We accept these insurance plans and many more! Most patients with in-network insurance pay $30 or less. Otherwise, new patient visits are $129 and follow-ups are only $69 for members.
Get Your PTSD Prescription Fast
Doctors and patients can work together to find the best medication or medication combination, as well as the right dose for PTSD. Getting treatment as soon as possible can prevent PTSD symptoms from worsening. PlushCare makes it easy to have a video consultation with one of our doctors who can diagnose you and prescribe the appropriate medication. Then simply pick up your prescription from your local pharmacy!
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PlushCare maintains a 97% patient satisfaction rating. You can speak with a top doctor from your phone or computer, get prescribed necessary medication, and if the doctor thinks you may benefit, receive a referral for therapy. PlushCare only employ doctors who are graduates of top 50 U.S. medical schools. We’re really proud of the care we offer.
PTSD Treatment FAQs
What are the symptoms of PTSD?
Symptoms of PTSD include intrusive thoughts such as repeated, involuntary memories; distressing dreams; or vivid flashbacks of the traumatic event. You may also avoid reminders of the traumatic event, which may include avoiding people, places, activities, objects and situations that bring on distressing memories, including avoiding talking about what happened or how you feel about it.
What does PTSD do to a person?
PTSD can result in negative thoughts and feelings such ongoing and distorted beliefs about oneself or others, ongoing fear, horror, anger, guilt or shame, and much less interest in activities previously enjoyed. Arousal and reactive symptoms may include being irritable and having angry outbursts, behaving recklessly or in a self-destructive way, being easily startled, or having problems concentrating or sleeping.
What is the best way to treat PTSD?
Therapy can be a very helpful way to deal with PTSD. Psychotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy such as exposure therapy, or cognitive restructuring can be essential to helping you gain control of lasting fear after a traumatic event. Effective psychotherapies tend to emphasize a few key components, including education about symptoms, teaching skills to help identify the triggers of symptoms, and skills to manage the symptoms. You may also be prescribed medication to treat PTSD.
Who can diagnose me with PTSD?
A doctor who has experience helping people with mental illnesses, such as a psychiatrist or psychologist, can diagnose PTSD. PlushCare offers PTSD treatment online. Our team of doctors can help manage and treat your PTSD from the comfort of your own home. Our doctors can recommend and provide therapy along with any necessary medication.
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Common Medications Our Doctors Prescribe For PTSD
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