How Not Taking Insurance Helps Us Provide You Better IBS Care
We Offer You Flexibility And Affordability.
- We make expert IBS treatment flexible and affordable for any budget by offering options to assist you in paying for your treatment. Many of our patients have compared the out-of pocket cost of constant doctor visits, copays, prescription medication and supplements and coupled that with a loss of productivity and opportunity in their work and personal lives. They have found that taking charge and being intentional in their care for IBS has been much more economical.
- We have partnered with CareCredit for financing. We have found that working with CareCredit has been a very good option for many of our patients, though we do take a range of payment types and are happy to discuss those options with you.
No Interest Payment Plans
6 AND 12 MONTH NO-INTEREST PLANS
You can finance your procedure over 12 months without interest. With this plan, you can expect:
- No pre-payment penalties
- No fees
- No down payment
- No interest if paid in 12 months
Extended Payment Plans
18 MONTH PLANS AVAILABLE.
With an extended payment plan from CareCredit, you can expect:
- No down payment
- No interest.
- No pre-payment penalties or fees
- Payments as low as $125 per month
We also accept these payment types:
- Credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover
- Flexible and Health Savings Accounts (FSA/HSA)
- Debit cards
Cost of Treatment
How it Works:
- You pay the IBS Treatment Center as you go by cash, check, or major debit/credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Flexible Spending Account, and Health Savings Account cards).
- You submit to your insurance company the paperwork we provide.
- Your insurance company mails you a check for their portion of the charges.
Health Insurance Plans That Often Reimburse, Depending Upon Your Plan
Health insurance typically reimburses patients for a significant portion of the medical expenses at the IBS Treatment Center. *
* Medicaid plans, Medicare, and Medicare Supplemental Plans do not typically reimburse.