TOP 7 QUESTIONS WE HEAR FROM CHRONIC CONDITION PATIENTS
What steps do I need to take in order to see if Dr. Moleski will accept my case?
We need to get a good idea of your current health condition, medical history, and motivation to get better. You can start by filling out the paperwork found on this page. Next, if you are aware of a certain health condition you have, watch that condition-specific video found on this page. If you don't have any idea what's going on, that's alright, too. Start by watching the "Chronic Conditions" video, then give us a call and we'll help you.
Since each patient is ultimately responsible for his or her healing, you need to be committed to turning your life around and getting better. If you are ready to work hard, and get amazing results, call to start your journey to better health.
Will I get better?
The therapies offered at Infinity Health have a great success rate. Check out the "Stories" tab to hear what some of our patients have to say.
Can I work and continue normal activities while in treatment?
Yes. Our treatments are all non-invasive and are aimed at getting you back to full-function and enjoying what you love.
How long does it take?
As long as it takes to get you better. It takes time for the body to naturally heal and rebuild itself, so a typical in-office program runs about 3-6 months. Your body will be changing and healing for months following active care. Each case is unique and is individually assessed to optimize healing and overall wellness.
What is the cost?
Our care is never a one-size-fits-all approach, so everyone has a different treatment plan. After your consultation and exam, you will be presented with a personalized care plan with pricing and affordable payment options. It really depends upon your body's needs. If you can afford $80-$150 per month, you can afford to work with Dr. Moleski to start toward a new you. You will never be charged for anything without first being fully informed.
Will my insurance company cover?
As for insurance - the simple answer is "no." Insurance companies typically cover what is "usual and customary." This translates to drugs, shots, and surgeries. Since that is not the approach we take at Infinity Health, most companies do not reimburse for care. When looking at your budget, consider whether or not you want to let your insurance company decide which doctors you see, how you seek healing, and your quality of life. When what you've been doing isn't getting you the results you want, it may be time for a new approach to your healthcare. We work with our patients to make sure they get the care they need.
Will I need to change how I eat?
Short answer? Yes. And it will be completely worth it.
If the connection between overall health and food doesn't make sense in your head, think of your body as a car and the food you eat as gas. If you put mud in your car instead of gas, the car won't be able to run well because it needs gas, not something else. The processed, hybridized, and genetically modified food we eat today doesn't truly fuel our bodies. Without that baseline nutrition, the various systems start to break down, and the whole person suffers.
If you're struggling to be motivated to make a change in your diet and lifestyle, take a moment and ask yourself if what you're doing now has gotten you to where you want to be?