Frequently Asked Questions
Getting an accurate diagnosis can be one of the most impactful experiences that you can have. We can help you get there.
Well Cell is the industry leader in Physiologic Insulin Resensitazation and is predominantly focused on clinical and scientific advancements with this modality. Therefore Well Cell licenses this technology to institutions, companies, and providers. Many of these licensed providers work with most insurance plans and, of course, Medicare. However, if they are not in-network on your plan, they may have insurance experts that can assist you in determining coverage for your services. When you provide your insurance information, they can review your policy and better answer the question.
Each licensed and certified provider may have a slightly different process. Typically you’ll meet with a certified member of the medical staff who will review your medical history and physical condition and explain the treatment in more depth. This consultation is very important in creating your customized care plan. Typical consultations take 30 to 60 minutes. You may be asked to come prepared for blood work if your latest blood work is not up to date.
Because this is a relatively new modality and most doctors use insulin as a drug versus a hormone, your doctor may or may not be fully aware of this patented treatment protocol. Our licensed providers would be more than happy to schedule a peer-to-peer review at your doctor’s convenience with their medical director. Please feel free to have your doctor review this information and contact a licensed modality provider with any questions.
The first step is to schedule a consultation with a provider so they can review your specific situation and physical condition and help you understand how the treatment can help you individually.
Everyone is different, so we rely on your individual and personalized care plan. At your consultation, the medical staff will determine your care plan and course of treatment. Care plans range from one three-hour weekly infusions to one two-hour infusion approximately every six weeks.