Initial evaluation with naturopathic doctor (2 hours): Regular price is $550
We start with a $150 deposit at the time of scheduling the initial evaluation, and $400 at the time of the visit. The deposit is fully refundable if you need to reschedule or cancel with 48 hour notice prior to your scheduled appointment time. We don't offer payment plans, so the rest is due at time of your appointment, which can be split up on different days or even with weeks in-between. Payment is always due at time of service and the deposit is required to hold your requested initial intake appointment. To learn more about what's included in our initial intake evaluation, visit our page on naturopathic medicine.
15-minute follow up: $70
30-minute follow up: $130
45-minute extended follow up: $200
60-minute complex follow up: $240
Most of our clients have monthly follow-up visits that are typically 30 minutes in length. As symptoms lessen and you start to feel better, you may have more time between your follow-up visits, and/or shorten to 15 minute appointments. During these visits, your doctor will review your symptoms, assess of your response to treatment, and decide if changes are needed. Visit prices are subject to change every 1-2 years.
Homeopathic remedies: $10 per vial. Homeopathic remedies are sold in our office or online, and each vial typically lasts 1-2 months. You can order remedies through our website as well.
We sell vitamins & supplements at our office and through Fullscript with a patient discount.
*For out-of-state clients, our doctors are acting as holistic health consultants only and can't diagnose, order labs, order prescriptions, or offer superbills for insurance. These care options would need to be done with your psychiatrist, general practitioner, nurse practitioner, etc. Certain states in the US have laws against practice of naturopathic medicine. Those states include South Carolina & Tennessee. If you live in one of those states, we can't schedule an initial consultation with you. We recommend contacting a local mental health provider in your state, such as a holistic MD or psychiatric nurse practitioner.