Naturopathic Health Care
FREE 15-minute Introductory Consultation
Initial Visit - 60-90 minutes - $160
Comprehensive Follow-up - 45-60 minutes - $140
Extended Follow-up - 30-45 minutes - $110
Follow-up - 15-30 minutes - $80
Check-in - 5-15 minutes - $40
Rates are NOT subject to HST, as of Feb 12 2014
Blood work and other lab tests may be recommended at an additional cost.
Most health insurance plans cover Naturopathic Medicine. Check your policy to find out if you have coverage.
At Kingston Natural Route Health, our Naturopathic Doctors are trained in a number of modalities. Depending on the doctor’s approach and the needs of the individual patient, treatments may include:
- Clinical Nutrition
- Botanical Medicine
- Homeopathic Medicine
- Asian Medicine
- Lifestyle Counselling
- Bioidentical Hormone Therapy
- Biotherapeutic Drainage
- a combination of all or some of these modalities
What To Expect
During your initial visit, your Naturopathic Doctor completes a thorough health history intake and physical exam in order to assess your health. At KNRH, we feel it is important to take the time we need to determine the root cause of your concerns so that your individualized treatment plan is both holistic and comprehensive. Our goal is to get you started on your journey to becoming your most healthiest self.
Comprehensive Follow-up (45min – 1hr)
During your comprehensive follow-up, your Naturopathic Doctor fully re-assesses your health goals and treatment plan. You will discuss the progress you have made over time while also determining the next step. This type of appointment is necessary if a new health concern has become a priority for you as well as the next time you require a new treatment plan as your Naturopathic Doctor will need more time to fully explore it.
Extended Follow-up (30-45min)
During your extended follow-up, your Naturopathic Doctor will ask questions related to the recent changes you have made, monitor your progress since the last visit as well as provide any in-office treatments such as acupuncture that may be required. You will be able to discuss any questions or concerns that you may have at greater length. At KNRH, we feel it is important to follow-up with us so that we can properly monitor your health achievements as well as modify your treatment plan if necessary.
During your follow-up, your Naturopathic Doctor will ask questions related to the recent changes you have made and monitor your progress since the last visit. As always you will be able to discuss any questions or concerns that you may have. At KNRH, we feel it is important to follow-up with us so that we can properly monitor your health achievements as well as modify your treatment plan if necessary.
During your check-in, your Naturopathic Doctor will ask questions related to the recent changes you have made, provide encouragement and support for you to stay on track with your treatment plan, and discuss any questions or concerns that you may have. At KNRH, we feel it is important to check-in with us so that we can properly monitor your health achievements and celebrate your successes.
Free 15-minute Introductory Consultation (15min)
Come in and have a cup of tea with one of our Naturopathic Doctors to see how we can work together to achieve your health goals. Find out how naturopathic medicine can help you to get to the root cause of your concerns so that you can move towards optimal health and wellness.
If you are interested in Naturopathic Medicine but need to know more before you commit, book a free 15-minute introductory consultation.
Common Health Concerns
Did you know that more than 300 signs and symptoms are attributed to hypothyroidism? Because it is the master endocrine (hormone) gland it plays an essential role in many of your body’s functions including metabolism, hormone balance, growth, and energy stores to name a few. People often report feeling colder than others around them, feeling sluggish and tired, and have difficulty maintaining an optimal weight. See our Thyroid & Adrenal Health Questionnaire for more signs and symptoms.
When it comes to assessing thyroid health, ordering comprehensive thyroid blood work is very important. When asked, many people report having thyroid blood work performed, however, most thyroid screening is based on one test called thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH). The problem with only looking at TSH is that it’s a very small part of the picture. TSH can be completely normal but it doesn’t mean that you don’t have a thyroid issue.
At Kingston Natural Route Health, we offer comprehensive assessments and treatments for those who are or may be suffering from hypothyroidism. During our health history intake we explore other possible contributing factors to thyroid hormone imbalances such as adrenal and sex hormone health, environmental factors such as heavy metals, food sensitivities, and immune health. Then, we will recommend any necessary thyroid hormone testing that hasn’t been performed before getting you started on your individualized treatment plan.
See our Thyroid & Adrenal Health Questionnaire for more signs and symptoms.
It is common to experience periods of sadness or worry throughout the course of our lives, but when these feelings are persistent and interrupt your daily living, you can benefit from some outside support.
A long term plan for elevating your mood should include nutrition recommendations, supplements, and mental-emotional techniques. With natural treatments, it is common to see improvement in 3-4 months.
For more information about naturopathic treatment for depression, read the following blog posts:
Dealing with anxiety can really hold you back. At work, it may prevent you from taking risks that show your value. At home, it may put a strain on relationships. In some cases, anxiety may prevent you from getting to work, or from having a relationship in the first place.
Anxiety is an unpleasant emotion that can cause physical symptoms: shortness of breath, racing heart, sweating, dizziness, and muscle tension, for example.
Constant anxiety can also impact overall health. Anxiety often leads to low energy. Digestion is suppressed by anxiety, causing heartburn, loose stools, and other digestive issues. Levels of sex hormones can be altered, causing premenstrual syndrome, sub-fertility, and other hormone imbalances.
Naturopathic treatment for anxiety can help you decrease your symptoms and get you doing the things that really matter. Your Naturopathic Doctor may recommend a combination of nutritional changes, herbal medicine, supplements, homeopathics, and, possibly, acupuncture. With natural treatments, it is common to see improvement in 3-4 months.
See these blog posts for more information on anxiety:
True Cleanse Program
The focus of the True Cleanse program is clean eating and healthy lifestyle habits. This is not a liquid diet or fast. The cost of the True Cleanse Program is $200 for new patient's and $160 for existing patient's plus the cost of supplements. Payment for the program is required in full at the initial visit. For the purposes of this program, cleanse and detoxification (detox) are used interchangeably.
Natural Medicine Dispensaries in Office and Online
Naturopathic Doctors (NDs) frequently prescribe nutritional supplements, botanical and homeopathic medicines. For the convenience of our patients, the NDs at Kingston Natural Route Health operate dispensaries so that patients can purchase their prescriptions at the same time and location as their consultations. Patients are not obligated to purchase their prescriptions at Kingston Natural Route Health.
A wide range of products are available through our online dispensaries. To access the online dispensary, click here.
Kingston Natural Route Health can requisition blood work for you. Testing includes food sensitivity screens, blood and salivary hormone testing, urinary heavy metal testing, and many other tests that help us help you.
Interested in a specific test? Get in touch with us.
Free Talks for Community Groups
Are you looking for someone to speak to your group? Kingston Natural Route Health will design and present a custom talk about a health topic relevant to your audience.
Commercial entities are charged for talks depending on the length, location and audience size.