FAQ's

Do you accept insurance?

We don’t and here is why. When clinics bill health insurance companies directly, the Practitioners are required to become participating providers. The Practitioners must sign a contract that allows the insurance company to determine which services they will and will not provide and how much they can charge for those services. In general, the insurance company’s are not focused on any preventive or wellness services. They are heavily invested in the conventional model of health care that too often relies on drugs and surgery. We are committed to the functional medicine model that addresses the underlying causes of your symptoms with specific wellness, nutritional and lifestyle recommendations.

Can you fix me in one visit?

It has taken you months, maybe years to feel like this. It will, therefore, take some time to help you feel better and get to the root cause of your symptoms. Nevertheless, we will together formulate a timeline to determine what our plan is to get you feeling better.

Do I need to keep my primary care physician?

Yes, we do not treat urgent or acute illnesses.  However, we do provide IV vitamin nutrients to assist with acute illness along with your primary care provider’s recommendations of treatment.

Can I use my HSA or FSA account for my visits and treatment?

Yes, we do accept these forms of payment. It is always a good idea to check with your companies guidelines to know how to use these accounts appropriately.

How much is the initial consult?

Our initial consult is 75-90 minutes. We charge $350 however if your health questionnaire is fully filled out prior to your appointment via our patient portal it is $300.

Do I need a consult to get IV vitamin hydration therapy?

Our healthcare staff will provide a health questionnaire with key questions that are important to know if you are appropriate for vitamin hydration therapy. A physical exam will be performed at the time you check in. For those battling chronic conditions, we recommend making an appointment with the Nurse Practitioner so a chronic condition formulation that is specific to you can be made.

Does it cost for labs?

Most panels are covered by insurance.  We try our best to also work with specialty labs that do take insurance. Nevertheless, if they do not these can run from $100-600.

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