Frequently Asked Questions
I’m feeling really run down with very low energy, what could be going on? Can you help me?
I’ve gained weight and can’t seem to keep it off, can you help me?
I have brain fog and can’t seem to fully “wake up”, what can I do?
I have joint pain--back, shoulder, knee, elbow, ankle, neck, etc--can you help me?
Can you help me with weight loss?
During your visit FAQ
What should I expect to happen during my first appointment?
- Paperwork will take about 15 min to complete so we ask new patients to come at least 15 min prior to their first appointment.
- The initial consultation will take between 30-45 min.
- The initial office visit will cost $157. Follow-up visits cost $107.
How many appointments should I expect to get the best results?
This could range from one to five visits depending on which program the patient utilizes. IV chelation treatments may be as many as 20+ depending on the patient.
Will my insurance cover any treatments?
We DON’T accept any insurance of any kind. We don’t accept Medicare or Medicaid.
Dr. Walters does not do any preauthorization of any kind.
Karlie will provide you with a superbill that you can use to send to your insurance company. You should realize, however, that almost none of the treatments that Dr. Walters offers patients are covered by insurance.
Why Dr. Walters occasionally uses profanity?
- To call attention to. . .
Irony — a respected physician isn’t supposed to use the F-word — which then communicates a sense that the physician has a self-awareness and self-deprecative nature. This adds an entirely new layer of meaning, and it all comes from the usage of one simple F-bomb.
But secondly, and more importantly, swear words call attention. They signify extremity or urgency. They shock us or force our focus onto something in a more severe way.
Mark Manson explains this reasoning in detail in his blog “Why I Have a Potty Mouth” that I encourage you to read in its entirety.