1. Do you take insurance?
We do not take insurance. You can submit the financial history with the procedure code and diagnosis codes to your insurance company. We are happy to help you with this.
2. What is the price?
The total out of pocket expense varies from patient to patient. Once the doctor determines whether or not you are a candidate for a program we will break down the total prices of the plan. We also have financing options available for those who qualify.
3. How many appointments will this take?
Every patient is different and every recovery plan is customized. After your first appointment the doctor will go over how many visits are required to get you back to your optimal health.
4. Why do I need to watch full length video or attend workshop prior to first appointment?
Dr. Woyak believes that an educated patient is an empowered patient. She does not want to waste your time or hers. If you are informed before you even walk through the door of the clinic you will already understand how Dr. Woyak's approach differs from most doctors you've been to and why. With this information you can choose for yourself whether or not Dr. Woyak's approach is best for you.
5. Will Dr. Woyak work with my other healthcare providers?
Dr. Woyak encourages collaboration between medical professionals, as quality health care involves teamwork and communication. Dr. Woyak will refer patients to other professionals when she feels it would benefit the patient.
6. What is the difference between an MD, DO, ND, DC, etc?
NDs, MDs, and DOs all attend a 4-year, post baccalaureate medical school and learn the same basic and clinical sciences. The difference between allopathic and naturopathic doctors is the type of treatment recommended. MD/DOs are educated on medications and surgeries, whereas naturopaths learn more natural modalities such as lifestyle changes, supplements, and lower force interventions to reverse and prevent disease whenever possible. A chiropractic doctor also attends a 4-year post baccalaureate school and learns basic and clinical sciences, although most treatment is focused on the neuromuscular skeletal portion on the body through manipulation and physical therapy.