Frequency Asked Questions
Yes, absolutely. Clinical experience has shown over time that utilizing naturopathic principles and modalities in the restoration of health, is extremely effecting for autoimmune conditions, such as Crohn's, Ulcerative Colitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sjogrens, Celiac disease, Lupus, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Grave's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Type 1 Diabetes, Pernicious Anemia, etc. Reversal of the immune dysfunction, whether autoimmune or allergies, is most often successful with the optimization of health, within the physical, emotional, vibrational, subconscious, and spiritual bodies of the individual.
A Naturopathic doctor is either a primary care provider or a conjunctive member to your health team. A naturopathic doctor can diagnose, treat, and manage patients with any symptom or condition, while many doctors choose to specialize in certain conditions. NDs approach patient treatment by addressing the root cause of dis-ease and symptoms, with focus on the entire person, body, mind, and spirit. Naturopathic doctors excel in prevention and assisting the body’s innate ability to heal itself when given the right tools. NDs focus on educating patients to empower them with their own health and to understand the root of their own health concerns. Naturopathic doctors create individualized treatment plans for each patient, addressing nutrition, lifestyle and physiology, and most importantly, mental-emotional wellbeing in order to achieve lasting optimal health.
Yes, HSA and FSA plans can be used directly for services and supplements. For other types of insurance, refer to this /document when you contact your insurance provider to clarify what services they cover under your specific plan.
If your insurance provider covers naturopathic medical services, acupuncture, or physical manipulation, a superbill can be provided to submit to your insurance company provider, along with the form below (if necessary). Superbills are provided upon request, following a visit. The insurance provider typically has 30 days or less to reimburse you for services rendered.