NEW OFFICE APPOINTMENTS
FOLLOW UP APPOINTMENTS
Call the office, may vary. Including but not limited to UTIs, Respiratory infections, other infections or acute injuries/illnesses.
SCHOOL PHYSICAL/SPORTS EXAM
(Age 18 or under) $75
$400 Excision and removal of lesion with stitches
(doesn't include biopsy sent to lab)
$75-150 Skin tag(s) removal
$200 Small lesion removal without stitches
$100 Wart removal
$200 for injections only plus office visit fee (varies if insurance or not)
$125-150 for follow-up injections + office visit fee (varies if insurance or not)
PRP +$50 on top of prolotherapy fee
HORMONE PELLET INSERTION
Women start at $200 per pellet + office fee (varies if insurance or none)
Men start at $400 for full dose of Testosterone + office fee (varies if insurance or none)
Note: Labs MUST be done before pellet insertion and monitored after for repeat insertion procedure.
$150 (MUST already be an established patient!)
+$25 for Glutathione
B12 Injections $15 (MUST already be an established patient!)
Additional injections or IVs - call to inquire
Please call to discuss reduced lab rates for cash paying if no insurance or if your insurance doesn't cover out of network physician orders for labs. Rates are reduced at least 50% of what a standard lab would charge.
IgG/IgE Food Sensitivity Test - $165.30 for 95 foods (paid directly to the lab)
A credit card needs to be kept on file for everyone for missed appointments.
HEALTH PLANS ACCEPTED
Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield
Premera Blue Cross
First Choice Health
Lifewise of WA
For all others and out of state please call your insurance to see if they cover Naturopathic Care.
Questions to ask your Insurance
Do you have ND (Naturopathic) Benefits?
If your insurance says “preventative” visits are covered, that does NOT mean that you have ND benefits. Preventative coverage applies to annual physicals / PAPs / mammograms and colonoscopys. Please specifically ask if your policy covers “an office visit with a Naturopathic doctor”.
Do you have a deductible that your office visit(s) will go towards?
If so, usually you will need to meet your deductible before your insurance provider will start paying for the visits.
Do you have coinsurance?
This is what the insurance will cover versus what the patient’s responsibility is. (Sometimes you’ll need to hit your deductible and then insurance will start paying a percentage of your visit costs. So sometimes there is still a percentage of the cost that is the patient’s responsibility, even after you have met your deductible).
Important Note: We ask that you please verify the above information through your insurance provider prior to your visit. There is usually a customer service phone number listed on the back of your insurance card. We encourage you to verify your benefits before your appointment so you are aware of any costs that you will be responsible for.
YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY COSTS
YOUR INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER!!
Late cancellation or No Show fee:
We appreciate your respect for our time.
There will be a $125 fee billed for new appointments or $75 for follow-up appointments if you cancel your appointment with less than 24 hours notice.