Case Fees and FAQs

Understanding the Precision Health Approach


Why and How our Case Fees Work

We constantly strive for improvement in patient outcomes. Our treatment is very unique and requires a specialized model of assessment and evaluation. Although we yield an extremely high success rate, we still analyze previous unsuccessful cases to determine how to improve. We’ve found that the number one reason for an unsuccessful case is due to patients who stop coming for treatment before their condition is stable.  

  1. Their symptoms are 70-80% better and they don’t feel that they need continual treatment. However, the condition ends up returning within 6-12 months and can end up being as bad or worse than before.
  2. The lack of understanding and transparency of the cost associated with what it will take to improve their health. Our fee model was created to help with uncertainty within finances. With an up-front assessment, we’ll be able to be clear and concise about your symptoms and what it will take to fix it.
  3. The overall lack of understanding that fixing an injury is a process in itself. The most successful way to regain your health is continual maintenance and precision.

We’ve developed a solution to combat all of these issues and to ensure new patient cases are set-up for success from the start.

Our New Care Plan

  1. Helps eliminate the worry and concern that your condition will get worse.
  2. Slows and prevents degeneration from progressing.
  3. Ensures your long term health and maximizes your benefit from treatment.
  4. Prevents costly exacerbations of your condition due to lack of stability and health.

Comprehensive Exam Fee: $158


Case Fee Schedule for Dr. Lytle

$1800 - $4200 depending on the level of complexity and chronicity of case.


Maintenance Care Plans for Dr. Lytle valid one year from the date of purchase:

  • 6 Treatments - $594
  • 8 Treatments - $792
  • 12 Treatments - $1188
  • 24 Treatments - $2376


Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to our patients most commonly asked questions

How long is the initial exam and what does it involve?

  • The initial visit typically lasts 30-45 minutes and entails an Integrative Diagnosis® exam, neurological testing, review of past imaging/medical history, accurate diagnosis, report of findings, and treatment plan. Dr. Lytle will also discuss any other complicating factors that may be present or could potentially become a problem. Please bring any imaging and relevant radiology reports. No treatment is done on the initial examination. 


How do I know if the doctors will be able to help?

  • If you have any muscle, joint, or nerve problems then you are a good candidate. This is our doctors’ expertise. If you have also failed other treatments or haven’t reached your maximum level of improvement, then you are also a good candidate. Our doctors specialize in finding and fixing adhesion, which is a difficult problem to find and even more difficult to fix. Integrative Diagnosis® trained providers can help with this problem as it is not extensively trained in any doctorate education. Our type of care is highly specialized and unique so all potential new patients will make a consultation first. The consultation is 15 minutes and the doctors will briefly discuss your case with you to determine if you are in the right place.


Do you take my insurance?

  • Our office does not accept any insurance. Insurance companies don’t care if you get better–they only care about saving money. They also put up arbitrary barriers and ultimately keep doctors from providing excellent care. Our focus is on YOU and making sure you receive the highest quality diagnosis and treatment possible. This yields incredible results! We do accept cash, check, major credit cards, Care Credit, health savings accounts (HSA), and flexible spending accounts (FSA).


How long are follow up visits?

  • Follow up visits are 10-15 minutes. The goal of any treatment is to get you back to functioning as well as possible without pain and limitation so you will be given specific guidance that you are expected to follow if you want the best resolution to your problem. This is a team approach—not a passive one.


Are there any other treatments that can do the same thing?

  • The short answer is not exactly. There are many manual treatments and instrument treatments that seem similar from the patient perspective, but the proof is in the results.


How long does a treatment plan last and when will I get pain relief?

  • On average, a single region of complaint (i.e. shoulder or low back) can reach full resolution or maximum medical improvement in an average of 12 visits. Our doctors typically see sustainable functional changes that are measured within 1-2 visits. Most patients begin to feel sustainable improvements in pain within 2-3 visits.