Sinclairmethod.org is covering MD, looks like the practitioner is a psychiatrist too, so that can be a plus if he offers other medical treatments alongside TSM (like TSM and Gabapentin, for instance). I think Dr. Umhau and Alcure are the higher priced choices, but Alcure *does* include the medication in the price.
MDProactive would be the least expensive, I think the first appointment for TSM is about $80 and the follow-ups are less.
If you end up getting the medication by yourself, GoodRx.com can help you get a good price on it at a local pharmacy.
Post by joesixpack on Sept 16, 2019 20:05:30 GMT -5
This I don't know. Some TSM docs are starting to take insurance or at least will help you bill your insurance company yourself, but many don't want their insurance company to know. It can be difficult finding a pharmacy that won't sell your info to life insurance companies, so that might be a factor for you. Whichever new pharmacy you might use, if insurance isn't covering you, pay cash and don't give them your SSN if you want to keep things under wraps. CVN has been implicated in an instance when one person was surprised to find out her doctor knew about her Naltrexone use.
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