Let's address the elephant in the room cost. First of all, I don't even like the word cost. I like words like investment or value of your case for your particular problem. Cost to me is something you have to give up without much return. But if we can fix the problem that you have and improve your quality of life so that you can keep your freedom and independence to do the things that you like to do or that you have to do so you can feel better, sleep better, have more energy, better mobility, live life on your terms. To me, that's not a cost. That is a saving. Now, I would love to give you a specific number, but without knowledge of your specific health details. I would either have to give you a number that's too high or too low. And since we customize our care based on each patient and their particular needs, we have to have that data first before we can even give you an accurate answer. However, we will discuss the exact details and investment analysis after we fully understand the severity of your health problems and the complexity of your treatment. To put this in perspective, one case of chronic disease can cost upwards of $250,000 throughout a person's lifetime, which is astronomical, and they still end up being sick with the disease steadily progressing. Again, that to me is cost. Our program is a tiny fraction of that. We will prepare a custom care plan and resolve the finances before any care begins. And there won't be any surprises. You will know upfront before you have to make a decision. We also have financing programs available with a very high acceptance rate and low-interest terms.