Do you take insurance?
No. I want my patients to have the best possible experience and receive the best possible treatments that work for them. Accepting insurance means limiting treatments to what the insurance covers.
If I pay you, will my insurance pay me back?
Most insurance plans cover outpatient treatment. However, many require a referral from your primary doctor prior to treatment. You should contact your insurance carrier to learn their requirements, if there are deductibles, what they cover, and what paperwork you need to submit for reimbursement.
Do I need a doctor's referral?
I can treat you without a doctor's referral. If you want to request reimbursement from your insurance, you will want to get a referral before beginning treatment. In this case, you should contact your insurance to determine what you need in order to be reimbursed.
When are you open?
I see patients by appointment. Email or text me and let's find a time that works for both of us!
What is treatment like?
Each treatment is individual to the person receiving care. We will identify your goals, identify the source of any problems, and develop a treatment plan together.
Who will provide care?
I provide 100% of all patient care.
If I buy a bundle and the class size isn't met, what happens?
You will not be charged until the class size is met, and all individual sessions for you in that month will be $65.