How does gut health relate to dermatology?
In the last 15 years, we've learned a lot about the human microbiome and its impact on our health. We now know how toxins and gut health can affect conditions like dermatology. Our team of experts is here to guide you through the latest research and help you make informed decisions about your health.
Does NWPD accept HSA/FSA cards?
Yes, we accept both HSA and FSA cards. It's best to check with your insurance provider to confirm coverage, but typically we are covered as a qualified medical expense.
What is the cost of the Treatment?
New Patient Consultation - $300
Follow up appointments - $150
How will you treat my child's skin condition?
Every patient is truly unique. After obtaining a thorough history we will provide testing options and treatment plans tailored to your child's specific needs. A stool and urine test (gut microbiome and organic acid compound) are monumental in detecting root causes of common skin ailments. This will be a starting ground to determine potential health detriments and culprits of chronic skin conditions.
Does NWPD accept insurance?
Much of what we do is not covered by commercial insurance at this time, we are happy to provide you with a 'super bill' to provide to your insurance for out of network claims.