Information, Services, Fees And Forms

                                                                                                             

                                                     

         To download new patient forms click on the PDF file below: If you are 65 or older you must fill out the Medicare form.

 

 

Request for original medical chart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Patient Forms 

 

                         

                                                                                                               

 

                                                                                                                

                                                          
                                
Osteopath Education
Introduction
Physician Fees

Osteopathic Care

 

An osteopathic physician has a doctoral degree in osteopathic medicine. Osteopathic medical school (in which students earn the designation of “D.O.”) is similar to traditional medical school (in which students earn the designation of “M.D.”). Students complete their undergraduate degree and apply for medical school. Osteopathic medical school is four years: two years in traditional science coursework and two years in clinical rotation. D.O.s are licensed to evaluate, diagnose, write prescriptions, do surgery, order tests, and specialize in fields such as OBGYN, radiology, cardiology, family practice, geriatrics, orthopedics, pediatrics, etc. 

 

The main difference between medical and osteopathic medical school is that osteopathic students take an additional 300 to 500 hours of study in osteopathic principles and hands-on manipulative therapy of the human musculoskeletal system. They receive special training in the musculoskeletal system so they better understand how that system influences the condition of all other body systems. This enables D.O.s to diagnose and treat using their hands. D.O.s are trained to identify and correct structural problems, helping bodies to heal themselves.

 

After medical school D.O.s can take an osteopathic intern and residency program within the osteopathic umbrella but can also enter M.D. intern, resident, and fellowship programs. 

 

Hormone Balancing and Repletion

Services and Fees

 

Laboratory Tests (on average)   $195.00 up to $375.00, repeated annually.

 

Physicians fee for one annual office visit plus one year of prescriptions (if indicated). Patients can be seen in Indiana, Louisiana or New Mexico, at least once annually)     $200.00

 

Hormone consultation consists of three phases. First, an initial call to evaluate your medical history and determine what hormone tests would be appropriate for you. Second, a consultation to review the laboratory results and learn about some of the best options to attain hormonal balance. Third, we provide a written summary of our consultation and suggestions. $295.00

 

All patients are required to have a one hour check in call with Linda at six months after beginning hormone repletion.  $118.50 

 

The cost of bioidentical hormones from a compounding pharmacy is the responsibility of the patient. While we care about keeping the annual cost of hormone testing and repletion affordable for many men and women,  there will always be a small percentage of patients who require additional testing in order to obtain hormone balance. It is for the benefit of your health that you may be asked to recheck one or more of your hormone levels at any time, as indicated.

 

The cost for all laboratory testing is the responsibility of the patient.

 

To schedule, contact Linda Olson directly at: phone: 505-466-4482 or fax: 888-398-2058

 

 

 

Fees

LDN consults  $250.00 /1 hour.  LDN consults are required yearly to continue to be prescribed LDN.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LDN Prescriptions
 

Dr. Feeney is not taking any new LDN patients until May. If you need a new rx. before then you can find prescribin physicians here: 

https://www.ldnscience.org/patients/find-a-doctor

We provide LDN consults and prescribe LDN!

Low dose Naltrexone is a drug that is classified as an “opiate antagonist”. It was FDA approved in the 1980’s to be used for Heroin and Alcohol abuse in a dose that was 50mg. 

 

Two years later a physician by the name of Bernard Bihari discovered that in very low doses (1.5mg – 4.5mg) of LDN improved the immune systems of HIV patients. He found that it also had a huge impact on autoimmune diseases and cancer. Since that time LDN has been used as an “off label” medication for many patients that are suffering from HIV, MS, Chronic Fatigue, Cancer, Rhematoid Arthritis, Hoshimotos Thyroiditis, SLE and more. 

 

One of Dr. Bernard Bihari’s lifetime friend who is an internal medicine physician who also specializes in preventative medicine has created a website devoted to LDN. You can go to www.lowdosenaltrexone.org to find a wealth of information. Dr. Bihari died in 2010 but his legacy has the potential to change how we treat autoimmune disorders and cancers in the future. 

 

Physician Condultation and Fee  

We will make a chart for you. A complete history and physical will be taken and a prescription for a 90 day supply of LDN with 3 refills will be called into the pharmacy. The medication is billed by the pharmacy and costs about $46 for a three month supply.  In approximately 1 year you must have a new consultation to continue on the medication.

 

Consultation Fee $250

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Dr. Tamzon D. Feeney, D.O.

7345 Sichting Rd. 

Martinsville, IN 46151

 

317-914-9615

docfeeneydesk@gmail.com