Below we have answered our most commonly asked questions. If your question is not answered here or throughout our site, please contact us for more information. 

+ How is a Naturopathic doctor trained?

Naturopathic Doctors attend nationally accredited four-year, graduate-level naturopathic medical school. Enrollment in naturopathic medical school requires a bachelor's degree and completion of medical school prerequisite classes, similar to conventional allopathic and osteopathic medical schools.

Each state currently maintains the authority to regulate Naturopathic Doctors. This regulation ensures that only qualified individuals, those who have attended an accredited medical school, can call themselves a Naturopathic Doctor.

+ If I live out of state can we still work together?

Yes, we offer online natural health consultations in certain circumstances. Since legislation changes frequently and each state has unique regulations, we ask that you please email to learn more.

+ How do I know if Naturopathic medicine is a good fit for me?

Contact us to schedule a free 15-minute phone consultation to learn more about what we do and how this may benefit your specific case.

+ Do you bill insurance?

We do not bill insurance, however if you would like to submit the charges to your insurance company, please let us know and we will give you the necessary form to send them. Your insurance company may or may not cover the office visit fee and does not typically cover the cost of supplements. It is the patient’s responsibility to be aware of his or her coverage. Please contact your insurance company to find out what they cover.

+ What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept all major credit/debit cards, HSA cards, cash, and checks.

+ What is your cancellation policy?

Last minute cancellations of scheduled appointments are difficult to fill and costly, therefore appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice are subject to a $75 fee. No show appointments will incur the full appointment fee.