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Naturopathic Medicine is not currently covered by OHIP. However, most health insurance plans do offer coverage for Naturopathic Medicine. Contact your health insurance provider to see if your health benefits include coverage for Naturopathic Medicine.

Your initial new patient appointment will take approximately 60 minutes and will include a complete health history, symptom oriented physical exam and discussion of your health goals and expectations. Additional laboratory testing may be ordered and copies of any recent blood work may be requested from your family doctor. A follow-up appointment is typically scheduled 1-2 weeks following your initial appointment to review the findings and discuss your treatment plan.

New Patient Consultation (60 minutes): $175
Peadiatric New Patient Consultation (up to 60 minutes): $140
2nd Visit Follow-Up (45 minutes): $125
30-minute Follow-Up: $85
15-minute Follow-Up: $45
Acupuncture (30 minutes): $70
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture (75 minutes): $145
Elapromed Microcurrent Facial (45 minutes): $145

I believe that patients receive the best care when they access the services of a health care team that may include your family doctor, medical specialists, massage therapy, chiropractic, and other allied health care professionals. I will collaborate with all your health care providers, will respect the treatment plans that they have recommended, and ensure that any treatments that I recommend will work in conjunction with your current medications and other therapies.

Because every patient is different, it is difficult to predict how long it may take for you to experience an improvement in your health. However, when recommending any course of treatment, I will discuss in detail what you can expect in terms of benefits, side effects, and how long the treatment may take to work.

Naturopathic Doctors are trained as primary health care providers which means that we can diagnosis conditions, perform physical exams, and request blood work and certain labs. Naturopathic Doctors are trained to treat all health conditions ranging from acute conditions (such as colds and flu) to chronic illness (such as high blood pressure and diabetes). Naturopathic Doctors are highly trained experts in natural medicine and employ various natural therapies including clinical nutrition, acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, botanical medicine, nutritional supplements, homeopathy, and lifestyle counselling.

I believe that a lifetime of health is built of a strong foundation. With that in mind I treat children of all ages including pregnant mothers, infants, toddlers, school-aged children and teenagers.

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