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FAQS

If you have any questions regarding preparation and needs for various treatments you may contact us at anytime 480.479.4951.

General

How is Benessair different from other clinics?
Benessair is a medical treatment facility that will take you to a new level of total health and wellness by providing you with luxurious facilities and proven industry-leading services with no membership or insurance requirements.
Do you take insurance?
Benessair is cash-pay hourly booking. The entire purpose of Benessair is to provide you with the science-proven services that insurance restricts you from utilizing.
Are your doctors Board Certified?
Yes, our doctors are board-certified in their specialties.
What is the Wellness advisory?
Our Wellness Advisor are board-certified physicians who specializes in guiding you in your healthcare journey as a partner and advocate to live better longer. They understand the vast array of medical services available to you far beyond the restrictions of insurance. They look at you as a clinical study of one and study your unique needs specific to your genetic makeup and lifestyle. Together you will co-craft a health journey to help you attain and maximize your health goals.
How do I prepare for an infusion Therapy Session?
Prior to commencing therapy, make a list of all your questions. We’ll be happy to discuss them with you. We’ll explain the entire process, the risk and side effects — and what those side effects are — as well as any additional matter that may be making you anxious. Make a list of medications you’re taking. Regardless of whether you’re taking prescription medications or over-the-counter supplements, let our team members know. This is essential to ensure that you don’t experience an adverse reaction from mixing items that don’t work well together. — Next, one of our healthcare professionals will take your vital signs and then provide you with your treatment options. Then your job is just to sit back and relax and let us do the work.

Personal Training

What should I eat before a workout?
Really the most important factor before a workout is just making sure you DO eat. Trying to run your engine at full speed on an empty tank never really works for anyone. So, whatever it is that you consume, make sure it’s loaded with readily available macro nutrients to give the body the fuel it needs to have a productive workout.
What should I do first– cardio or weights?
This is a tough question because it varies on your healthcare goals. Your individual training needs need to be exactly that, individualized. One of the biggest reasons why people don’t achieve the weight loss or body definition they are striving for is they follow mass trends. Unfortunately, for some people their body needs more cardio and others need more strength and conditioning.
What should I eat after a workout?
Refueling after a good training session with your personal trainer is critical to getting the body you desire. In order for your body to hold onto the muscle you just put the effort into building, you need to give it some good amino acids within 30 minutes after your workout. At Benessair we make sure you don’t have to think about this by supplying you with your post workout beverage.
What is the best diet for weight loss?
The main thing to think about for optimal weight loss that will last you far beyond the crash dieting phase is to eat a diet that you can live with for an extended period. If you’re someone that likes meat but you’re trying to eat a meat-free diet, you are probably going to hit failure. Pick a food source that mirrors your likes and not your dislikes. Evaluate what your favorite healthy form of nutrition is and then start counting calories and your fats, carbohydrates and proteins to get on a consistent eating plan. This will end up being your success!

IV therapy

Do I need to make an appointment?
We encourage you to make an appointment if your plans are set. We do accommodate walk-ins but sometimes we can get busy with other clientele. You can always check out our Benessair app on iOS or Android to see our availability.
Can just anyone get an IV drip?
First and foremost, we always want to ensure our clients safety, so every individual will fill out a brief medical questionnaire that will be reviewed by your concierge nurse to make sure your selected IV is appropriate. A board-certified physician is also available to make the final determination.
How long does it take to get an IV infusion of vitamins?
Most infusions take 30-90 minutes depending on how well you tolerate the ingredients and have no negative reactions.
What problems respond to IV vitamin infusions?
There are many great applications for this therapy such as allergies and asthma, enhancing athletic performance and detoxification such as hangovers and let’s not forget headaches and migraines as well as boosting your immune system.

Medical Concierge

Is a medical concierge just a doctor that takes cash?
No, a retainer physician otherwise known as a medical concierge should be so much more than a physician who excepts cash versus insurance. The goal of a relationship with a concierge doctor is to build a long-term bond and trust regarding your health care. They care for a much smaller number of patients so that they can give you the attention to detail that is often missing from the healthcare experience today.
Can I really call my medical concierge 24 hours a day or will I just get an answering service?
Your retainer physician is truly available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year for your urgent medical needs. Because this physician knows you and your healthcare concerns many times and urgent call is never needed because of the proactive approach to optimizing your well-being.
I am super healthy so I’m not sure what value I would get out of having a medical concierge physician?
Everyone likes to spend money wisely but you can never anticipate an accident or unexpected illness. Given today’s crazy healthcare system and the mass traffic that most doctors handle on a daily basis, having a quarterback as the lead of your healthcare team becomes invaluable for the best outcomes. Having that immediate access to the top doctor in a crisis may not always be an option.
I never use a primary care physician, I just go to the specialist that I need. How would this be different?
Right now the subspecialists in medicine just look at their very narrow specific focus; such as orthopedics and joint pain. But what if you have autoimmune arthritis? Because your body is made up of many systems and the systems constantly interact forming the whole, it is important to have one physician looking at the whole you.

Hyperbaric Oxygen

How does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy work?
It increases atmospheric pressure. Along with that, you are now breathing 100% oxygen, this allows your blood and blood plasma to carry increased oxygen more effectively. This saturates the body with more oxygen and improves the bodies effectiveness in things such as healing wounds and injuries.
What is the difference between a hard hyperbaric chamber and a soft chamber?
Hard chambers are much more effective and a better investment for your time. A hard chamber is pressurized with 100% oxygen, to depths of 3 atmospheres or 66 feet of seawater. This increased depth promotes the regrowth of bone and tissue and is supported by numerous clinical studies. But a soft chamber is compressed with only ambient air (21% oxygen), that is just 1.3 ATA (9.9 feet of seawater). This was originally designed for treating mountain climbers with pulmonary edema only and has not been shown to be as effective.
How will I occupy my time during treatment?
We have available entertainment on an individual tv such as streaming services, or you are welcome to bring in an appropriate DVD or CD. Or you can simply take a nap.
What are some things that hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help?
Alzheimer’s
Autism
Cerebral Palsy
Lyme Disease
Migraine
Multiple Sclerosis
Near Drowning
Recovery from Plastic Surgery
Sports Injuries
Stroke
Traumatic Brain Injury
What should I expect to feel during a hyperbaric treatment?
The air pressure in the chamber is 2-3 times normal air pressure. The increased air pressure will create a temporary feeling of fullness in your ears similar to what you might feel in an air plane or diving to the bottom of a pool.
How do I prepare for hyperbaric treatment?
Don’t come in for treatment if you are sick and certain medications should be avoided. We will provide 100% cotton scrubs for you to wear during your treatment. Please avoid smoking for 2 hours before treatment and 2 hours after. Please refrain from caffeinated or carbonated beverages before treatment. Most importantly DO NOT wear any hair products or make up of any sort for safety reasons.

Like going to an airport, there are certain items that you are not allowed to bring with you on a plane. As far as a hyperbaric chamber is concerned, we will not let you bring in cigarettes, matches, lighters, perfumes, make-up, hearing aids, wigs, wear contact lenses, or bring in electronic devices (such as your cell phone). Most items are excluded for safety reasons.

How long will my session take?
Typically, one session will last approximately 60-90 minutes. Depending on how many sessions have been ordered and the of the injury or illness you could be at the center for a few hours. Another thing to consider is that the first session does usually take longer in order to get you properly oriented to your therapy.

Photobiomodulation (PBM)

What is Photobiomodulation (PBM)?
Photobiomodulation is a non-invasive, non-thermal therapy that stimulates cells to create energy and undergo self-repair through near-infrared light. It may be used for an overall body treatment to aid with sports recovery, reduce inflammation, and relief acute and chronic pain. There are many other indications that are currently being studied with new uses coming up daily.
Are there side effects to using PBM?
Unlike drugs and surgery, PBM promotes cell regeneration, reduces inflammation and pain, is non-toxic, is non-invasive and has no negative side effects. You may experience fatigue following a treatment due to high sensitivity tissue response. You can expect this to be mild and self-limiting to less than 24 hours.
How long is a treatment?
The average treatment will run 15-20 minutes unless we are treating an acute wound or otherwise advised by the Wellness Doctor. Allow enough time to sit still and feel the impact of the treatment. The average total time allowing for some recovery is 30 minutes.
What will PBM do for me?
The potential applications of PBM are numerous and many more are still being explored. The current clinical uses are for the relief of pain and inflammation and the treatment of sports injuries. It has also been found to stimulate hair growth and decrease fat deposits.
Why would I need or want PBM?
For sports injuries PBM is a tool used by trainers in major league sports, as well as many Olympic teams. Trainers claim that PBM allows athletes to do more intense and higher volume training or make comebacks faster after an injury. PBM is also used to treat the weekend athlete with common sports injuries such as plantar fasciitis, hamstring pulls, and various muscular sprains.
For inflammation PBM causes the smaller arteries and lymph vessels of the body to increase in size, which is called vasodilation. This allows inflammation and swelling to be cleared away more effectively. Vasodilation in lymph nodes promotes lymphatic drainage, which aids in the healing process. PBM can improve the pro-inflammatory cellular response factors and increase the anti-inflammatory response.
For relief from pain. Before using PBM to treat acute or chronic pain, a provider must diagnose the condition to confirm that the pain is from a neuromusculoskeletal condition caused by aging or injury and that there is no disqualifying condition or contraindication for laser use.
Other applications include all types of sports injuries, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, neuropathy, arthritis pain, bursitis, plantar fasciitis, gout, carpal tunnel syndrome, rotator cuff injuries, degenerative spinal stenosis/sciatica, wounds and dermal ulcers secondary to compression/trauma, atherosclerosis, diabetes or dermatological conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, burns or acne.

Nutrition/Dietitian

Is it healthy for me to stay on a “Keto” diet for the long haul?
No, Keto diets have lots of unhealthy saturated fats, processed and salty foods. Lack of fruits and vegetables, and whole grains can lead to vitamin deficiencies and GI complications.
Is it okay to eat carbs?
Yes, Carbs are your body’s first line of energy! Pick healthy ones like whole grains, starchy vegetables and beans. These will keep you full and give you long-lasting energy!
Is there a “right” amount of water to drink every day?
Yes, start with taking your body weight in pounds and divide that in half.
Ex: 160# ‘/. 2 = 80. That’s how many ounces of water you should drink in a day, for starters! You’ll need more if you are working out, hiking, or out in hot weather.

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