Find answers to your questions about our services and how to prepare for your consult at home, in office, or virtually.

Step 1 - Select

When you access our booking calendar, you will see both an “Insurance” and “Self-Pay” option. If you have been approved with an in-network company, you’ll select “Insurance” and the appropriate consult type. You will select “Initial” consults for our first meeting together. You will select “Follow-up” for continuing consults.

If you are with an out-of-network health insurance, you are considered “Self-Pay” and will select this option. Once your invoice has been paid, we can submit an out of network claim on your behalf for potential reimbursement from your health insurance provider based on coverage.

Alternatively, you are also welcome to request a Superbill that you can turn into your health insurance company for potential reimbursement after the full amount has been paid.

For self-pay clients, we accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, HSA/FSA cards, Discover, and AMEX through SquareUp.

We will issue invoices with an extended due date and payment plans in order to accomodate all families who need care.

Here are the companies our network biller currently works with and has a high probability of no out of pocket expense, typically with three consults covered:

  • Anthem BCBS PPO
  • Cigna PPO
  • United PPO
If you have a policy with one of the listed insurance companies:

Obtain pre-approval for your three visits by following these instructions:

  • Click HERE to visit our biller and check your plan!
  • Select “Yes” for the first question
  • Enter “emBody Lactation” or “McKale Fleming”
  • Fill in the requested personal information
  • Submit your pre-approval, and an email will arrive within 24 hours (usually 2 hours) with your details
  • Once approved, you may book an appointment under “Insurance” in IntakeQ
  • If you were not in network, please book your appointment as “Self-Pay” and a claim can be submitted on your behalf

If your health insurance company is not in network with us, we will submit an out of network claim for you. Reimbursement is dependent upon several factors such as coverage, deductibles and consult type.

Thank you for trusting us with your care! In preparation for your consultation, please read the information offered on this page and make sure you’ve filled out any forms sent to you via your client portal. Forms must be submitted prior to your appointment for the provider to review. Check your email or text for the notifications! You can use the secure messaging feature on your portal if you have any questions concerning your forms.

This is a private practice office. For your visit with us, we want you to get the most out of our time together.

  • Please refrain from bringing young children snacks and drinks inside that are dyed or messy. 
  • If you are supplementing, please bring a feeding bottle with you.
  • Please try to limit those accompanying you to two support person(s).

During this unique time, we also have certain procedures to avoid the spread of COVID-19. We ask that anyone who is experiencing symptoms of illness please cancel their appointment and reschedule for a future time.

  • Upon arrival, you will be asked to sanitize your hands.
  • Your practitioner will be wearing a mask and will use gloves when in contact with you or your baby.

We ask that you provide us with a 12 hour notice if you will not be able to keep your appointment time. Any appointment cancelled within two hours of the scheduled time is subject to the cancellation fee of $50 if made more than 24 hours in advance.

Step 2 - Prepare

Step 3 - Book & Breathe

Fertility & Prenatal Planning

Get the jump on your family's health and give your baby the best foundation to grow with.

➡ Assess possible future breastfeeding obstacles
➡ Parental dietary health assessment
➡ Address nutrient deficiencies for infertility support
➡ Feel prepared & confident in yourself

Infant Feeding & Manual Therapy

Breastfeeding can feel anything but natural when you are stressed and struggling! Toss out your anxieties and bring in the professional.

➡ Assess breastfeeding & infant feeding (breast & bottle both welcome!)
➡ Address muscular & frenulum restrictions
➡ Pre & post frenectomy therapy
➡ Gain knowledge to feel in control

Back to Work & Toddler Feeding

Make the transition back to the workforce easier with a feeding plan! Learn more about baby-led weaning.

➡ Goal and schedule planning for work/life balance
➡ Introduction to solid foods for allergy tolerance
➡ Address picky eating & dietary habits
➡ Pump instruction & flange sizing
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