Pinnacle Health


About Us


Do you accept my insurance?
No, we do not accept insurance, we are a cash pay clinic. Our practice is not contracted with any insurance companies.
Why don't you accept insurance?
Many of our services are not covered by insurance or there are high copays or deductibles. By not accepting insurance we are able to keep the costs down and provided services for everyone. For example, traditional lab values state testosterone is normal between 300-900. This is a huge range and most men feel awful way before they go below 300. But typically insurance will not cover testosterone replacement therapy unless a man has a level below 300. A similar situation occurs with women’s hormones as well as some weight loss options.
What are the benefits of a cash pay clinic?
Being a cash pay clinic allows our provider to spend the necessary time with each patient. We will also respond to your calls or messages in a timely fashion. We know your time is valuable and treat you as such. Also, you will know your out-of-pocket expenses up front and can plan accordingly with no surprise costs.
May I use my HSA card?

Our practice is able to charge services on your HSA card. It is the patient’s responsibility to ensure that the services are covered under their plan as every plan is different. 

Do you offer estrogen and testosterone pellets?
Yes, hormone pellets are one option. Unlike other providers who simply place pellets in everyone, our model emphasizes hormone optimization in the form that is best for each patient. We use clinical judgement as well as our training and experience in hormone optimization to help you decide what will work best for you. Our provider has performed over 1,000 pellet procedures so you can feel comfortable if pellet placement is right for you.
Our office is closed from Dec 22 through Jan 1 in order for us to spend time with our families. We will reopen for normal business hours Jan 2nd at 9 am.
If you are an existing patient, please contact us as you normally would, we will respond to non-emergency situations when the office re-opens in January.