Venturing through our website, did you notice the box in the bottom right-hand corner that says “We’re Online” or “Need help? Ask now!”? That’s a LiveChat; you can speak with an agent from our clinic whenever you need assistance or have a question about the site. One of our representatives will respond within 24 hours.
We always try to respond to you within moments, during open office hours. That’s not always the case, here at DRM we know your time is valuable, so we’ve gathered a list of the most frequently asked question that we have received on the Live Chats and compiled the questions into this blog. This way you may be able to bypass the chat option and have your answer right away.
Q: Where are you located?
A: You can find us at 2149 S Holly St #201 Denver, CO 80222. Off the intersection of Evans and Holly.
Q: Do you do procedures on the neck, back, or spine?
A: Unfortunately, we are not yet able to provide procedures for the neck, back, or spine. Our clinic does not yet have a piece of technology needed for live imaging during injection into the spine. Although stem cell has proven effective, we don’t yet have the capability.
Q: How much do the procedures cost?
A: The treatments range from $4500-$6500. Of course, the range may vary from patient to patient.
Q: Does DRM accept Medicare, Medicaid, or any other types of insurances?
A: Unfortunately, no, insurance will not cover these types of medical injections. However, some insurance may reimburse you for portions of the procedure.
Q: Do you offer financing options?
A: We do offer multiple options for qualifying patients. Care Credit, CareCap, and Advance care. If your score is good, you could easily get approved for the procedure.
Q: How long is the recovery time?
A: These procedures are performed using a local anesthetic. Patients can walk out of our clinic with little or no residual discomfort.
Of course, never hesitate to ask an agent on the chat any other questions you may have. We will do our very best to answer your questions to the best of our knowledge or lead you in the correct direction. If you would like more information and FAQ about Regenerative Medicine, click here.