Prices, promotions, availability, formulas and ingredients subject to change without notice.
Nutrient injections are intended as supplementation for generally healthy individuals. Our formulas have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and have not been approved to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease. Formulas are not substitutions for standard medical care and should not be used in place of treatments recommended by your qualified healthcare professional. Consultation with your general practitioner (GP) is recommended before beginning this or any supplemental treatment.
Treatment is solely voluntary, is not deemed medically necessary and is not covered by insurance.
Payment is due in full before services are rendered.
All services are provided based on a self-pay agreement. We don’t accept or bill insurance.
We accept cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover and debit cards displaying the Visa or MasterCard logo.
We don’t accept personal checks.
Use of HSA/FSA cards are at your own risk. We don’t provide letters of medical necessity or coded receipts for your provider. Should you decide to use a health savings account (HSA) card or flexible spending account (FSA) card and charges are not accepted or reversed by the card issuer (provider), you are responsible for any fees or fines incurred.
We don’t offer refunds. Gift cards and promotional cards are not transferrable and are not redeemable for cash or credit.
Results vary per individual; we cannot and do not guarantee results.
You must be 18 years of age or older to receive treatment (proper ID is required) unless you are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
A signed electronic Informed Consent is mandatory prior to receiving treatment—you must give your voluntary, informed consent. Informed Consent is the process of understanding the risks and benefits of treatment and voluntarily agreeing to treatment without coercion.
Some injectable solutions may be contraindicated with certain health conditions or situations, including cancer, pregnancy and breastfeeding, or when taken concurrently with some supplements and/or medications, which will be addressed prior to treatment. It is your responsibility to thoroughly read the Informed Consent that outlines the treatment and possible contraindications, to ask questions you may have, to let us know if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and disclose any health conditions, concerns and medications you are currently taking (prescription, herbal, or otherwise) prior to treatment. If you have any known adverse reactions to any of the ingredients in a shot you’re considering – please avoid it. Please be sure to consult with your doctor regarding any healthcare questions and for any health related concerns or problems.
Not all shots or individual solutions may be available at all locations or events at all times.
Shots, shot names, shot formulas, services, locations, times, availability and prices subject to change without prior notice.
RIGHT TO REFUSE TREATMENT
We may deny treatment to an individual for reasons left to the discretion of the doctor that may include but not limited to:
The client is disruptive or otherwise difficult to handle;
The client lacks the capacity, ability or competency to consent to treatment;
The client has a health condition that may be contraindicated with treatment;
The client is being coerced by others to receive treatment;
The client is under 18 years of age and is not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian;
The client refuses to disclose true identity, provide accurate contact information, and/or show proper proof of ID.
Information on this website has not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Contents provided are for general information purposes only and not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or qualified healthcare provider. Dr. Gayl Hyde, Naturopathic Doctor, PC (www.bbarsf.com) assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the content of its sites or blogs. Products and services provided, including nutrient injections, are not guaranteed to prevent, treat, or cure any health concern, condition, or disease. Prices, formulas, programs, services, events, partner locations and hours of operation are subject to change without prior notice.
We do not accept or bill insurance. We do not code receipts for reimbursement.
Services we offer are not covered or reimbursed by Medicare, Medicaid, or Medi-Cal.
By making a purchase you understand you may not seek insurance reimbursement.
All services are strictly self-pay.
PROTECTED INFORMATION (PRIVACY)
We maintain the privacy of medical and health information of any individual for whom we provide services (“Protected Health Information” or “PHI”) and endeavor to comply with all relevant state, national and international laws and regulations including the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). In addition, all personal information is confidential and not disclosed to third parties unless under a court order or we have received signed documentation from our client to release information being requested. This includes but is not limited to name, address, phone number, social security number and e-mail address. Information regarding a minor’s PHI may be disclosed to the parent or legal guardian as required by law. It is important that you understand that your information can be used and shared in the following ways:
For your treatment and care coordination, multiple health care providers may be involved in your treatment directly or indirectly.
For any injectable solution that necessitates a formal prescription; your information will be shared with our compounding pharmacy, which may include your name, date of birth, address, phone number, height, weight, allergies to medication and any other pertinent information relevant for fulfilling the prescription.
With your family, friends, relatives or others that you identify who are involved in your health care, health care bills, or payment of treatment.
To protect the public's health, such as reporting when the flu is in your area or if you are a physical threat to yourself, your doctor, the community, or your family.
To make required reports to the police, such as gunshot wounds.
Obtain payment from third party payers.