Our FAQ section includes answers to general payment and insurance questions. If you have more specific questions, please contact us.
Your initial consultation is no charge. If you are using insurance, the blood draw will be covered. If you are paying cash, the blood draw is $95.
Your testosterone levels need to be around 300 for insurance to cover TRT therapy. However, it will depend on which insurance carrier you have. We check your coverage before treatment.
Costs are determined by your specific insurance plan.
Generally, there will be deductibles, co-pays, co-insurance and max out-of-pocket that will be your financial responsibility. Upon starting a TRT regimen, we will discuss payment options that cover deductibles and co-pays.
Costs vary depending on your share of financial responsibility. We can set-up affordable payment plans to cover your out-of-pocket expenses.
If insurance elects not to cover treatment, elective treatment is still an option. We will discuss affordable cash payment options during your follow-up consultation.
We are in-network with many major health insurance providers (except for Medicare and Medicaid), including but not limited to Blue Cross/Blue Shield, UHC, Midland’s Choice, UMR, Medical, Group Pension Administrators, TriCare, and more. We also accept HRA/HSA payments. If you would like to know what your specific plan covers, we can check your coverage before treatment.
Whether covering deductibles, co-pays, out-of-pocket costs for insurance or you are paying cash for treatment, we accept all payment forms including HSAs, Flex Spending, debit/credit cards, cash, and checks.
We feel that gentleman get the best results when visiting the clinic every week, where we are able to closely monitor your progress and ensure you are feeling your best. In some cases, you can have the medication drop shipped to your home for your convenience, and visit our clinic for blood draws and check-in with our physicians. You will need to have a conversation with your provider to see if at home injections are appropriate for you.
Insurance does not cover ED treatments and medications.
Insurance does not cover Peptide medication. However, if you are using an HSA, you may be able to use your benefits.
We currently do not. At this time, all patients must be seen in our clinic for treatment.
Your initial consultation at Limitless Male is no charge. If you are using insurance, your blood draw will be covered that day. If you are paying cash, there is a $95 fee for the blood draw.
Let the Board-Certified Physicians at Limitless Male Medical help you stop waiting and start living again. You have nothing to lose-a simple blood test can get you back in the game.
*If you are not using insurance, there may be a nominal charge for the blood test. We will discuss any charges prior to treatment.