Submit our Book Appointment form or call 877-508-1177 to schedule your initial appointment with a Holtorf Medical Group provider and start your health journey today.
During your initial visit, your Holtorf Medical Group provider will spend ample time with you reviewing concerns, addressing any questions, and discussing what next steps.
Testing is an extremely important aspect of uncovering the root cause of symptoms. Through advanced testing, our providers are able to treat the whole body, rather than just symptoms.
In a follow-up visit with your provider, they will review all test results and discuss what your treatment plan will include.
Now it’s your turn. This phase of your journey to health includes implementing all recommended treatment initiatives.
As you progress in your health journey, you will meet with your Holtorf Medical Group provider on a regular basis to adjust and refine your treatment plan to ensure you continue to feel your best.
Our patients are typically able to receive partial or full coverage of lab testing ordered by their Holtorf Medical Group provider. Coverage may require a copay and will depend on each patient's individual insurance plan, diagnoses, and whether or not the lab executing the testing is within their insurance network.
While Holtorf Medical Group does not accept insurance directly, depending on your insurance provider, you may be reimbursed for a portion of your treatment. It is important to recognize that although we have an idea of what might be approved for coverage, our staff are not experts on the specific guidelines for each provider. Further, insurance companies consider each claim individually based on a variety of factors. Therefore, something that is covered for you may not be approved for a friend or relative. We recommend that you contact your insurance provider to discuss your out-of-network coverage and benefits.
Dr. Holtorf made the decision to not enter into a contract with any insurance companies for several reasons. When a physician contacts an insurance company, he or is agreeing to practice medicine within the framework dictated by that particular insurance provider. This means that diagnostic and treatment protocols, medications, and appointment duration are all determined by the insurance company, and more or less outside of the physician's control. The familiar experience in which your doctor seems to be racing through your appointment so they can move on to the next patient can be credited to the system. It is not the fault of the physician, simply a requirement of staying afloat while operating within these parameters.