Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is your success rate?

A: All of our patients have results! Many regaining 100% of their degenerated nerve function!

Q: How much does treatment cost?

A: In the interest of better serving you, we do not estimate or “ballpark” treatment costs. Your treatment investment will be determined by Dr. May after your thorough consultation and exam, once it is determined that you are a good candidate for this treatment.

Q: Does insurance cover this?

A: This is a yes-and-no situation, and here’s why: If you have a Health Saving’s Account (HSA) or a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) through your insurance, most insurance companies have allowed our patients to use that to cover treatment! Unfortunately, insurance companies are not at a point where they are willing to accept our natural, effective treatment as a covered benefit. However, over 70% of our patients are retired, disabled, or on fixed income. We have many payment options and will do everything in our power to serve you!

Q: How many times will I be visiting your office?

A: This will vary slightly depending on your treatment plan, but most people are here once every 2 weeks. More or less visits may be needed depending on your treatment plan.

Q: If this works, how come my doctor hasn’t told me about it?

A: Your doctor is likely offering the only treatment approach they know, which is prescription drugs or surgery. Our treatment is new and more significantly, it’s natural. You won’t use drugs, have surgery, or be poked with injections.

Q: Do you guarantee results?

A: Once it is determined that you are a good candidate for this program, you will begin treatment and get results. In the unlikely event that you have 0% improvement over the course of your treatment, we promise that we will do whatever it takes to make it right. We take great pride in serving you like family!

7 Objections to Reversing Neuropathy Pain

1. I’m retired and on a fixed income, I can’t afford treatment.

Most of our patients are retired and on a fixed income. Therefore, we choose to serve by having different programs and several payment options available. Can you afford not to seek treatment? What has your neuropathy already cost you? What will it cost you in the next 3 years? Just ask our patients and they’ll tell you – the investment is worth it!

2. I don’t have the time to take appropriate care of myself.

Taking time for others is often easier than taking time for ourselves. However, if you do not take the time to care for yourself now, your health will inevitably worsen, and you will regret not taking action when you had the chance. It takes no more time to eat correctly than poorly, and treatment can be done in the comfort of your home as you’re watching TV.

3. I’ve been told there’s no cure, so you can’t possibly help me.

What we offer is not a cure, it’s a treatment. Every person that does our treatment has results, some improving their nerve function by 100%. Yes, you read that right – some people completely reverse their neuropathy and regain 100% nerve function. What would you do with a happy, pain-free life?

4. I’ve tried everything else and nothing has helped. This probably won’t work either.

You may have tried everything else, but you haven’t tried this. To be frank, it’s not until meeting with Dr. May for a consultation and exam that we can determine if this treatment approach will work for you. But once you’re approved for treatment and begin, you will see improvement. Every patient does.

5. My primary care doctor may not approve.

Dr. May will always be open and willing to work with any doctor or health professional you currently have. They should be open and willing to do the same. She will gladly send a report to any doctor you wish, to keep them informed of your treatment and progress. Ultimately, you are in charge of your health and the choice of treatment you wish to pursue.

6. There’s no hope for me, I’m depressed, and I’ve given up.

If you’re feeling this way, you’re not alone. We are a last resort for many people. People like you who have given up on finding a solution for their neuropathy and feel burdened by pain and frustration. For many, a consultation with Dr. May creates light at the end of a long, dark tunnel. It’s not too late for you and there’s still hope. You’re in the right place!

7. I’m not paying out-of-pocket when I have insurance.

For many, insurance covers drugs that don’t work, appointments with doctors that don’t know how to help, and surgeries to amputate when the neuropathy gets too far gone. Our patients see the value in seeking treatment outside of their insurance network, because they have tried everything that insurance covers and their neuropathy is getting worse. If you want a different outcome, you must look outside of insurance. As the saying goes, to get a result you’ve never had, you have to do something you’ve never done.