Initial consultations are 60 to 90-minutes long and include a detailed intake form, a complete review of your current health concerns and past medical history, medication and supplement review, and a broad look at your overall health status.
A focused physical examination, as a part of a complete assessment, will be conducted, if indicated, as well as interpretation of any existing lab work or other diagnostic tests.
By the end of the first visit we will have discussed treatment goals, and formulated an overall treatment plan, personalized to your needs.
60-minute initial - $190.00
90-minute initial - $265.00
30-minute follow up - $95.00
Consultations are available in-person and via online/virtual platforms.
I also offer 15-minute complimentary meet and greets for new patients who would like to get to know me and ask any questions before jumping in. Book yours here.
Many extended health insurance plans cover naturopathic care, check with your insurance provider for more information.
Functional Lab Testing & Interpretation
Lab testing is an important part of uncovering the root of your health concerns. As a primary care provider, I can order, interpret, and assess many common and advanced lab tests including blood and serum testing, saliva, urine, stool, and breath tests.
Sample reports and specific pricing will be reviewed and discussed at the patient's requests. Prices may vary depending on what labs are ordered and clinically indicated.
Note: Many extended health insurance plans cover naturopathic laboratory tests, check with your insurance provider for more information.
Personalized Supplement and Botanical Medicine Prescriptions
The use of natural substances such as plant extracts, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients is a foundation of any naturopathic treatment plan. The intention behind the use of these natural substances is to support the body and optimize organ and systems functions by using safe, effective, natural medicine prescriptions.
Botanical Medicines including custom compounded teas, tinctures, capsules, and powders.
Supplements in the form of capsules, powders, and liquids available.
Only high-quality, professional-grade products with enhanced manufacturing standards are used. This is essential to reducing unnecessary binders and fillers and reducing any adverse reactions, while still ensuring adequate and therapeutic amounts of ingredients are contained as stated on the label.
Both an in-clinic dispensary and online natural health product orders are available for your convenience.
Note: available through prescription only.
Pharmaceutical Prescriptions &
As a primary care physician, I can help manage your medications and prescriptions in conjunction with your other health care providers. As a naturopathic doctor, it is important to use prescription medications when they are required, in addition to other naturopathic treatment foundations.
Some commonly prescribed medications include:
Thyroid hormone replacement,
Menopausal hormone replacement therapy (estrogen and progesterone),
Medications for diabetes
Antibiotics for infections
The appropriate use of these modalities are important to my integrative naturopathic practice.
My goal is to educate and empower patients regarding the use of such therapies so that they can ultimately make an informed decision and be confident about the healthcare they choose to receive.
When supplementation and proper nutrition are not enough, intravenous vitamin and nutrient therapy can be a good option to quickly and effectively boost your nutrient status. Intramuscular injections can also be used to rapidly increase B12 and other B-vitamin levels in cases of deficiency or malabsorption.
Commonly administered intravenous & intramuscular vitamins and nutrients:
Other amino acids and nutrients
Each intravenous and intramuscular injection is customized to your individual nutrient requirements and needs. By bypassing the digestive system, intravenous infusions allow for a much higher concentration of nutrients to reach the bloodstream, thereby enhancing their therapeutic potential. Intravenous and intramuscular injections are commonly used for a viariety of health conditions including chronic fatigue states, chronic viral infections, and gastrointestinal malabsorption.
Acupuncture, Cupping &
Acupuncture is the use of very fine, single-use, stainless steel needles that are inserted just below the skin at specific points (acupuncture points) on the body. From a traditional Chinese medicine point-of-view, acupuncture can regulate the flow of energy or "Qi" helping bring balance back to the body. From a conventional medicine perspective, acupuncture and needling can help reduce stress, release muscle tension, and help manage pain.
Cupping is a form of soft-tissue therapy that originated from traditional Chinese medicine but is now widely used amongst manual therapists and professional athletes. Cupping uses suction applied to a small area of the body to lift and distract superficial tissue, providing pain relief and reducing scar tissue.
Acupuncture and cupping are commonly used for reducing muscle stiffness and pain, improving restricted motion, eliminating tension headaches, and reducing stress. Acupuncture is known to modulate the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) signaling and chemicals which may explain its relaxing and analgesic effects.
Many extended health insurance plans cover acupuncture treatments under your naturopathic medical coverage, check with your insurance provider for more information.