SELF PAY PRICING
Convenient and Accessible Orthopedic Care
We strive to provide convenient and accessible care when you need it. We know that healthcare and insurance can be complex and difficult to navigate. To help simplify, we offer transparent self-pay pricing.
Transparent self-pay options are especially suited for patients with high insurance deductibles, out-of-network insurance, or without insurance. If you have insurance, choosing one of these self-pay packages waives your right to send the appointment to insurance.
Office Visit Self-Pay Prices
New Injury Consult
This visit includes a physical examination, x-ray if needed, and a detailed care plan.
Follow Up Visit
This includes a physical examination, x-ray if needed, and a detailed care plan. This is a follow-up visit to an injury/condition from a previous visit.
Video visit with Provider. This is recommended for existing patients.
In-Office Injection Self-Pay Prices
This includes medication and procedure fees
Viscosupplementation (Supartz) Injection
$125 per injection
Includes medication and procedure cost; a series of 3 is typically recommended; Gel-One is an alternate one-time injection available for $950.
$125 for upper extremity, $150 for lower extremity; includes cast removal
$650 for one body part; $950 for bilateral same visit
*Consultation is required before scheduling patients for biologic injections. Amniotic injections are also available, as an alternative to PRP at the same cost.
Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC)
Carpal Tunnel Release
Unilateral $2,500; bilateral $3,500
$1,500 deposit required if choosing to do a payment plan for unilateral. $2,000 deposit required for payment plan for bilateral.
Trigger Finger Release
Unilateral $1,500; each additional finger +$500
If choosing to do a payment plan, $500 deposit is required.
Carpal Tunnel + Trigger Finger Release Combo
A unilateral combo of trigger finger and carpal tunnel is $3,000; if choosing to do a payment plan, a $1,500 deposit is required.
Bilateral combo is $3,500 with a $2,000 deposit required.
Cosmetic Procedures (Dr. Colyer)
Consult fee = $100
Breast augmentation = $3,200 + implants
Full face and neck lift = $6,000
Mini face lift = $3,500
Abdominoplasty, 1 overnight = $5,500
Mini abdominoplasty, outpatient = $4,000
For a full list of procedure prices, please contact our office.
For multiple injuries, additional fees may apply. DME is billed separately and due at the time of service. A Provider exam includes an exam by a Physician or Advanced Practice Provider.
What are your charges for a fracture appointment?
Your initial visit for a fracture consult is $250. All follow-up visits will be charged $125. These prices include the x-rays, if needed. DME is not included in this price, nor is casting.
What are the fees for visiting the Ortho Urgent Care?
Our Ortho & Sports Urgent Care is an extension of our orthopedic clinic. Thus, the fee to visit the walk-in urgent care is the same as scheduling an appointment with a Provider.
What if I need to schedule surgery?
We continue to work with our surgical facilities to provide transparent, up-front fees. We will work with you to find a suitable location for your surgery.
Do you offer payment plans?
To receive the self-pay price, payment is due at the time of service. For some procedures, we are able to set up payment plans after a deposit is made. We’ll always do our best to work with you if you don’t have insurance or if you still carry a balance on your bill after insurance has paid its share.
“Great experience at Sano Orthopedics for shoulder surgery. I’m self-pay and they’ve been so helpful with estimates and getting everything scheduled. Dr Daggett discussed procedure for torn rotator cuff surgery including a very honest description of probable pain. First week was rough but I’m 6 weeks in and seeing improvement every day. As I called around to get pricing for Physical Therapy I was pleased to hear how highly regarded Dr Daggett is by local therapists! Would highly recommend him and Sano.”
-Kim, Google Review
“I made an appointment, but ended up going into the urgent care for a knee injury. I was also able to schedule my urgent care appointment and was seen in an appropriate time frame. I really liked how comprehensive the appointment was without pressuring me to buy or do anything extra.“
-Pam, Facebook Review