Frequently Asked Questions
Please see our Fee Schedule.
We prefer cash or check, but also accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
Visit length vary depending on patient need determined by the practitioner. Most new patient visits are 60-90 minutes. Follow up visits are typically 30-60 minutes. The more complex the issue(s), the longer the visit will need to be.
At your first visit 3 main things will happen” 1) We will do a comprehensive history and physical examination. 2) We will come up with a comprehensive treatment plan based on our assessment and your input. 3) You will receive osteopathic manipulative treatment (unless it is not desired.)
We do not take insurance. We can provide a superbill and paid invoice that can be submitted for reimbursement. Depending on your plan, you could get a significant portion of your bill reimbursed by your insurance company. It is up to you to know the specifics of your insurance plan and whether or not you can submit, as well as how much to expect to be reimbursed.
Dr. Cuny is opted-out of Medicare and sees patients at Seek Optimal Health as fee for service under private contract agreements. Dr. Nuno is a Medicare provider for the Solano County Health Service and can be seen by Medicare patients at the County Health Clinic in Fairfield, but CANNOT see Medicare patients at SOH.
It is impossible to know how many treatment any individual will need. In general, acute problems need fewer treatments and chronic problems need more. We make the decision about follow up treatments at the time of the visit based on the progression toward health. Our goal is to not have to see you as we believe strongly in the body’s ability to heal itself. We are merely facilitators in the healing process.
Not all laboratory tests we use are covered by insurance. We strive to minimize costs to our patients whenever possible.
Yes! Unless you are so sick that you need more immediate care (like urgent care or emergency room), you should come to your appointment if sick as we can often help you recover quicker whether this is through targeted osteopathic manipulative treatment or holistic/integrative strategies to strengthen your immunity.
No. We are not set up to be anyone’s primary care physician. Our care, while comprehensive and thorough, is considered complementary.
No. We are not currently part of the workman’s comp provider network.
We will consider filling out disability paperwork only as a temporary measure for patients with whom we are already in a therapeutic relationship. (We will not fill out these forms at an initial visit.)