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Transparent Pricing For Self-Pay Patients

Welcome to our Transparent Pricing Section, where we believe in providing clear and straightforward information about the costs associated with our services. Below, you will find the pricing for our self-pay services, offering transparency to those seeking clarity on the financial aspect of their healthcare journey. It's important to note that the prices listed reflect our cash rates. We are committed to ensuring that our patients have access to comprehensive information, allowing them to make informed decisions about their healthcare. Please be aware that the figures provided here serve as a baseline, and we encourage you to reach out to our dedicated team for personalized assistance regarding insurance-related inquiries.

Office Visit
(Self-Pay Price):


What is included in your office visit:


  2. Medical History Review:

    • Discussion of your past and current health conditions, medications, allergies, and family medical history.

  3. Symptom Assessment:

    • In-depth discussion about the reason for your visit, including any symptoms or concerns you may be experiencing.

  4. Physical Examination:

    • Hands-on examination by the healthcare provider to assess your overall health, specific symptoms, and vital signs (blood pressure, heart rate, etc.).

  5. Diagnosis and Treatment Plan:

    • Discussion of a potential diagnosis based on your symptoms and examination, followed by a proposed treatment plan.

  6. Prescription or Referral (if necessary):

    • Issuance of prescriptions for medications or referrals to specialists or additional tests if needed.

  7. Health Education:

    • Information and guidance on managing your health condition, preventive measures, and lifestyle changes.

  8. Follow-Up Instructions:

    • Recommendations for any necessary follow-up visits, tests, or monitoring.

  9. Patient Counseling:

    • Guidance on managing chronic conditions, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and addressing any behavioral or mental health concerns.

Penile Shockwave Therapy for ED
*Please note that this service is not covered by insurance*

PriMALE Precision:
Metabolic Rate Evaluation + 
Nutrition & Wellness Coaching

*Please note that this service is not covered by insurance*

Peyronie's Disease Treatment
*Please note that this service is not covered by insurance*

Expert Hair Loss & Stretch Mark Solutions
*Please note that this service is not covered by insurance*

PriMALE Health Insights:
In-House Labs and Screening Tests

PriMALE Therapeutic Injections:

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Special Offer For First Responders!

In appreciation of your dedicated service, we are excited to offer all first responders a 10% discount on all non-insurance medical services. This exclusive discount is available to:

  • Firefighters

  • Police Officers

  • Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)

  • Search and Rescue Personnel

  • Emergency Dispatchers

  • Public Works Staff

Simply present your proof of identification as a first responder to enjoy this exclusive discount. Thank you for all that you do!

The Financial Wisdom of Paying Out of Pocket for Medical Services

In the complex world of healthcare expenses, it's essential to navigate your options wisely. While insurance is a valuable safety net, there are instances where paying out of pocket for medical services makes more financial sense. Let's explore why this approach can be a strategic choice for your wallet.

1. Deductible Dilemma: One key factor to consider is your insurance deductible. Until you meet this predetermined amount, your insurance company typically won't contribute to covering medical costs. This means you're essentially paying out of pocket until the deductible is satisfied. By choosing to pay directly for certain services, you may avoid unnecessary expenses and gain better control over your healthcare spending.

2. Cost Efficiency of Labs and Procedures: Believe it or not, some medical services, like labs and procedures, can be more cost-effective when paid for out of pocket. Submitting these services to insurance providers may involve additional administrative costs, leading to higher overall expenses. By cutting out the middleman and paying directly, you might find yourself with a smaller bill.

3. Avoiding Surprise Bills: Insurance negotiations with healthcare providers can be intricate, and the result might be a surprise bill arriving in your mailbox. Paying out of pocket eliminates the uncertainty and potential financial shocks associated with unexpected charges. This transparency can empower you to make informed decisions about your healthcare spending.

4. Streamlined Process: Going the out-of-pocket route often means a more straightforward and quicker payment process. With insurance, there are paperwork, approvals, and back-and-forth communications that can drag out the billing process. By paying directly, you may save both time and effort.

5. High-Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs): If you have a high-deductible health plan, the financial burden can be significant before insurance starts to cover expenses. In such cases, paying out of pocket for specific services might be a more financially viable option, especially if the cost is lower than your deductible.

While insurance is undoubtedly a valuable resource in managing healthcare costs, it's crucial to recognize situations where paying out of pocket can be a financially savvy choice. By understanding your insurance policy, considering the nature of the medical service, and evaluating the associated costs, you can make informed decisions that align with your budget and financial well-being. Remember, the ultimate goal is to ensure you receive quality care without unnecessary financial strain.

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