Frequently Answered Questions

Does Insurance Pay for Ayurveda?

Yes and no. Insurance companies do not recognize and therefore, do not reimburse for Ayurvedic services. However, you may use your FSA or HSA to pay for Ayurvedic consultations, treatments and products. Sometimes they will require extra documentation which we can supply you.

Does Dr. Beech Treat Chiropractic Patients On The First Visit?

Absolutely yes! We don’t believe that a patient in pain should wait for treatment. After the consultation and evaluation, treatment will occur on the same day.

How Long Does It Take To See Results With Ayurveda?

In most cases our patients notice improvements in their health in 30 to 60 days after beginning the treatement protocols.

Can Dr. Beech Help My Condition With Ayurveda?

Each condition is different. You may see the common conditions we treat or set up a free 15 minute phone consultation with Dr. Beech to answer your specific questions.

I’m A New Patient Do Chiropractic Adjustments Hurt? What Causes That Cracking Sound?

Chiropractic treatment includes Chiropractic Adjustments aka Spinal Manipulations. There are many different techniques some of which create a “popping sound” in the joint when it is released. That sound is caused by a pressure change in the fluid of the joint called Cavitation. It is the same phenomena that you hear when you pop your knuckles. Generally if feels very good with immediate release of tension. Sometimes there may be a slight pain for just a moment that quickly goes away. Not all Manipulation techniques create the popping sound. Dr. Beech utilizes many methods of Manipulation which can be individually tailored to your needs.

What Is The Difference Between The Terms Deductible, Copayment and Coinsurance

Deductible – the amount you pay before your insurance is obligated to pay anything. For example, if your deductible is $500, then the first $500 of your care is “deducted” from the insurance company’s responsibility to pay. In other words, you will be out of pocket for the first $500 of care.

Copayment – a set amount that you pay on each visit. For example, if your copayment is $20 then you will be responsible to pay that amount each visit. If you owe a deductible, then the copayment would be considered part of the deductible for that visit. Therefore, if the total charge was $100. You would pay the $20 copay at the time of service. Your deductible amount owed would be $80.

Coinsurance – coinsurance is similar to a copayment except rather than a set amount, it is a percentage of the allowed charge determined by the insurance company. For example, if the insurance allowed $100 for a visit and the coinsurance is 10%, then you would owe $10 for that visit.

Does Transdermal Marma Therapy Require Me To Be Covered In Oil?

No, Marma therapy uses transdermal creams to treat vital energy points on the body called Marma points. It is not a massage and does not use oil. Here is a complete description of Marma Therapy.

Why Do I Need To Come 30 Early For A New Patient Appointment?

Your appointment with Dr. Beech is time set aside for him to consult, evaluate and treat you. However, there are always some administrative tasks to complete for New Patients such as forms to fill out, insurance information etc. Please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment so you can spend the entire time with Dr. Beech without shortchanging valuable treatment time. Late arrivals may necessitate rescheduling.

What are Dr. Beech’s qualifications? Is he board certified? Where did he get his Ayurvedic training?

Dr. Beech has been practicing Chiropractic and Ayurveda since 1984. He is certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and holds professional licensing in Maryland, Tennessee and Colorado. You may read more about his qualifications and training here.

Can Dr. Beech Write Me A Prescription For Pain Medication?

As a Chiropractor, Dr. Beech is not licensed to prescribe or give advice about medication.

Where Do Your Ayurvedic products comes from ? Are They The Same As Dr. Mishra’s Products From Chandi?

Our inspiration comes from our dear departed teacher Vaidya RK Mishra.  Vaidya Mishra’s family lineage (known as Shaka Vansiya) maintained the completeness of Ayurveda for over 5000 years.  Vaidya carefully incorporated that ancient wisdom into all of his formulations. However, having lived in the West for more than 3 decades often he noticed that the Western physiology could not tolerate the intensity of the traditional Ayurvedic herbal formulas.  Thus, he created new formulations based upon the eternal principles of Ayurveda yet modified for the physiological needs of today’s population.

We created Prabhava Ayurvedic Products to continue Vaidya’s mission.  Our product’s sourcing and manufacturing are directly supervised by the remaining members of the Mishra family called the Shaka Vansiya Ayurvedic Family Foundation (SVAFF) and strictly adhere to Vaidya’s dedication to purity of materials and proper processing.

We are not connected with Dr. Mishra’s former company Chandi in any way.

You may shop our Ayurvedic products here.

Do You Take My Insurance?

We participate with most insurance companies.

Do You Treat Children?

Yes, we treat children of all ages.

Is Chiropractic Appropriate During Pregnancy?

Yes, Chiropractic is very helpful during pregnancy. We can help prevent and control back pain and make your pregnancy much more comfortable.

Do You Treat Auto Accident Injuries?

Yes, Dr. Beech has over 35 years experience treating patients with whiplash and other related car accident injuries. Read more here.