Do you accept insurance?
Medical insurance doesn’t pay for care that is based on supplements and dietary changes. Because insurance is not involved it allows us to treat patients naturally and in the manner in which we have found to be most effective.
Can I use my flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) for your services?
In most cases your care here will be covered through a FSA or a HSA. However, we recommend you contact your account coordinator to ensure that your plan will cover your expenses.
What are your fees?
20-30 minute initial consultation: $0 (we never charge someone to discover how we may be able to help)
20-30 minute 2nd Visit Report of test findings: $100 ($250 value)
Initial treatment plans can involve one visit or multiple visits over a 3-6 month time frame: Cost can range from $750-5000. This amount can include supplements, doctors visits, lab reviews, any necessary reports, emails and phone calls directly to the doctor between visits, visit preparation, grocery store tour and additional materials (journal, workbook, and cookbook).
Do you offer payment plans?
Yes, we offer payment plans through CareCredit. CareCredit offers up to 18 months at 0% interest. Payment plans can be as low as $50 a month. You can apply online for CareCredit or call (800) 365-8295.
I don’t live in the Detroit area. Can you still help me with my health concerns?
Absolutely! We have worked with many clients via the internet and phone on a weekly basis with great success. There’s no reason you can’t enjoy the same benefits and remarkable results that our local clients have experienced.
Just like our local clients, we offer you a customized, one-on-one program. However, we can not accept patients who live in Rhode Island, New York or New Jersey. Give our center a call today to get started on your journey to better health!
Is it possible for me to treat my condition naturally and stop taking my medications?
It is possible to treat your condition naturally and manage your symptoms through natural supplements and even dietary changes, but stopping medications depends on the type of patient, their medical history, and the type of medication. It is not ultimately our place to take patients on or off medications, that is up to their primary care physician, but we have successfully helped many patients manage their symptoms and wean off certain medications gradually over time.