Frequently Asked Questions
Check out the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions below. If there’s something you need more details about that isn’t mentioned here, please get in touch for more information and we’ll get back to you soon!
Do you take health insurance?
At our integrative healthcare clinic, we have made a conscious decision not to accept insurance. Why? Because it allows us to prioritize your well-being in a way that is not bound by insurance restrictions. By focusing on preventive care, approaching healthcare in a way that provides the best of naturopathic and conventional medicine, and offering a unique blend of therapies, we can provide the comprehensive and personalized care we want our patients to have and that we think they deserve.
Our approach is centered around enhancing your overall health and addressing the root causes of health issues, rather than simply treating symptoms. This preventive approach, combined with our specialized care that you won't find elsewhere, leads to better health outcomes, better quality of life, and ultimately lower healthcare costs in the long run. We are committed to making our services affordable, and by forgoing insurance, we can provide the highest quality care without compromising on affordability. Your health is our top priority, and we are dedicated to offering the type of care that empowers you to achieve optimal well-being.
What are your prices?
New patient visits start at $350, follow up visits start at $175, and injection visits start at $90. We also occasionally run promotional discounts; please consider subscribing to our newsletter to stay updated on the latest offerings.
What forms of payment do you accept?
For your convenience, we accept cash, debit and credit cards, and HSA/FSA cards. If paying in cash, please bring exact change as we typically do not carry cash.
Where can I learn more about what a naturopathic doctor is and what kind of training they get?
A licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) graduates from a four-year, accredited, graduate-level naturopathic medical school and is educated in roughly the same general biomedical and clinical sciences as an MD or DO. Like MDs and DOs, as primary care physicians, NDs can provide a wide range of medical services, including preventive care, physical exams, laboratory testing, and prescription medications. What makes NDs uniquely qualified for primary care is their ability to provide comprehensive, personalized medical care that considers the whole person, works to identify the root cause of health issues, supports the body's innate self-healing ability, establishes the foundations of human health, emphasizes disease prevention, optimizes wellness, and prioritizes natural and nontoxic treatments when possible. If you’d like to learn more, please consider checking out the free, helpful info available at the