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Common Conditions We See
(list is not exhaustive)
Comprehensive New Patient 2 Visits (In person or Virtually )(approx. 90 mins total- )
Visit 1 & 2 – $450
Follow ups -(In person or Virtually ) 30 minutes – $175
OR (only offered for Dr. Michelle Dillon or Dr. Monica Vaghela ) – 4 Visit Package $620 –
Part I (60min) Part II (30 minutes): $450 (this covers visit 1 & 2)
The Doctors will complete a comprehensive medical intake to gain information about existing health concerns, present symptoms, past medical history, current medications and supplements, daily dietary patterns, and general lifestyle habits.
Recent lab work performed by other health practitioners will be reviewed if available. Additional lab work may be performed depending on each individual. Based on the information obtained during the intake, the Doctors will formulate a detailed treatment plan using natural therapies which specifically address the patient’s health concerns.
SPECIALTY LABS THAT WE USE (usually are recommended during the first appointment to be reviewed during the second):
DUTCH hormone testing -$399, no insurance is accepted.
GI Map STOOL testing, $423 cash OR $200 with insurance (BCBS, United Health Care, Aetna) – out of pocket is generally around $423
Organic Acid Testing , $175 with insurance (BCBS federal insurance only) – otherwise it is $350 cash pay –
Blood & Lab Testing – panels can range from 100-350$ depending on what is needed –
The above tests are our most commonly run – we do have many others to utilize –
* Supplements & Labs are at an additional cost.
Supplements can average $50 to $300 per month –
So to give you an idea of a total amount needed in a 4 month period :
DIgestive Imbalances – for visits and stool test along with an average of supplements you will pay around $2500- 3000 for 3-4 months
Hormonal Issues (stool test and hormone testing , visits, and average supplements you will pay around – $2500 – 3500 for 3-4 mo of treatment
******** Currently, North Carolina health insurance does not cover alternative medical services. However, most Flexible Spending and Health Savings Accounts cover office visits.