OK theee thoughts when you read the FAQ.
See: “I heard SPECT has a poor resolution , some refer to it as poor man’s PET”— he is saying that the resolution of PET scans is better than SPECT, but for some reason he upholds their “clinical reading” of scans is better. Ask him if it’s indicated for you to have SPECT.
Two, your visit is NOT covered by insurance. May want to consider that.
Three, how did you find their clinic. He says the scans are indicated, mostly in traumatic brain injury and addiction —but also some subtypes of disorders where patients just “get stuck”
—-did you walk in off the Internet (he’s a New York Times bestselling physician) or did you get a referral ?