Naturopathic medicine Services

Naturopathic Visits

We go over your medical history, current symptoms, diet, lifestyle, supplements/medications, and any medical records provided.


Acupuncture helps to regulate energy flow and function throughout the meridians and corrects imbalances in the different organ systems.

Botanical Medicine

Botanicals can be used to support nearly every medical condition. Botanical extracts can be as effective as many drugs and usually have fewer side effects.

Constitutional Hydrotherapy

Constitutional hydrotherapy is one of the earliest healing treatments used in naturopathic medicine and is one of the best ways to increase circulation in the body.


Homeopathy involves the use of highly diluted natural substances given to stimulate the body’s innate healing mechanisms. Most patients see improvements immediately or within the first week.

Red Light Therapy (rlt) & Infrared Light Therapy (irlt)

Infrared can be beneficial for everything from acute and chronic pain to respiratory infections, detox and weight management, tissue healing and repair, improving sleep, and reducing mental health symptoms.

Physical Manipulation

Physical manipulation involves the manual manipulation of the bones and other soft tissues in the body to allow for posture realignment and facilitation of a free-flowing nervous system.

Neuro-Emotional Technique (net)

Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) is a mind-body technique developed to help harmonize and release neuro-emotional incongruencies stuck in the body. 

Naturopathic Visits

Our whole-person health assessments are scheduled for 120 minutes in order to allow ample time to go over your entire medical history, current symptoms, diet, lifestyle, supplements/medications, and any medical records provided. Your health assessment also includes any necessary physical exams and recommendations for labs, imaging, and/or referrals.

After labs and imaging are completed and reviewed, you will receive a personalized health and wellness strategy plan that you and your doctor have agreed upon, and you can implement the recommendations right away.

Depending on how long you’ve had your symptoms or condition, you should see improvements in anywhere from 1 day to 2-3 months. It’s important to remember that the longer you’ve had a condition, the longer it can take to heal. Age, immune status, genetics, chronic stressors, and overall health status can also play a role. Our naturopathic doctors and therapists are here to support you through any phase of the process to get you feeling better as quickly as possible. 


  • Whole-person health assessment (90-120 min) – $350
  • Quick recovery – e.g. cold & flu, UTI, pain/injury, stomach bug (45 min) – $175
  • Whole-person health strategy (60 min) – $225
  • Support & Strategy Check-Ins
    • 45 min – $175
    • 30 min – $125
    • 15 min – $75
  • Well-woman exam, trauma-informed (60 min New/45 min established) – $195/$165
  • Find my remedy! Homeopathic consult (60-90 min) – $225

* Specialty labs, some medications, and all supplements may add additional costs that vary depending on your individual needs and goals. Specialty labs and supplement pricing are cash pay and costs can be provided up front upon request. Coverage for labs and imaging run through insurance will depend on your individual healthcare plan.


Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles (1/100th the size of a blood draw needle!) into the skin at specific points. These points lie along meridians or pathways and are used to treat underlying Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) imbalances like “liver qi stagnation” and “dampness.” Your TCM diagnosis is determined by asking you several questions about your symptoms, similar to a regular medical intake, and by checking your pulse and observing your tongue.
How does it work? 
Acupuncture helps to regulate energy flow and function throughout the meridians and corrects imbalances in the different organ systems. Our bodies are all made up of cells that run on energy. Energy can be measured as electrical impulses (that cause a heartbeat, for example), or as chemical reactions (in the enzymes digesting your food or building a muscle).

Modern studies show that needling specific acupuncture points can directly affect the nervous system and major organs, including the brain, spinal cord, and muscles. Some studies have shown that acupuncture can affect dopamine, serotonin, b-endorphin, and norepinephrine levels and that needling certain points can reduce inflammation, regulate cortisol levels, stimulate white blood cell production, and lower blood pressure.

Through regulation of the vagus nerve, which connects our brain and our gut, and is important for balancing the “rest and digest” vs. “fight, flight, or freeze” states, acupuncture can help shift the body into a more parasympathetic, or “rest and digest” state. The shift from stressed to relaxed can have wide-ranging impacts on multiple body systems and associated symptoms.
Overall, by improving the body’s biochemical and electric energetic imbalances, acupuncture is believed to stimulate the body’s innate ability to heal.
*An important note – although treatment stimulates the body’s ability to heal, the right materials for healing also need to be on board. Sometimes herbs or nutrition therapy are recommended if there are deficiencies to ensure the best treatment outcomes. Acupuncture is also cumulative and we recommend 4-6 sessions in most cases to assess the benefits.

**Acupuncture sessions are frequently paired with other practitioner-recommended therapies including red or infrared light therapy, cupping, gua sha, and/or e-stim. Sessions can be accompanied by music or guided meditation to enhance the treatment experience. Your provider will discuss any additional procedures that might accompany your treatment and can address any questions before you begin.


 includes the above additional therapies when appropriate

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) evaluation & custom acupuncture treatment (60-90 min) – $115
    • Acupuncture follow-ups (30-45 min) – $75
    • Package of 6 follow-ups – $360 / $60 
    • Travel to me/In-Home Acupuncture & Cupping – $105/session (within 15 miles of 85296)

Growth Hour

Life Coaching + Acupuncture


Growth Hour is an intentional, transformative hour set aside just for you – to set goals, learn, heal, and transform. This is your time to practice mindfulness and acceptance of where you are at, receive teaching, guidance, and motivation, and stay accountable to making progress in your most important goals. 

Designed for high achievers and those looking for a designated time for consistent, supported personal development, Growth Hour involves 30 minutes of life coaching followed by a 30-minute acupuncture session with guided meditation. The acupuncture treatment protocol and meditation are customized for you based on your coaching session that day and the 5-element philosophy utilized in Traditional Chinese Medicine. (Alternatively, if the client prefers not to have acupuncture, a PEMF session with infrared therapy can be done without the acupuncture.)

What is life coaching? How is it different than therapy? 

Therapy offers a safe space with a trusted expert trained in trauma and mental health conditions who can help you explore the deeper aspects of your past that are showing up and dictating your current experiences, feelings, and behaviors. Therapy helps you discover the “why” behind your thoughts and behavior patterns, identify triggers/trauma responses and unhealthy relationship dynamics, and consider alternative perspectives and truths about yourself and your life. This process is often long-term and occurs at a comfortable pace for exploration and finding clarity. Therapy is best for those struggling with a history of self-destructive behavior due to unresolved trauma, PTSD, helplessness, hopelessness, anxiety, grief, panic, relationship issues, persistent negative thoughts, addiction, etc.

Life coaching, though it also fosters personal growth and self-awareness, is more action-based and focuses on the “how to” for setting goals and making life changes, as well as accountability in taking action steps towards a happier, healthier lifestyle. Life coaches do not explore the past but rather accept the client’s current state as the launching pad for setting and clarifying goals. Coaches will typically offer more health and wellness education for optimization (within their scope of practice), as well as motivation and accountability. They provide exercises and resources for consistent self-discovery and self-discipline in different areas – mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional. Coaching can be beneficial for sticking to a goal, navigating major life changes, or consistently showing up as your best and most authentic self.

Both therapy and life coaching can help you grow as a person and help you reach your goals. If you are seeking more clarity, support, connection, or healing, therapy is probably the best place to start. If you’ve benefited from years of therapy or feel ready to challenge yourself in healthy ways, life coaching may be a good fit for you. Some clients see both a therapist and a life coach.

 If you’re unsure where to start, we offer free 15-minute consults to help you determine what kind of support might be best. Text, call or fill out our contact form today! 




  • Growth Hour – $150/session (60 min) 
  • Growth Hour Package of 10 – $1200


Botanical Medicine

Botanical medicine refers to the use of a plant’s roots, bark, flowers, leaves, seeds, or fruit for therapeutic purposes and is the basis of traditional medicine. Botanicals can powerfully impact health outcomes and help alleviate many symptoms. 

Although western medicine emphasizes pharmaceuticals, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), 88% of countries globally currently utilize botanical medicine or herbal medicine as a part of their health care systems, and at least 40% of all modern pharmaceuticals are derived from plants. 

The health benefits of botanicals lie in their complexity. Unlike pharmaceuticals, botanicals contain many different compounds that can work together to heal numerous health ailments. 

Botanical extracts can be as effective as many drugs and usually have fewer side effects. They may be prescribed in the form of tinctures, extracts, capsules, teas, oral rinses, or topicals for the skin. 

Botanicals can be used to support nearly every medical condition. There are hundreds of valuable herbal medicines. Some of the most popular herbs and conditions they are used for include:

  • peppermint – nausea, indigestion
  • aloe – minor burns, skin irritation 
  • turmeric– joint pain and general inflammation  
  • tea tree oil – fungal infections (e.g. athlete’s foot) 
  • ashwagandha – stress, anxiety and low mood 
  • green tea – sluggish metabolism, low energy, lack of focus 
  • ginger – nausea, indigestion
  • hemp – anxiety, pain, sleep
Botanicals are regulated as drugs with medicinal value in many other countries, but are not well regulated in the U.S. Anyone can grow or purchase botanicals in the U.S., so being an informed consumer is important. The plant part (root, leaf, seed, etc.) and the extraction method (water, alcohol, glycerin, SCO2, oil, etc.) can affect how the product works and how safe it is. Some herbs should only be used topically and not internally. Others have additives, fillers, or toxins like heavy metals or mold. If you are on medication, there are herb-drug interactions to be aware of.
 If you are interested in botanicals, we advise you to work with one of our physicians who can prescribe which herbs to take. They can also recommend trustworthy products that are independently tested for identification, quality, potency, and purity. 
Some great places to learn more about botanicals include the American Botanical Council, The American Herbal Products Association, or the Herb Research Foundation.

Constitutional Hydrotherapy

Constitutional hydrotherapy is one of the earliest healing treatments used in naturopathic medicine and is one of the best ways to increase circulation in the body. It is a specific type of hydrotherapy, which simply refers to any treatment involving water. 

Constitutional hydrotherapy involves the alternating application of hot and cold towels in conjunction with a low-voltage e-stim called sine wave which is applied to the back and abdomen. The patient lies comfortably on a table wrapped in sheets and a wool blanket while towels are applied to the back, chest and abdomen. Variations in the temperature of the towels, timing (duration, frequency, and time of the day), location of towels and e-stim pads, pressure, compress and wrap materials, and level of wetness are all variables controlled by the physician that have an impact on the treatment outcome. 

Constitutional hydrotherapy works by alternating hot and cold which causes vasodilation and vasoconstriction, respectively (widening and narrowing of the blood vessels). This acts like a pump for your blood and lymphatic systems.
Increased circulation in these systems leads to increased oxygen and nutrient delivery to tissues, removal of cellular and lymphatic waste products, a boost in cellular metabolism, and increased digestive functions.
Health conditions that may benefit from constitutional hydrotherapy include, but are not limited to: depression, fibromyalgia, colds and flus, bronchitis, arthritis, constipation, Chron’s disease and ulcerative colitis, infertility, heartburn (GERD), menstrual cramps, and chronic asthma.
Individuals with the following conditions should not receive constitutional hydrotherapy: acute asthma, serious illness, active infection or cancer, during menses with heavy bleeding, loss of sensation/inability to feel temperature of the towels, moderately high or very high blood pressure, those with pacemakers or metal implants, organ transplants, kidney/bladder/gall-stones, heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, Raynaud’s, or other active autoimmune disease (due to upregulation of the immune system). 

Treatments typically last about one hour. The number of treatments depends on the needs of each patient, but a common recommendation is once per week for four to six consecutive weeks in order to receive the greatest benefit.



  • 60-70 min treatment – $120
  • Package of 6 – $570 ($95/session)



Many people think “naturopathic medicine” and “homeopathy” mean the same thing. In fact, homeopathy is just one type of treatment that naturopathic doctors use.
Homeopathy involves the use of highly diluted natural substances given to stimulate the body’s innate healing mechanisms.
These substances are tiny sugar-coated pellets dissolved on the tongue. The remedy on the pellets has been diluted so many times in a specific way so that there is nothing detectable left of the original substance. Because they are so highly diluted, they are usually very safe for patients of all ages and constitutions. 
A remedy is carefully selected by a homeopathically trained physician after reviewing a detailed questionnaire and conducting a 1-2 hour homeopathic consultation.
This visit is separate from a normal medical visit and goes into greater detail about a patient’s symptoms. Your symptoms that are the most strong, unique or unusual are some of the signs that lead the practitioner to selecting the right remedy. It can be helpful if you pay attention to any strong or unusual symptoms prior to your visit.

Most patients see improvements immediately or within the first week. Upon starting a new remedy, your current symptoms may initially aggravate for a few hours or days and old symptoms from the past may reappear. Both of these are considered normal and even positive reactions. Remedies are effective for varying lengths of time and are highly dependent on your individual progression. Regular, much shorter follow-ups are encouraged to assess whether a dose or remedy should be changed.

But how does it actually work? Is there any science or logic to this?

Homeopathy is based on the principle of “like cures like,” which means a substance that would usually cause negative symptoms in a healthy person (like coffee causing jitters) can be given to cure those same symptoms in a sick person (give highly diluted coffee to an anxious, jittery person). Think of it as a little messenger, reminding a body stuck in a pattern that something is off and needs to be fixed. This theory was initially validated by conducting & observing “provings” of homeopathic substances in groups of healthy people and using those substances in diluted form to treat the sick. Homeopathic theory also suggests that the more diluted a remedy is, the more potent it is. That’s why you’ll see large numbers like 200C and 1M for doses. 

Because these principals don’t follow modern science or logic, homeopathy has incurred many skeptics. Choosing a remedy is highly individualized and it can be very difficult to study these types of alternative treatments with the same scientific methods we use for studying pharmaceutical drugs. In terms of randomized clinical trials, the data is inconclusive. However, there are thousands of published individual case studies demonstrating the safety and efficacy of homeopathy. Although we don’t know how something works (scientists still don’t know exactly how Tylenol works!), there may be good reasons for using an alternative therapy. Some of these reasons are lack of available alternatives, treatment accessibility, potential side effects, patient preference, treatment compliance, and avoiding drug interactions. 

To read more about homeopathy and homeopathic research, you can visit and 

*Please note that homeopathy is never prescribed in lieu of other more appropriate medical treatment or referrals and will only be recommended by a physician after performing a regular new patient medical intake and determining homeopathy to be a safe form of treatment.

Red Light Therapy (RLT) &

Infrared Light Therapy (IRLT)

Red light therapy (RLT) and infrared light therapy (IRLT) are two closely related therapies that use the spectrum of red light to affect different body tissues. There are many different red light devices with different features.
Depending on the device used, RLT and IRLT can help to reduce inflammation and pain, aid in circulation and detox, regenerate and repair injured tissue, power up the mitochondria, and boost cellular metabolism.
The effects you get depend on the wavelength used (typically somewhere between 600-100 nm), the power of the device, and the size of the area being treated.  You may also see RLT referred to as low-power laser therapy (LPLT), low-level laser therapy (LLT), or photobiomodulation.
RLT refers to visible red light with shorter wavelengths. RLT in the form of cold laser therapy is often used for skin conditions or superficial injuries to reduce inflammation and speed healing. Both the patient and practitioner wear protective eyewear during the treatment, which usually lasts around 5-15 minutes. You typically do not feel anything with cold laser as no heat is being generated.
 Cold laser has the best research available of all red light therapies for enhancing musculoskeletal injury repair and reducing inflammation. 
Cold laser is thought to stimulate the mitochondria, which are the ATP-producing energy workers in your cells. This energy boost allows muscle, skin, and other tissues to heal and repair more quickly. 

RLT devices come in different classes based on their features and range from consumer to medical grade. Always check with your doctor before purchasing a home device or starting a new therapy like RLT. 

IRLT refers to non-visible red light with longer wavelengths than RLT. Infrared waves also generate heat and can penetrate further into the body than RLT waves. This allows for healing of deeper tissues and increased circulation and detox effects. IRLT is used in many forms including saunas, mats, lamps and more. It is important to note that infrared saunas are different from traditional dry saunas. A dry sauna uses electricity or wood to heat the air around you. The hot air heats your skin and superficial body tissues to very high temperatures which results in sweating as a cool-down response. Infrared saunas use light waves to heat your deeper body tissues, and can be done at lower or higher temperatures. With an infrared sauna, you can still get some of the benefits from lower temperatures which may be a safer option for some patients. 

Infrared can be beneficial for everything from acute and chronic pain to respiratory infections, detox and weight management, tissue healing and repair, improving sleep, and reducing mental health symptoms. Many people also enjoy incorporating infrared into their lifelong routines for overall longevity and wellness.

Physical Manipulation

Physical manipulation involves the manual manipulation of the bones and other soft tissues in the body to allow for posture realignment and facilitation of a free-flowing nervous system. The bones in your back and neck protect the spinal cord and the nerve roots that leave the spinal cord and go out to all the organs and tissues of the body.
When the bones are compressed or not in the right position and nerve function is impaired, this can result in pain, stiffness, restricted  movement, numbness or tingling, weakness, headaches, shallow breathing, and other uncomfortable symptoms. 
Using their hands or a small tool, physicians use low-velocity corrective techniques to shift misaligned bones back into place. This technique is very similar to a chiropractic “adjustment” but done with less force. Physical manipulation may be accompanied by soft tissue work on muscles, tendons, fascia, adhesions or scar tissue, or instrument-assisted soft tissue techniques (IAST) like gua sha or cupping. These additional techniques can help to relax hypertonic muscles, break up scar tissue, and increase circulation and healing components to a symptomatic area. 

Many patients also derive long-term benefit from combining physical manipulation with things like regular stretching or yoga, strength training, physical therapy, soft tissue treatments, red light therapy, acupuncture, or massage to support the structural work. We can help customize an individual healing treatment plan for you based on your unique needs and goals. 

Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET)

Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) is a mind-body technique developed by Dr. Scott Walker that addresses the physiological effects of a psychological stress response. NET integrates concepts from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), applied kinesiology, and chiropractic medicine to help harmonize and release neuro-emotional incongruencies stuck in the body.
There is a psycho-emotional-physical link formed in the body when a trauma occurs in our lives. The word “trauma” might sound like a big event, but a trauma is simply anything too overwhelming for our nervous system to handle at any given time.
In fact, everyone experiences traumas whether big or small. A poor decision, an embarrassing moment, an argument with a loved one, a romantic breakup, feelings of shame or hopelessness – these can all be traumatic, especially if we don’t have the right tools to cope or process our emotions. With children it takes even less impact to overwhelm the nervous system and many of us retain some traumas from childhood. Psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk explains this phenomenon in great detail in his book, “The Body Keeps the Score.”

Neuro-emotional incongruencies in the body will often feel like your brain and your body are not on the same page. If you say, “I like going to school,” but your heart starts racing and you start sweating when you say it, your body might feel differently. Or perhaps you say, “I feel safe driving” but can barely get the words out because you immediately have a flash back to a bad accident. These are signs there might be something emotional coming up with those thoughts. Interestingly, your muscles also get weaker when your body has an emotional reaction to something. The nervous system has to divert some attention to the emotional response and can no longer maintain as much strength. When there is no emotional reaction, the muscle can stay strong.

NET, through gentle muscle testing and acupressure points, can provide insight into which thoughts and feelings are not in harmony with one another and may be causing symptoms. Using this information from the body along with breathwork and tapping at certain levels of your spine, the stuck emotions can be processed and released.
A few quality studies have been done on NET. All reported significant benefits either psychologically or physically. One study compared fMRIs taken post NET intervention. The MRIs taken post-NET intervention showed reduced brain activity in regions associated with a traumatic response when the patient was prompted with the same traumatic stimulus that previously caused a response. Another randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial showed, after 8 NET treatments, there was a significant reduction in low back pain, inflammatory biomarkers, and disability, as well as improvement in general quality-of-life measures. 

To read the above studies or learn more about NET, please visit


Payment & Cancellation Policy

We accept all major credit/debit cards, cash or check for payment of services.  If you need to cancel your appointment, we respectfully request at least 48 hours for new clients and 24 hours for follow ups. If you miss your appointment or cancel within 24-hours, you will be charged a cancellation fee equal to 50% of the reserved services. This is standard practice in most fee-for-service industries. We value you your time and ours and this helps us maintain an efficient schedule for all clients. If you have questions or concerns about a charge, we are happy to discuss it with you anytime.