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Here are the answers to some common questions about naturopathic care. If you don’t see the answer to your question here, please contact us using the form on our contact page.
We listen to you, and explore the cause of your illness. We treat you as a person providing comfort and long lasting relief.
Absolutely! We strive to resolve your illness and improve your overall health. The long-term goal is to reduce your overall medical spending. This allows you to enjoy life and be more productive.
Yes. Most insurance companies do cover our services. It is however very important to check with your insurance company as each plan is individualized.
Everyone young to old! We traditionally see the chronically ill or people who are looking to maximize their health. Many patients also see us as their primary care provider. Visit our Conditions Treated page for some examples of the type of care naturopathic doctors provide.
- Thorough history
- Space for you to voice your concerns
- Working together to achieve your health goals
- A high level of patient responsibility
- Caring, compassionate practitioners, open to listen to your health concerns
- Respect for YOUR health care choices
Yes. We will work in consultation with any health care provider. We believe that each profession provides something valuable in creating the best possible care for your needs. If you have an additional health care practitioner, please bring their contact information and any recent lab work.
Yes, but it depends upon your circumstances. Doctors at Interactive Health Clinic have been trained extensively in interactions of pharmaceutical medications and herbal medicine. This includes any potential adverse effects that could arise from improperly combined drug-nutrient and drug-herbal interactions. It is extremely important that you bring a list of ALL current medications and supplements to each visit and keep us informed of any changes, including dosage.
Naturopathic doctors are family practice-oriented primary health care doctors. Naturopathic doctors’ training consists of a four year, graduate level, accredited naturopathic medical school after the completion of a four year undergraduate degree. The first two years of schooling are like those of a conventional physician (MD, DO), the majority of time spent on basic sciences (anatomy, physiology, pathology, etc.). The additional two years also consist of specialized academic courses (cardiology, gynecology, gastroenterology, urology, neurology, etc.). Both study modern physical, clinical and laboratory diagnosis and are trained to diagnose and treat disease. Both refer patients to other health care providers or specialists when appropriate. And finally, both are required to pass a similar board examination to become licensed. For more information see ‘training’.
- Primary care while complementing any conventional care
- Partner in looking beyond the symptoms
- Therapist, caregiver, health coach, cheerleader
- Your trusted advisor to restore balance and add health to your life
- Improved sleep, energy, mood
- Fewer chronic symptoms
- A deeper understanding of symptoms
- Understanding of the BEST lifestyle for you
- Increased vitality
- Find out why you developed your illness
- Determine how to prevent progression of your current diagnosis
- Achieve true cure, without daily medications or supplements
- Regain a sense of power over your health and a knowing through experience that YOU can impact your illness.