Frequently Asked Questions

Why was MINDSETkids created?

MINDSETkids was created because pediatricians and family doctors were not providing the care and informed consent that our children deserve. Doctors take an oath to 'DO NO HARM,' and we take that commitment to heart. We are not attempting to replace your own doctor but rather to provide you with the resources and care you deserve to make the best decisions for your child. Knowledge is power, and we believe in placing that power back into the hands of loving parents. Of course, if you feel the need to access a doctor, we have provided that through our Telehealth Membership Program.

What is MINDSETkids?

MINDSETkids is specifically designed to provide comprehensive support for children's overall well-being. It was created to address the critical need for an integrated approach to children's health, emphasizing natural remedies, informed consent, and fostering confidence in parents to take action in their child's healthcare. We offer several services, including our website, which is abundant with resources for parents; the Resource Club, a wealth of information; interactive webinars with health professionals, and our TeleHealth Membership Program, which also grants access to our providers for more acute support. Please see the SERVICE tab for more information.

Is Dr. Meehan an MD, ND or DO?

Dr. Jim Meehan is an MD. He began his medical career as an ophthalmic surgeon and transitioned to Functional & Preventative Medicine when he realized he could better help patients by educating them on preventing disease and also help those with disease find the root cause. Dr. Meehan has been practicing medicine for over 20 years and has treated patients from infants to adults.  He is the father of 5 grown children and the proud G'pa to 7 grandchildren and praying for more! 

Is Dr.Lakin an MD, ND or DO?

Dr. Terry Lakin is a DO and has had an extensive medical career in both the military and civilian sectors.  He has treated many patients ranging from infants to adults as an expert in Family Medicine and Occupational & Environmental Medicine. Dr. Lakin specializes in OMT (Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy) and is committed to holistic patient care. He advocates for alternative approaches, and trusts his patient to make wise decisions when given proper informed consent.  Dr. Lakin's unwavering dedication to constitutional principles and faith, shared with his wife, Dr. Pili Lakin, underscores his commitment to excellence in medicine and service to community and country. He ensure his patients receive the best therapies, whether natural or the latest discovery, for their ailments. 

Do MINDSETkids providers specialize in pediatric care?

All of our providers have spent many years in the medical field and have extensive experience in caring for patients of all ages, from birth to adults! Our providers' passion and purpose are to help you understand how our bodies are designed to heal and achieve optimal functionality. They are supported by an amazing advisory board that offers additional pediatric support and guidance. This super team was created to provide the best for all our children. 

What ages are considered MINDSETkids?

MINDSETkids encompasses all children under parental care, providing holistic wellness solutions and resources from early childhood through adolescence. The program recognizes the evolving needs of children at different stages of development and tailors its approach accordingly.

Does my family qualify for MINDSETkids Telehealth Membership Program?

The MINDSETkids Telehealth Membership Program is available for all families seeking care, outside of the Resource Club. This membership grants you access to our health providers. Please visit our SERVICES tab for more information on how to join this program.

What do I do if my child needs an appointment right away?

As a member of our Telehealth Membership program, you can call our office for an appointment anytime you feel it is needed. Our dedicated team is here to provide the care your precious child deserves.  Our goal is to provide quick access and most patients are able to have same day or next day appointments. 

Can I call if my child is sick?

Absolutely. As part of our MINDSETkids Membership Club, we recognize the interconnected nature of physical and overall well-being. If your child is unwell, please feel free to contact us, and we will guide you on the appropriate steps to address both the physical and overall aspects of their health. All FREE of charge! (Telehealth is available if you cannot come to the office in person.)

What insurances are accepted?

We do not accept insurance for our services and our office is not a provider for Medicaid or Medicare. We operate as a pay-for-service clinic with the goal of making holistic wellness services accessible to a broad spectrum of families seeking comprehensive pediatric care. If you have any questions regarding payment options, please feel free to contact our administrative staff for further assistance.

How do I use my CHARM Patient Portal?

Charm is an online HIPAA compliant Electronic Health Records system. PHR stands for Personal Health Record (PHR) portal and is used to manage your health information. You can store your current and past medications, lab results, record health vitals and track progress using the built-in reports. You will go through Charm to fill out your New Patient Forms.

How do I access my Patient Portal?

Click on the "Patient Portal LOGIN" tab at the top of the page, or CLICK HERE to access your CHARM Portal.

Why does the portal go to Meehanmd?

MeehanMD is the TeleHealth clinic side of MINDSETkids.

What's the difference between a Sick Visit/Call and an Extended Care Visit/Call?

A Sick Visit/Call is a shorter consultation with your medical provider. It focuses on addressing common childhood ailments such as coughs, colds, fevers, stomach aches, and other minor health concerns. Sick Visits/Calls  are ideal for addressing immediate or less complex health issues that may arise in children. During a Sick Visit/Call, your medical provider will discuss symptoms, provide guidance on home remedies, and recommend over-the-counter treatments when appropriate. The goal of a Sick Visit/Call is to address minor health issues promptly and effectively to promote your child's well-being. (Telehealth is available if you cannot come to the office in person.)

An Extended Care Visit/Call is a longer and more in-depth consultation with your medical provider. It focuses on addressing more involved chronic ailments and health concerns, such as chronic illnesses, ADHD, vaccine adverse events, and other complex medical conditions. Extended Care Visits/Calls are suitable for discussing ongoing or more serious health issues that require detailed attention and management. During an Extended Care Visit/Call, your medical provider will conduct a thorough assessment of your child's medical history, symptoms, and current treatment plan. Your provider will offer comprehensive guidance, treatment options, and ongoing support tailored to managing chronic conditions or addressing more complex health issues. The goal of an Extended Care Visit/ Call is to provide holistic and personalized care to help manage and improve your child's health over time.  If your child has had multiple sick visits for the same issue, then the provider may recommend an Extended Care Visit/Call to address any underlying issues.

How do I determine whether I need a Care Call or an Extended Care Call?

If your child is experiencing minor or common health issues that do not require extensive evaluation or treatment, a Sick Visit/Call may be sufficient. If your child has chronic health conditions, complex medical issues, or requires ongoing management and support, an Extended Care Visit/Call would be more appropriate. You can schedule either a Sick Visit/Call or an Extended Care Visit/Call with your medical provider based on your child's health needs. Your provider will assess your child's condition and recommend the most suitable type of consultation to address their specific health concerns effectively.

How long are Sick Visits/Calls and Extended Care Visits/Calls?

Sick Visits/Calls are typically shorter in duration, ranging from 10 to 15 minutes. Extended Care Visits/Calls are longer and may last up to 30 minutes or more, depending on the complexity of the health issues being discussed. (Telehealth is available if you cannot come to the office in person.)

What about the new injections?

With any medical procedure, informed consent involves examining the risks, benefits and alternatives of a procedure. At this time, there are no long term studies to evaluate the most recent mandated injection's safety.  If you are seeking an exemption, please call the office at 918-600-2240.

For more truths about the lack of safety data behind the new injections:

For book and documentary recommendations for additional research, visit our Resources section on BOOKS

Find the most recent data on the injection injuries and deaths as reported to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) here: 

Federal law prohibits employers and others from requiring vaccination with a Covid-19 vaccine distributed under an EUA