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Naturopathic Service coverage
Although licensed naturopathic physicians may not be covered by most health care plans, many insurance companies consider naturopathic physicians as out-of-network providers and may reimburse a percentage of your office visits.
How it works
- We will require payment of fees at the time of your visit
- We Accept: Cash, Local Checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, CareCredit, & HSAs
- As a courtesy, we will check with your insurance provider for potential coverage and if reimbursement is possible we will submit a claim for your visit.
- The claim we submit asks the insurance company to reimburse you for your visit.
After meeting your deductible you may get a check from your insurance company reimbursing for a percentage of the visit. Reimbursement percentage depends on your plan's coverage for out-of-network providers.
Walk-ins, acute visits, motor vehicle accidents, and work injuries welcome
We will confirm your coverage and determine your best options for lab testing. Most private insurance carriers cover tests including PPO, EPO and POS plans. HMO plans typically do not pay for tests, but it is still possible. Specialty and in-office tests are generally not covered by insurance.
Unfortunately medicare does not cover our services, but you may have coverage through a secondary insurance plan. Let us check your benefits for you!
These plans also unfortunately do not currently cover our services.
Supplements, nutrients & Herbs
Vitamins, herbs, homeopathic remedies, natural supplements and tinctures are not currently covered by insurance plans. Fortunately, many natural supplements are very reasonable and their supervised use can prevent health issues requiring expensive pharmaceuticals.
Curious What your plan covers?
If you would like to contact your insurance plan to verify your specific coverage for complementary and alternative medicine; ask your insurance company the following questions to determine what services are covered:
- Are naturopathic medical services covered on my policy?
- If I go to a licensed naturopathic physician are they considered an out-of network provider?
- Naturopathic physicians are licensed physicians in the state of Arizona, so aren’t they covered on my policy?
- Is acupuncture, preventative medicine, nutritional counseling, or any “alternative” forms of medicine covered on my policy as an out-of-network provider service?
- What is my deductible? Once this is met if I go out-of my network will I be covered?
- I would like to request that my naturopathic physician be added to your provider list and/or be considered an out-of network provider.
- Are there other healthcare policies close to my existing policy that would cover naturopathic medical services?