New Patients

This initial phone (or in-person) consultation gives you the opportunity to meet Dr. Hayman and discuss your health issue with him and see if Dr. Hayman's nutritional approach is the best fit for you.

Initial Comprehensive Visit - $175

Comprehensive Assessment Package - $895 - New Patients

For those interested in a complete package of care including all of the services listed below we offer this comprehensive nutritional package plan:

  • New Patient Nutritional Assessment Office Visit & Exam
  • Comprehensive Blood Analysis --- including more than 40 blood test at the beginning of care and a comparison blood analysis at the 6 month mark
  • As many follow-up visits as needed in 6 months--- this averages 5 to 7 visits for most patients
  • No charge for phone consults during the 6 months of comprehensive care

Continuing Patient Visits

Follow-up Visit - $45 - $75

After the Initial Comprehensive Visit, Dr. Hayman will schedule follow-up appointments to either give a patient their treatment plan, and /or to check-in on the progress of the prescribed treatment. Depending on the case, this can be done in person, over the phone or Skype. The fee is based upon the time and complexity of the follow-up.


Dr. Hayman's treatment protocols require the use of only the best quality nutritional supplements and therefore supplements that are recommended by Dr. Hayman for treatment will be an additional charge separate from the office visit fees. Charges for nutritional supplements are competitive with the market. These nutritional supplements will be available at Dr. Hayman's office or he can ship these for patients that do not live in the DeLand area. Some products can be purchased at local health food stores if they meet quality standards consistent with Dr. Hayman's treatment protocols.

Organic Food

Many of the organic foods that may be required for your treatment plan can be purchased locally and Dr. Hayman will provide you with a list of organic farms or stores that carry organic products such as grass-fed meats, organic fruits and vegetables, gluten-free grains, and "environmentally green" personal care products.