Do you work with individuals who share my diagnosis or symptoms?
Yes. We specialize in helping anyone with autoimmune disease or autoimmune-like symptoms on their healing journey. You can learn more about the conditions we support here.
How long do members typically work with their Care Team?
While our membership is month-to-month, most members work with us for 6-12 months. This time period is long enough for most members to experience meaningful symptom reduction and build their knowledge and tools for managing their autoimmune condition(s) in the long term.
Can I pay for my membership with HSA or FSA dollars?
Yes you can. We accept payment from HSAs and FSAs using debit or credit cards. Typically, your HSA or FSA will contact you to request a Letter of Medical Necessity, which you will need to obtain from your healthcare provider.
Can you order labs or advanced testing for me?
Yes. We offer a range of testing, including gut microbiome analysis, food sensitivities, hormone panels, heavy metals, and environmental toxins. Our Care Team will work with you to determine which tests are recommended based on your symptoms and health goals. Testing is optional and is not included in the membership.
Can I change coaches if it’s not a good fit?
Yes. Finding a coach you connect with is crucial to healing. While members rarely feel the need to switch coaches, we’ll work with you to connect you with the best possible match for you.
How do I get started?
Click here to sign up for a membership. You’ll be paired with your Care Team, complete our intake process, and get a personalized Care Plan to support your healing. If you're not happy in your first 30 days, we'll refund your money—no questions asked.
Still have questions? Speak with a member of our team to get them answered.
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