule out more serious conditions or receive more advanced treatments. You know your body best. If you suspect that your condition is more serious than should be managed by self-care, you should see a doctor.
Do you take insurance, HSAs or FSAs?
We aren’t currently able to take insurance, HSAs or FSAs. Our team is working to allow us to accept insurance and medical savings accounts.
How do I know my information is safe?