In-Person or Telehealth Visits
15 minute visit: $50 Only for COVID immunity test order via telehealth.
30 minute visit: $100 One simple complaint
60 minute visit: $200 Multiple simple complaints/Wellness Check/Annual or Physical
90 minute visit: $275 Extensive functional and integrative health visits, please email to schedule.
Lab fees are separate.
Packages are encouraged for functional and integrative health work-up which involves many tests and a great way to get support over time for a multi-system work-up and comprehensive approach to health .
One 90 min initial visit and two 45 min follow-up over 3 months : $450 (value $575)
One 90 min initial visit and four 45 min follow-up over 6 months: $625 (value $875)
Four additional 45 min over 4 months: $450 (value $600)
Available Fremont or Campbell only
$250 for up to 60 minutes ($50 for each 30 minutes additional)
Package: Four 60 minute visits for $800
Insurance and Payment
No insurance is currently accepted. We accept cash, credit card, or Google Pay.
Clients may use flexible spending (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA) cards.
Superbills will be provided for clients seeking reimbursement from their insurance for “out-of-network” provider expenses. Unfortunately, Medicare does not reimburse for provider visits, but other services are covered.
Please make an appointment directly online through this website, or call if that seems easier! Contact us by phone or email if you have any questions. We will get back to you within 24 hours.
As a new practice, we do not offer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week coverage for care.
Please go to the urgent care or emergency room if you can not reach a provider.
Laboratory and Imaging
Laboratory and imaging are billed separately by the laboratory and radiology companies, and insurance can be used to cover these services. Our EHR system is currently linked to Quest Diagnostics, which covered on most insurances. We offer specialty lab testing from Boston Heart, Genova, ZRT, and Precision Analytical. Each company has a reduced cash pay price and some are covered by insurance. Many labs offer in-home lab testing which can be very convenient.
In-house laboratory testing: Urinalysis and pregnancy testing is available for $10/each.
Prescriptions, Herbals, and Supplements
We will prescribe medications through our online EHR system for conventional medicine, herbal medications, or supplements. For herbals and supplements, our practice is linked to Fullscript and offers a 10% discount to all patients in the practice. We also have an account with Metagenics and clients can order directly from our store. Please use the following links below to manage your Fullscript and Metagenics order.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why don't you take insurance?
We don't take insurance in our practice because we would like to provide more value to our patients. Insurance companies define the care and time we spend with patients and the added overhead and time it takes to process insurance paperwork takes time away from our patients. We want our patients to get more for their money and time!
Will insurance reimburse my visits?
We are currently an “out-of-network” provider, which means you would pay for your care at the end of your visit. We will provide you with a detailed bill called a “superbill” which you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Most insurances cover “out-of-network” providers depending on your policy. There are also apps that can help you with this for a small fee. We recommend contacting your insurance company to be sure.
Does insurance cover lab testing and imaging?
Laboratory and imaging are billed separately by the laboratory and radiology companies, and insurance can be used to cover these services. Routine lab tests at Quest Diagnostics are usually covered by PPO and HMO plans. However, HMO plans may require your HMO's primary care provider to order them. Special tests for functional/integrative health may be covered and require you to check with your insurance company. Each company has a reduced cash pay price and many offer in-home lab testing which can be very convenient. Clients may use flexible spending (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA) to cover the cost of labs. Many tests are covered by Medicare, but again it is up to the patient to check with their insurance company.
What integrative therapies do you recommend?
After a complete assessment including a health history, physical exam, and lab testing, your provider will suggest a combination of modalities including nutritional supplements, herbal formulations, appropriate diet and activity to optimize your health and well-being. We also encourage mindset work with health coaching and goal setting. We can prescribe medications and order conventional therapies if indicated.
Where can I purchase recommended nutritional and herbal supplements? Are supplements covered by insurance?
We will prescribe medications through our online EHR system for herbal medications and supplements, as well as conventional medications. We offer many therapies through Fullscript at a 10% discount and/or will recommend where to purchase them. Most insurance plans do not cover supplements, however clients can use FSA and HSA accounts to cover these costs.
What is your cancellation policy?
We encourage clients to call at least 24 hours in advance if they need to cancel or reschedule appointments. There is a $50 fee for a missed appointment.
What is integrative medicine or integrative health?
As defined by the Andrew Weil Center, integrative medicine (IM) is healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person.
Clients and providers are partners in true healing.
Many factors contribute to “dis-ease “ and need to be addressed in achieving true healing including social, emotional, psychological and physical factors.
There are many healing modalities, conventional and alternative, that can augment a client’s innate healing process.
The most natural and least invasive interventions are an important part of a treatment plan.
Education and wellness are key aspects to health prevention and promotion.
What is a nurse practitioner?
Nurse practitioners (NPs) are nurses with advanced training in diagnosing and treating health conditions. NPs are master’s or doctorally prepared with numerous clinical and didactic hours in primary care, acute conditions, and chronic disease. NPs are required to undergo national certification, peer review, ongoing education, and professional development. NPs can provide a complete history and physical, order laboratory tests and imaging, interpret results, prescribe medications, counsel and educate clients. Many NPs also provide specialty services. What is special about working with an NP, is their comprehensive and holistic approach to health and their connection to their clients.
For more information please visit https://www.aanp.org.
What can I expect at my first visit?
We recommend first visits to be at least 60 minutes, this gives plenty of time to understand the patient as a whole. Thirty minute visits are typically for one specific issue such as a rash or blood pressure. You can expect a detailed history, exam (if in-person), treatment plan, discussion on your individual needs, and education. We offer prescriptions of conventional medications, supplements, and herbs. We are here to meet your needs!