Initial Assessment for Individuals - 90 Minutes: $185.00
Initial Follow-Up Session- 75 Minutes: $175.00
Follow-Up - 1 hour: $150.00
Follow-Up - 45 minutes: $125.00
Follow-up - 30 minutes: $90.00 availabe by special arrangement
Coaching Package 4 months - $2000.00 - Comprehensive support, individualized to meet your needs. This package includes the initial session (1.5 hours) plus 14 hours of follow up sessions which we can offer in office, via phone, email or on site (places over 3 miles from our office account for 2 hours, venues within 3 miles of our office account for 1.5 hours).
Test of Caloric Needs (Metabolism Testing): $50.00 (must pay for appointment minimum of 30 minutes, in addition to testing fee)
Grocery Store/Home/Restaurant Sessions: $275.00 and travel time, if more than 20 minutes from our office.
Food Sensitivity and other functional tests- Prices vary and begin at $395.00
Group Seminars/Workshops: Individually priced
Cancelllations - if less than 30 hours prior to appointment, full price of the appointment.
With exceptions for in-network insurance - payment for appointments is requested in advance of the scheduled appointment - as a deposit to reserve your appointment - by cash, check, Master Card, Visa, or by PayPal at the bottom of the Client Registration page
INSURANCE: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!
We are in-network for Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, and United HealthCare's Tenncare, and can file these for you. We can check the coverage for you if you provide us with your ID number date of birth and address and phone.
If you have out-of state BCBS, or out-of-network plans we can't always have access to check your coverage, and may not be able to verify benefits, and may have to ask for payment at the time of service if we, or you, are unable to determine benefits in advance. We will give you the information to call your insurer to verify benefits.
Ultimately, even though we assist with filing insurance, it is your responsibility to verify what your insurance will pay (prior to any scheduled treatment.) Note that insurers may rescind payments made due to previous claims for other services, or re-interpretation of their benefits. If that is the case, you may appeal to your insurer, but ultimately, you are responsible for payment if your insurer does not pay.