Frequently Asked Questions

Does True Health accept insurance plans?

True Health does not participate in any insurance plans. Naturopathic medicine is currently not recognized by insurance companies in Wisconsin. However, it may be possible for some services and supplements to be reimbursed by your HSA (Health Savings Account) or FLEX plan. It is the responsibility of the patient to research these options prior to their appointment. Without insurance as an option, we are able to maintain a practice that offers cost-effective options for our patients. We are able to do so as there is no “red-tape” that drives higher rates and costs for many of our offerings.

How long will I need to be a patient to be cured?

We don’t know. Our office believes that transparency is key in our communication with our patients. So, one thing that we share is that there is nothing fast in naturopathic medicine. When one chooses to add health back into their body to nourish cells and promote natural healing, time is necessary; patient compliance will certainly help expedite the healing process. Pharmaceuticals often yield fast, targeted resolution of symptoms for what they are intended to address but will often create a wave of unwanted side-effects. Many patients opt to continue their treatments plan beyond the relief of their initial complaints because they realize that feeling great is within their reach. Patient consults are helpful in determining what you may expect as a new patient. To learn more, visit our new patient page.

What is it like to be a patient at True Health?

As a new patient, you come to us ready for change, motivated by the idea of new possibilities and possessing a desire to be involved in your health transformation. Your health really is our purpose. From the moment you begin treatment with us, you will notice some distinct differences in our operation. Being a patient here is about being recognized and acknowledged. Your intake is comprehensive as we want to know just as much about your biography as we do your biology. We take our time to get to know all about you to create a plan as unique and individual as you. We provide you with quick responses to your questions and needs and leave you feeling supported and nurtured through every step of the way.

How much does this whole thing cost?

When someone is setting up their initial appointment with Dr. Paulson, it is anticipated that their charges for their first visit will total between $300 and $700. These are estimates based on typical patient experiences. Variables for new patients would include supplements and lab orders. New patients are welcome to a complimentary consult with Jennifer Lutz to gain clarity on the new patient experience.