FAQ’s / Fee Schedule
Frequently Asked Questions
Providers are not created equally and we are all different in the type of work and the level of our training. Our prices reflect an incredible value for our level of training, post-graduate specialty studies and years of experience. Our combination of ancient wisdom and modern methods provides some of the most effective therapeutic combinations available anywhere in the country. We do not accept insurance- we accept VA referrals, Tri-West, HSA and FSA spending accounts.
We do not settle in the development of our skills and knowledge, you need not settle for less than clinical excellence.*
Initial Visit (All Patients Must Undergo an Initial Visit)
$175 – Case Review, Intake & Treatment
Follow-up Visits (Varies depending upon therapies needed)
Re-Exam & Treatment (If you have not been in for > 3 months) $125
Orthopedic Acupuncture, Dry Needling & ART (1 Body Region) $95
Complex Orthopedic – Dry-Needling, ART, Rehab (Multiple Regions) $125
Internal Medicine (Ob-Gyn, Fertility, Headache, Digestion, Hormone) $80
Complex Internal Medicine (Stroke, Neurological Disorders, Eye Conditions) $125
– Package of 10 Internal – $750
– Package of 10 Orthopedic – $900
– Package of 10 Complex (Eye Conditions, Neuro) – 1 Course of treatment $1000
Insurance and acceptable forms of payment
Many of the conditions we treat are not covered by insurance. Since many aspects of our specialized treatments are not covered services we cannot accept insurance plans. We do take Military VA referrals and Tri-West. We also accept Health Spending Accounts (HSA) and Flex Spending Accounts (FSA) for ALL our Services. At your request, we can provide you with a super bill to turn into your own insurance company for possible reimbursement. This allows us to focus on providing the best care possible
How should I prepare for my first visit?
Please note your first visit is for examination and treatment. We perform diagnosis and treatment in terms of forming a concise diagnosis and evaluate whether we can accept you as a patient.
How should I dress for my visit?
Wear loose comfortable clothing that will allow for exposure of your affected are. Be prepared to expose your extremities up to the shoulder or mid-thigh. You may be asked to remove clothing and put on a medical gown if treatment requires an area of the torso to be exposed.