Frequently Asked Questions
How can we help you?
What treatments work for your symptoms?
What Do I Need to Bring to My Appointment?
Please bring along records of previous medical or surgical history, as well as your insurance information. For clothing, we suggest you dress comfortably in clothes that allow easy access to the affected areas.
Does My Insurance Cover New Technologies?
Due to their recency, our services are not covered by most insurance plans. Our friendly staff can help contact your insurance company to confirm whether or not your treatment is covered by insurance. We do offer different payment options for your convenience.
What Is the Out of Pocket Cost?
Although our treatment plans are generally affordable, actual costs vary depending on the nature and severity of the patient’s condition as well as the diversity of technologies that apply to the specific condition. The best way to obtain an exact cost is to come in for a free consultation. Historically treatment protocols have ranged anywhere from $200 to $3500.
What Are My Payment Options?
We accept checks and all major credit cards. Additionally, we work with Vive Financial, which allows patients to spread payments over the span of 12 months without interest. You may visit Vive Financial to learn more about their services.
Are There Any Guarantees?
There are no guarantees when it comes to human anatomy. However, we screen patients and accept only those cases that we feel are very likely to have significant positive results.
How Often Do I Have to Be Treated?
Treatment plans for some conditions require treatment at a frequency of 2 to 3 times per week for a number of weeks. Some conditions may only require 4 – 6 weeks. More chronic conditions could require 8 – 12 weeks of treatment. We’ll keep you updated on your progress throughout your treatment.
Are the Results Permanent?
Our goal is to address the cause of your specific condition, thus a long-term to permanent resolution is what we’re working towards. However, some patients may require periodic supportive care at an interval to be determined at the conclusion of the initial treatment protocol.