• Connect with Dr Kurt

  • FAQ

    1. Do You Take My Insurance?

    Sadly this is the one of the first questions people want to know.  Why is it sad?  There are thousands of doctors that accept your insurance but won’t help you get better.  The first question should be, “Can you help me with my specific problem?”  We don’t know until we talk about it first.  I encourage you to book a complimentary 15 minute phone consultation to see if we can help you before we discuss anything else.

    The short answer is that we do not contract with any insurance carriers.  Insurance is great for event based needs like accidents and injuries, but when it comes to chronic health problems, insurance is not equipped at getting to the root of your problems.

    2. How Much Do Your Services Cost?

    The initial visit is $175.  Prior to our visit, we want to do homework.  Dr. Kurt wants to comb through your health history and review any labs/imaging you may have had in the past 18 months or so before you sit down together for that initial visit to create an action plan.

    The long answer is that it depends on your individual wants, needs, and health goals.  Because we provide and recommend services based on your unique situation, there is no standard answer.  The standard question is going to be, “what are your goals?”  The best results come to those that are ready to make changes and be consistent with them.

    3. Can I use my HSA or FSA account?

    Absolutely!  We think these are the best type of plans on the market as YOU can decide where you want to spend your healthcare dollars and get tax savings on top.  We provide the necessary documentation to make sure you are in compliance.

    4. Do You Take Care of Kids?

    Absolutely.  About 30% of the clients each week at our office are children.  We are not replacing their pediatrician but as more and more parents want a more holistic and natural approach, the pediatrician is used more for emergency type concerns.  We have helped many minors with ear infections, constipation, reflux, sleep issues, and even migraines.  Yes, more and more kids are getting migraines these days.