Doctor insights on:
How To Get Help With Health Insurance
Operation Smile Info: Our U.S. Care network referral service is available to families in the United States, so they may find the help they need for their children. For an operation smile representative who can provide guidance, call 888-677-6453 or 757-321-7645. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Finding yourself: People "find" themselves through all kinds of contexts, usually in relation to others. Some benefit from psychotherapy. Others find interests that call to them, and engage in them persistently. They find that this expresses deep aspects of them. Could be art, music, or countless others. Give your time and energy to what calls you -- and before long, you're feeling whole and engaged yourself. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
No: If you are paying the lawyer you also need to pay the doctor. Ask the lawyer if he would work for free. The doctor needs to pay malpractice, and all those forms take a lot of time to fill out plus sometimes they will cite you for a deposition. The days of freebies are OVER ...Read more
County, private pay: There are many private counselors out there work specifically on cash basis alone. If finances are a concern, you can find a county clinic or try to locate a fqhc (federally qualified health center), which can plug you into counseling services, and you pay on sliding scale. Good luck! ...Read more
Depends: If you have a specific disease like diabetes, you can contact the local american diabetic association for help. Ask the pharmacist which local agencies provide help. You can also contact the drug company that makes the medication you need and they will sometimes have charitable arrangements. Check with the local public health agency also. ...Read more
Ning: Locate a local chapter of the national institute of mental health. Or you can call the county's health department for a sliding fee schedule for care. ...Read more
Tricky.: Your health insurance resets yearly. Every year you have to pay the 'deductible' before your health insurance covers most services. If it is 2000$, you have to pay 2000$ before the insurance will pay for visits/ x-rays, etc... After the deductible is met, the insurance will pay for their part and you will pay your part, usually 80% them you pay 20%. Your 20% is called co-pay. ...Read more
For someone suffering with agoraphobia, how do they find a doctor who does home visits so they can get help?
MayTake Some Digging: I'd recommend searching for a clinical psychologist who specializes in treating phobias & anxiety/panic problems - someone experienced in doing systematic desensitization. Try seeking someone thru the america psychological assn's psychologist locator- http://locator.Apa.Org. Or try the find-provider service of the anxiety disorders assn of america -http://www.Adaa.Org. ...Read more
Several options: Psychiatrists (physicians specializing in mental disorders) are the traditional choice, but clinical psychologists, especially those with a phd or psyd degree, have extensive training as well, and are also trained to administer 'paper & pencil' tests for quantitative assessment of iq, memory, and many other factors. Any mental health professional can begin an assessment though. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Diagnosis &Treatment: Psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in dealing with psychiatric disorders which involve any changes in mood, thought process, behavior and cognitive functions. The disorders are primarily brain dysfunctions manifest themselves with signs and symptoms like depression, insomnia, or fear and anxiety. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Purse: Your choice, affordability, give on regular basis. ...Read more
States vary: In whether a teen can consent for mental health. Other options include contacting your local nami (national alliance for mental illness) group nami.Org. During school year- school counselors are also a starting point. Alateen can help if there is family alcoholism http://www.Al-anon.Alateen.Org/how-will-alateen-help-me. However if the teen is suicidal, has a suicide plan, this is an emergency- go. ...Read more
Consultation.: Seek consultation with a board certified ENT or plastic surgeon. Health insurance companies may cover the “functional” (breathing) aspects of rhinoplasty surgery; your doctor will submit a letter to the insurance company to seek this “authorization”. These insurance companies however will not cover the aesthetic component, if any, of rhinoplasty surgery. Policies will vary... ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Unsure how to get help or what help is available for me. Suspected mental health issues. Thoughts?
Start w/ Regular Dr.: You're making a good move to get help for your concerns. It's perfectly fine to ask your regular physician about your mental health concerns. He or she can assist you in getting answers to your questions or setting up an appointment with a psychiatrist or psychologist. There is help available. Just keep asking and sharing the problem with others until you get the help you want. ...Read more
Community Resources : Hi. Look into your county mental health resources. Depending on your situation, you might be eligible for free counseling services. Other places to look are: churches, gay and lesbian centers, ymca, community clinics, training facilities for psychologists (usually college/university affiliated). Support groups are usually free if a group situation would help. Best wishes and good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- How to get life insurance for a family member?
- How to get birth control pills without insurance?
- How to get a colonoscopy without medical insurance?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- How to get a breast reduction covered by insurance?
- Gum disease how to get rid of it without insurance
- How to get a nose job covered by insurance?
- How to get gastric bypass without insurance?
- How to get suboxone without insurance?