What Happens at the First Appointment?
Your first visit includes a review of your medical histories, medications, prior treatments, and available lab and radiology results followed by a brief physical exam. The provider will then spend the remainder of the visit discussing your symptoms and understanding their severity and impact on your life. The provider will discuss treatment options and set reasonable expectations for treatment. These visits often take over an hour to complete so please schedule accordingly.
Does MediQuick Fit Accept Insurance?
We can bill to your health insurance carrier for many of the services that we offer. However, some of our treatments are natural, biologic, and non-pharmaceutical and therefore are not regulated by the FDA. While considered safe and effective, without FDA approval these types of treatments are typically not covered by health insurance plans. If you have insurance and would like to file any part of our treatment that is not directly billed, we can provide an itemized receipt that includes the appropriate Diagnosis and Treatment Codes. This receipt will allow self-filing to insurance following the process described by the specific plan.
Is there an Initial Cost?
Some of our services do require an initial payment. We will discuss any up front costs with you prior to providing service. If billing to insurance, copays may be due at the time of treatment. Payment plans are available by arrangement.
What are the Payment Options?
If we are not billing to insurance, we accept Health Savings Accounts/Flex Spending Accounts, cash, checks, and credit cards.