We realize you may have questions concerning our office, treatments, and services. Here are a few of our most commonly asked questions. For further assistance, please call us or email us using our contact us form.
How long is an appointment?
Appointment times vary based on individual need. Usually a first-time appointment may take between one and a half to two hours. The first follow-up, when we review any lab results and monitor the beginning of treatment, lasts about an hour. As a general rule, later follow-ups take 30-45 minutes.
Do you offer same-day appointments?
Yes, for emergencies.
What should I do if I can't make my appointment?
Call our office and inform the staff as soon as possible. If you are running late, you may have to reschedule the appointment for a later time.
When should I schedule a follow-up appointment?
Because of the busy nature of our practice, it's best to make a follow-up appointment at the end of each appointment with the doctor. Generally, follow-ups are available in 4-8 weeks.
Can I email the doctor between appoinments?
Due to the complexity of medical issues, we do not answer medical questions by email. We feel it is best to contact our office by phone.
Do you bill insurance?
What are your payment methods?
Cash, check, credit card or insurance.
What laboratory tests do you require?
Normally none prior to the initial consultation. We take an individualized approach to treatment and can't know what you will need, if any, until we have seen you. If laboratory tests are recommended, keep in mind that charges for lab tests vary and some may not be covered under your insutance. Dr. Jabaly will recommend to you which tests are absolutely necessary.
Do you see out of state patients?
Yes, you do not need to be a resident of Northwest Ohio.