Pricing

Adult Initial Evaluation: $275

pediatric initial evaluation: $175

After your initial evaluation, you will need to enroll in a membership for access to continued care. Your membership benefits include discounted follow up visits, 10% discounts on supplements, and email support. Your membership affords you discounted prices on visits but you still have to pay for your visits. For example, if you have an individual membership and you schedule a 30 minute follow up appointment, you will pay $50 for you membership and $75 for your visit that month. 

MEMBERSHIP FEES

Individual Membership: $50/month

Child Membership: $35/month

Couple Membership: $85/month

Family Membership: $140/month

Member Visit Prices

15 minutes: Free

30 minutes: $75

45 minutes: $125

House Call Surcharge: $50

Paying

For the Initial Evaluation, your fee will be due at the end of the appointment. I accept all credit and debit card. I do not accept checks. For online Initial Evaluations, you will receive an invoice via email and you will have 24 hours to pay. Your monthly membership fee will be automatically charged to your credit card, debit card, or bank account each month at the end of the billing cycle.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is not included in the prices?

Labs and supplements are not included in the pricing. Your insurance may cover labs ordered by me but you will need to check with your insurance company. Ask if they cover labs ordered by out-of-network providers. I contract with Quest Diagnostics for routine blood work. For members, I offer a 10% discount on physician-grade supplements through Fullscript, but you are not obligated to buy your supplements through me. If you have an HSA/FSA, you may be able to use that money to cover the cost of supplements. Contact your insurance company for more information.

Do you accept insurance?

The short answer is no. California law currently does not allow Naturopathic Doctors to contract with insurance companies. However, this does not mean that your insurance will not pay for part of the visit. This is dependent entirely on your insurance provider and their policy regarding out-of-network providers. Many PPO insurance plans will reimburse part of the visit. Most HMO insurance plans do not reimburse for visits, but may cover the cost of labs. Please contact your insurance provider to find out more information. State that you want to work with an out-of-network Naturopathic Doctor and want to know how much you will be reimbursed. If your insurance provider is not familiar with Naturopathic Doctors, simply tell them that Naturopathic Doctors are licensed primary care providers in the state of California. Find out the best way to submit your claim with a superbill. Even if you are not sure, it never hurts to try to get reimbursed and I will be happy to help you navigate this process. Most insurance companies will not reimburse for online appointments. For more information, please visit the California Naturopathic Doctors Association here.

What about my HSA or FSA?

Most, but not all, Health Savings Accounts or Flexible Spending Accounts can be used to not only pay for visits with Naturopathic Doctors, but also for prescribed supplements. You may have a debit card you can use at the time of service or you may need to submit receipts for reimbursement. Talk to your insurance provider for more information on how to use your HSA or FSA.