Financials & Insurance

In order to provide the best quality of care to our clients, we do not accept insurance. As such, we are a self-pay practice with fees due at the time of service. However, depending on your insurance company and plan, you may be able to file with your insurance for possible reimbursement. We suggest you check with your insurance to see if you qualify for reimbursement. You will still be able to use your insurance to cover for all your medication needs. We will continue to work with your insurance to submit prior authorizations and other paperwork or administrative things needed for your care.

Why is insurance not accepted?

We can promise you that this decision was not based on making more money. In fact, it is almost guaranteed that we lose money in comparison to practices that accept insurance. In order to provide a better product sometimes you must make sacrifices and that is what we have done and will continue to do. Insurance companies get to dictate the amount of time of each appointment, the frequency and types of appointments allowed, and even the medications the provider can prescribe to the patient. All the restrictions and the endless lists of criteria set by insurance companies only create roadblocks for providers which in turn negatively impacts the overall quality of care for the patient. Removing insurance from the picture just makes sense to us. We are choosing to give patients quality, expertise, availability, excellence, and accountability over quantity. You simply cannot do those things with insurance.


Upon request, we will provide you a superbill – an itemized invoice that includes the date of service, billing code, diagnosis(es), services rendered by your provider along with their information/signature. Insurance carriers who provide out of network coverage/reimbursement will require a superbill in order to file a claim. To request a copy of the superbill, you can email the front staff or your provider.