No Insurance Surgery - A difference that may make sense for you

Why No Insurance Surgery Makes Sense

Health care has become one of the largest segments of our economy. Most families are now spending more on health insurance than they are on their homes. We do not all have the same health care needs and our health care needs change over time. If we are allowed to, we can save huge amounts of money by making choices based on our needs. Unfortunately, our health care system discourages this.

No Insurance Surgery is an option that makes good economic for some patients. If you do not have insurance but you need surgery, paying for surgery can be much more economical than buying insurance. If you have insurance but have a high deductible it may make sense not to use your insurance for surgery. You may be able to afford any choice that you make and you want to see a physician with a rare talent, non-mesh hernia repair, or you may want special treatment that you can’t get from a physician who sees thirty patients a day. This is No Insurance Surgery.

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A testament to how valuable patients find our services is how far they are willing to travel to see us. Our experience with patients traveling home after surgery has been excellent. Being mobile after surgery actually decreases the risk of complications and we find that patients are much more comfortable recovering in their own home. Below is a map showing where our patients have come from based on zip code.

Map of Patients Zip

Patient Testimonials


August 1, 2016

We are very happy about this patient's result.

Tyler is a straight A high school student. After  what was supposed to be routine hernia surgery, no big deal,
 he missed 40 days of school. And for one year since hernia surgery he was spending most of his time in bed
because of excruciating daily pain.

After getting his mesh removed his pain resolved and he is back to having fun and horsing around.

Mom gave us permission to post these pictures.


July 14, 2016

Dr. Petersen,

I want to commend you on your staff and how you manage your patients. As an endodontist, I am always acutely aware of “perception being reality” and anxiety surrounding a procedure that the patient is not wanting or has a high level of anxiety over. I experienced this myself with the unknown of what you had to do for me. You staff did a stellar job managing my unwarranted anxiety about having an umbilical hernia surgery. Hats off to you for finding such a great team. I am two weeks out, and cannot even tell I had surgery. The lack of pain pre and post op was actually shocking to me. I took a 600 mg Motrin 24 hours post-surgery, and once each night for the next two nights. The only sensation I had was that I felt like I did too many sit-ups. Amazing that you can open up someone, fix them and have no post op pain. I appreciate your surgical skills and follow up the next day at my hotel. If you have a patient that has anxiety about this procedure, feel free to share my number and I will gladly talk them thru it.

Take care,

Kevin Mullin DDS.


November 6, 2015

Dear Dr. Petersen:

Thank you for all you did for me these last few weeks.

You took on a complicated case and did a masterful job. You had several difficult post-surgical challenges and every time made the right call. Your skill, depth of knowledge and experience is unparalleled. Your bedside manner was immensely comforting to me, especially as l was experiencing a level of stress that I have never before imagined.

I will always be grateful that you took my case and gave me my life back.

I hold you in the highest esteem. May God bless you and prosper you in all that you do.

Mike Patton

After you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you. To him be the dominion forever and ever. Amen.
1 Peter 5:10-11


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How does it work?

No Insurance Surgery Advantages

Steps we take

  • Listen to the patient
  • Focus considerable experience on patients complaints.
  • Examine
  • Explain procedure
  • Answer all questions
  • Reassure patient
  • Masterfully preform surgery
  • Give post op instructions repeatedly until they are ingrained
  • Follow up at one week, one month, three months, six months, one year and two years.

The Future

Doctors as well as patients are very concerned about what will happen to American health care in the future. It is our belief that the essence of health care is the doctor-patient relationship. No Insurance Surgery is committed to providing high quality care to patients today without the need for public or private third parties.