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Naturopathic patients – Adults

Naturopathic patients – Pediatric (0-16 years old)

Laser patients

Scratch allergy testing information

Allergy desensitization information

Services & Fees

Naturopathic doctors value the time they spend with their patients and our patients appreciate the level of service they receive. Unlike conventional medical doctors, we can charge for our time and can therefore offer as much time as needed to provide thorough, compassionate medical care.

Visits to the Doctors:

The initial visit is 45 to 60 minutes long and the fees include the doctor’s time spent thoroughly reading your extensive medical history forms.

Initial visit fee for ADULTS – $160

Initial Visit for CHILDREN AND TEENS – $160 (16 and under)

Follow-up visits are 25 minutes long, giving you ample time to discuss your program with your doctor.

Follow-up visit fee – $80

Extended follow-up visits are 55 minutes long, allowing for more in-depth discussion of your case, a homeopathic consultation, or a Relaxation Training session.

Extended follow-up fee – $140

Brief visits are 12 minutes long and are intended for simple prescription refills or program check-ins.

Brief visit fee – $45

Bowen Therapy visit fee – $80

Laboratory Testing:

Full medical lab testing is available. Prices vary according to the tests chosen. PAP smears are available, and the fee is the same as a follow-up visit.

Scratch allergy testing:

Scratch allergy testing information
Fee = $120

Laser Therapy

One small area – 30 minute visit – $48
One large area or two small areas – 45 minutes – $88

Health Insurance and Naturopathic Care

  • No referral is necessary to see a naturopathic physician.
  • In British Columbia, naturopathic physicians are no longer regularly covered by MSP (your “care card”). Patients on MSP’s Premium Assistance Plan are eligible for partial coverage. Our office submits the paperwork for the MSP reimbursement. MSP reimbursements are then mailed directly to your home.
  • Private extended medical plans often provide coverage for naturopathic services and lab work. Contact your extended medical plan company to find out the specific details of your policy. The patient is responsible for submitting their receipt for extended health reimbursement.

The British Columbia Naturopathic Association

The College of Naturopathic Physicians of B.C.

The Canadian Association Naturopathic Doctors