Frequently Asked Questions


What is an e-visit or telemedicine?

An e-vist is a term used by practitioners that use telemedicine. It is the ability to have a doctor's visit on a digital device, like a computer, tablet or smart phone that has video capabilities or by telephone conference. This is a more convenient and affordable way to have a healthcare visit if a client has a non-emergency appointment, lives in a rural area, has a busy schedule or lack transportation.

What is a Natural Health Practitioner?

A Natural Health Practitioner is a board certified primary care provider that emphasizes prevention and optimal health by using therapeutic methods, recommendations and products that encourage the body to heal naturally. 

Do you accept health insurance?

We do not take insurance at this time. Most alternative health methods are not covered or have very limited amount of visits by insurance companies. Therefore, we have created an affordable  flat fee for each visit and clients have  the ability to purchase a monthly membership at a discounted rate.

What type of conditions do you treat?

We do not treat patients, we provide professional recommendations for prevention and physician diagnosed illnesses. We focus on the whole body, client complaints and client's medical history to find the root of your health problems. This allows the practitioner to create a beneficial plan that will allow the body to heal naturally. This includes, but is not limited to; chronic pain, colds, diet plans, nutrition, stress management, women's health issues, heart issues, high blood pressure, diabetes, autoimmune issues, digestive issues, depression, anxiety, lifestyle coaching, postpartum care and more

Do you provide lab work?

Yes, we provide access to conveniently located labs and share results with clients. 

Do you prescribe medication?

We do not prescribe medication. We only focus on natural and integrative remedies, methods and recommendations. Such as, whole food therapy, coaching, consulting, nutrition, vitamins and minerals, exercise, Ayurvedic, herbal therapy, homeopathy, naturopathy, mind body therapy and more.