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Frequently Asked Health Care Questions

No, we are a cash-only clinic.

Functional/Integrative Medicine is an approach that focuses on diagnosing and treating the root cause of disease, not simply masking the symptoms.

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Yes, at Rose Canyon Health & Wellness we provide healthcare for the entire family, from your little one to Grandma.

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Direct Primary Care is where you pay your healthcare provider directly rather than using health insurance. This allows for more convenient appointments, longer visits, and affordable healthcare.

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Rose Canyon Health & Wellness offers tailored weight loss management programs that can help you lose weight and keep it off.

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Yes, Rose Canyon Health & Wellness offers various pain management options that can naturally address your symptoms.

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We do, Rose Canyon Health & Wellness can help diagnose and treat hormonal imbalances in women and men.

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Yes, at Rose Canyon Health & Wellness we can diagnose and treat a variety of gastrointestinal issues, disorders and diseases.

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Of course! At Rose Canyon Health & Wellness we would be more than happy to help diagnose and treat your autoimmune disorder.

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Yes we do. We offer same-day appointments for those with and without a direct primary care membership.

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We provide a universal health insurance claim form (HCFA) to you at each visit. This form can then be submitted to your insurance.

Payment is due at the time services are rendered. We accept cash, debit, and credit cards including Health Savings Accounts (HSA).

Maybe. Call your account holder and ask of naturopathic services are covered and the requirements to submit a claim for reimbursement.

Call your insurance company and tell them you want integrative/functional medicine covered. If your plan is through an employer, tell the person or people who make insurance coverage decisions at the company.

Health insurance is highly regulated through the government. Tell your local, state, and national legislators that you want integrative/functional medicine covered.

Schedule Your Consultation

Are you ready to explore primary care with a whole health approach to your wellness? Our number one goal is always to be patient-focused and driven to provide the absolute best care. Schedule a consultation with Megan or call us at (602) 740-2021 and learn what personalized, integrative medical care can do for you.