Frequently Asked Questions

What to expect in my first visit?

A complete brain map will be obtained at your first visit. A sensor is placed on each ear, while two other sensors are placed on your head. A low energy frequency, which is less than that of a cell phone or smartwatch, is sent to the brain wave. This assists the brain waves to function more efficiently and redirects it to a more natural pathway.


Is LENS safe?

YES! LENS is safe, non invasive, and painless.

It was founded in the 1980’s by Len Ochs. With over 30 years of experience and data, results can be seen quickly and are long lasting.


How many sessions will I need?

This will be determined by you and your LENS practitioner.

Brain waves are like fingerprints: They are unique to each individual. So the number of sessions is based on each individual client. Often, the more long-standing or chronic a condition is, the longer it can take to treat.


Are there any side effects?

The term “side effect” is not the same with LENS therapy as you would expect with medication. Think of LENS Therapy as brain training or having a workout for your brain. It is common after physical exercise to experience fatigue. So the most common “side effect” with LENS is fatigue, but this is short-lasting and most often a very calming experience for patients. Based on your intake forms and brain map your practitioner will discuss any potential “side effects” you may or may not experience as your brain re-regulates.

Your practitioner will monitor your progress and brain activity to determine if your brain is too tired or overworked, and adjust each session accordingly.


Does my insurance cover the sessions?

No, we do not accept insurance.

Renewed Vitality is self-pay. Payment is due at the time of service.

Pricing: $100 per session
Packages: 5 session package, 15% discount, $425 
10 session package, 20% discount, $800

Although we do not submit insurance claims, we are willing to provide the necessary documentation for you to submit for reimbursement through your insurance.If you have diagnosis codes from your doctor we ask that you bring them with you, so they can be used to better assist in your insurance claim. All submission of forms and paperwork is the patient’s responsibility.

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