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Despite the fact that Prolotherapy has been around for over 90 years it is still considered ‘experimental’ by many. Due to its nature, it is considered a ‘natural medicine’. Medicare has stated that they would not pay for ‘natural medicine’ services so they do not cover prolotherapy.
MOST INSURANCES DO NOT PAY FOR THE PROLOTHERAPY PROCEDURE
Due to the complexities of the different insurances companies and plans, we require payment for prolotherapy at the time of service.
You are welcome to file your office visits and procedures with your insurance carrier. Your insurance may reimburse you for some, all, or none of the cost of prolotherapy.
The prices for prolotherapy are based on the region of the body requiring therapy. This is not necessarily the area that is painful. The region requiring therapy is based on the history and physical exam performed during your visit.
Prices range from $100 to $399 per session depending on the area requiring therapy. This may seem expensive to some people but it is much more cost effective than surgery, enduring pain, and years of additional damage to your body.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy increases the cost per session based on how much PRP solution you need for your particular injury. This is due to the price of the kits and equipment required for the procedure.
Our prices for prolotherapy are substantially more cost effective than surgery or numerous other therapies.
We cannot tell you how much your procedure will cost until we see you. We will discuss the treatment plan and prices during your visit and you will be able to decide how you would like to proceed. The best thing to do is schedule an appointment today so that you can get on the path to ‘pain free’ as soon as possible.
It is possible that any, or all, of your billed services may not be reimbursable by your insurance company. Discounted reimbursement by your insurance company (their arbitrary assignment of ‘reasonable and customary charges’, ‘medically necessary,’ etc.) reflects an agreement by the policyholder and company. This in no way influences the charges or payment due to Revolution Health & Wellness Clinic for services rendered.