Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Do you take insurance?
I’m in the process of becoming in-network with many insurances. See the list below for current insurance status.
Blue Cross Blue Shield/Regence: In-Network
First Choice: In-Network
Pacific Source: In-Network
United Healthcare: In-Network
MODA (Connexsus, Synergy, & CNN networks only): In-Network
Care Oregon (billed for you as out-of-network)
2. Do you verify insurance benefits for patients?
Because every policy is different, I highly recommend that you call your insurance personally to verify benefits. After you schedule your appointment, you’ll be given information on how to verify benefits with your insurance company. You may also call or email me for this information if you prefer to verify before you schedule.
3. I don’t have insurance or don’t want to use my insurance. What are your cash-pay prices?
New Patient Appointments:
New Patient Consultation (60-minutes): $277
Pelvic Bowl Healing Initial Package (2 sessions): $347
First-time Yoni Steam with Consultation: $97
Established Patient Appointments:
30-Minute Appointment: $147
60-Minute Appointment: $197
90-Minute Appointment: $277
120-Minute Appointment: $347
Holistic Pelvic Care™ Return Visit (60-Minutes): $197
Sick Visit: $147
Yoni Steam: $47
4. Do you see men?
My practice focuses on those who identify as women and gynecological services for all gender identifications. That said, my patients often want my unique care for their partners and other family members. I see men by referral only.
5. What forms of payment do you take?
I accept cash, check, all major credit cards, and health savings account (HSA) cards. Your payment by cash or check greatly lowers the amount of fees we pay to credit card companies and allows us to keep our prices affordable.
For insurance payments, I use a billing service. Please direct billing questions and pay your bill using the instructions on your billing statement.
6. What about labs and testing, are those covered by my insurance?
Specialty labs will often be a set price that you will know ahead of time. For any other testing, your insurance will be billed per your usual coverage for standard testing, including radiology, MRI, and blood testing.
All labs and other testing may be billed to your insurance regardless of whether we are in-network or not. For example, if you are a Medicare patient, your labs will be covered by Medicare in the typical way they are covered by any provider. The only services not covered by insurances I’m not in-network with are your appointments.
7. What is Integrative Medicine?
Please read through this page to understand how I combine the best of modern, conventional medicine with the best of natural medicine.