How can I request an appointment?
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Does Dr. Choulet only see athletes?
No. Dr. Choulet sees all people, regardless of if they are athletes. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults in various professions.
What is an out-of-network physician?
An out-of-network physician refers to a medication doctor who does not have a contractual agreement with any health insurance plans or provider networks. This means that when visiting Dr. Choulet, payment is due at the time of service. When receiving services from an out-of-network physician, your health insurance may not fully reimburse you for the costs of the medical services received, or may not cover them at all.
What is a superbill?
A Superbill is a detailed document that lists the healthcare services you received during a visit with your doctor. Dr. Choulet provides superbills to her patients, which include the procedure codes and charges for each services, which can be used by you or your insurance company for billing and reimbursement purposes. You can submit a superbill to your insurance company for possible out-of-network reimbursement.
What is the difference between a psychiatrist and a psychologist?
Psychiatrists and psychologists are both mental health professionals, but they have different educational backgrounds. Psychiatrists are medical doctors, who completed medical school and subsequently completed a four year residency training. Psychiatrists can prescribe medication in addition to providing psychotherapy. Psychologists, on the other hand, have advanced degrees in psychology and provide therapy services. While both professions play crucial roles in mental healthcare, the key difference lies in the treatment approach, with psychiatrists utilizing medication as a tool in addition to therapy, while psychologists primarily focus on talk therapy and behavior modification.