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Taking Notes


Is the treatment safe?

Yes. It is completely safe. All of our licensed nurses work under the supervision of a licensed physician that approves a customized treatment plan and reviews each patient’s progress. A U.S. licensed compounding pharmacy makes our NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide).

How do I begin?

Contact us to schedule an assessment appointment. During the assessment, a questionnaire and the patient’s current history and current medical status are reviewed. In some cases, a brief physical and blood tests may be required.

Is the treatment program inpatient
or outpatient?

Our NAD+ treatment is an outpatient program that is performed in the comfort of your own home under the supervision of trained medical staff.

Are you a military veteran?

First, NAD+ Drip Therapy, LLC would like to thank you for your commitment and service to our country. We recognize that military service sometimes has its own set of stress-related issues that can benefit from NAD+ therapy. We also realize that you may not be financially prepared to take advantage of this restorative program therefore we are offering financial assistance to qualified veterans. Please contact us today to find out more about how NAD+ therapy can benefit you and if you qualify for financial assistance.

How long will it take each day?

Treatment will vary from day to day. Typically, the first two days run from 8 to 10 hours, with the remaining days running from 4 to 6 hours.

Do you accept health insurance?

We are not an insurance provider. Some insurance companies may provide coverage. You will need to contact your insurance carrier to confirm coverage. Payment is expected at time of service. Although we do not file claims or accept payment from insurance companies directly, we will refer you to a claims specialist who will provide you with all necessary documents you will need to seek reimbursement.

What is the cost?

There is a $175 assessment fee. Each individual assessment is reviewed by medical staff, prior to treatment, to determine the protocol and recommended number of days for treatment.

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