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VIRTUAL VISITS ONLY
Initial Consult (60- 90 mins min): $250.00 This appointment is required for all new clients. In this appointment, we will review your health concerns that you wish to address as well as your health goals through a comprehensive history intake. The initial consultation is a deep dive into your health history and where further details about your health are gathered, where past labs and treatment information is reviewed and where it's determine which lab tests (if any) are necessary to ask your medical doctor about. Action steps will be implemented and a plan will be created specifically designed for you based on the information gathered.
Follow up Consults (60 mins): $175: This option is for returning clients only. A follow up helps us to evaluate and evolve. We assess improvements, make changes to a plan or move to the next step as your progress.
($200 for returning clients who have not done a follow up in 12 months)
Follow up Consults (30 mins): $125: This option is for returning clients only. A follow up helps us to evaluate and evolve. We assess improvements, make changes to a plan or move to the next step as your progress.
Discovery Call; 15 mins FREE- For new clients only. This complementary appointment over the phone is designed to provide you with the opportunity to share your primary health concerns and to learn more about how I can help and to see if we are a good fit. Before a discovery called is booked, you will be sent an email to answer some questions.
*** Receipts are given for insurance and / or income taxes purposes. While fees are not covered by Quebec Medicare, many insurance companies offer coverage for naturopathic services. Check with your insurance provider for more information ***
**** Naturopath care does not replace a visit with your medical doctor. In Quebec, Naturopaths cannot order tests, make any diagnosis or offer medications. It is recommended to get a diagnosis from a medical doctor before seeing a Naturopath. Naturopathy is not a regulated profession in the province of Quebec (unlike most other provinces). As such, naturopaths are limited in the level of care they can offer the public. Naturopathic plans include lifestyle and supplement suggestions. These are not to be construed as a prescription and are not meant to replace any current or future conventional medical care. Under no circumstances is a naturopath trying to impersonate a medical doctor. ****