First Visit

In this hour-long consultation, I review your intake form and we focus on your heath history, current medical concerns and short and long term health goals. If necessary I will perform a focused physical exam and order diagnostic tests. Using this information I create a personalized treatment plan and a timeline for future visits.  Therapies such as acupuncture and neural therapy may be done during this initial visit if time allows. Please bring a completed intake form (see “Forms”) and any recent lab work. No referral is necessary. To book an appointment click the "Book an appointment" button to the right.

Follow up visits 

During this 30-minute check up, I inquire how you are progressing with your treatment plan, and make any modifications if necessary. We may review lab results during this visit and/or perform therapies such as acupuncture, IV, or neural therapy etc.

Hours available:

Tuesday:  11am-7pm

Wednesday:  9am-1pm

Thursday:  11am-7pm

Friday:  9am-5pm

Saturday:  Occasional

Fees:

I understand that naturopathic therapies can be pricey, so I make every effort to keep costs reasonable and within small-town budgets. I accept cash, debit, and credit cards.

Free 15min meet and greet. This is a chance for you to see if naturopathic medicine is right for you.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: As per guidelines set by the British Columbia Naturopathic Association, my fees will be increasing on January 1st, 2017. The new fees are indicated below:

Initial visit (60-90 minutes)…………………………........$150

40 minute Pediatric (12 and under) Initial Visit…………………………..........$90

15 minute follow up......................................... $40

30 minute follow up………………………………………. $70

45 minute follow up........................................ $95

30 minute pediatric (12 and under) follow up……………………………..... $60

One hour initial Acupuncture visit...................................... $90

45 minute follow up Acupuncture.................................... $75

 

Insurance and coverage:

Naturopathic medicine is covered by most extended health plans. All plans vary - some may cover supplements, labs, and other therapies, so it is important to ask your employer about the specific limits of your plan.