Naturopathic medicine Services
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.
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 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 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.
- New Patient Intake (90-120 min) – $350
- 60 min follow up – $225
- 45 min follow up – $175
- 30 min follow up – $125
- 15 min follow up – $75
- New patient well woman exam (60 min) – $195
- Established patient well woman exam (45 min) – $165
- Homeopathic intake (60-90 min) – $225
* Please note that specialty labs, some medications and all supplements 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. Coverage for labs and imaging run through insurance will depend on your individual healthcare plan.
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.
**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
- Intake & first treatment (60-90 min) – $115
- Follow up treatments (30-40 min) – $75
- Package of 6 – $360 / $60 per session
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.
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
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.
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)
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?
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 hri-research.org and homeopathyusa.org.
Red Light Therapy (RLT) &
Infrared Light Therapy (IRLT)
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.
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 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.
To read the above studies or learn more about NET, please visit netmindbody.com
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