FEEL YOUR BEST

With an individualized naturopathic medicine plan

Are you experiencing the following symptoms?

Fatigue

Brain Fog

Aches and Pains

Bloating

Low Sex Drive

Fertility Issues

We will do a holistic analysis of your hormones, body chemistry, lifestyle and your eating habits to develop a plan that will make you feel better.

Naturopathic Medicine is a different approach to healthcare. By taking a holistic view of the body, we can formulate a treatment plan that will address the root cause of your concerns. We believe in each individual’s capacity to heal him/herself, given the right stimulus.  Thus, our treatments are directed at activating this innate healing mechanism.

 

Our approach takes into account the physical, emotional, biochemical, physiological, psychological, and environmental aspects of a person when approaching their health. We believes this is crucial in understanding our patients, their condition, and what is the best clinical approach to take.  This “WHOLE-istic” approach focuses on tackling the root cause of the illness.

What does naturopathic medicine treat?

In the state of California, Naturopathic Doctors are considered primary care physicians, which means they treat a variety of different symptoms and diseases. At Integrative Wellness, we have a special interest in hormonal, gut, stress, mood and sleep disorders.

Are Naturopathic Doctors covered by insurance?

Naturopathic medicine coverage is largely based on your individual health insurance plan. Although we don’t accept insurance as a form of payment for your visits, we do provide you with a superbill at the end of each visit. These superbill’s can be submitted directly to your insurance company for reimbursement consideration.

What medications can a Naturopathic Doctor prescribe?

Naturopathic Doctors undergo rigorous education on pharmaceutical drugs, and depending on state regulation, are allowed to prescribe pharmaceutical medications. In the state of California, we are allowed to prescribe these drugs to our patients. However, we typically don’t prescribe pharmaceuticals at the first sign of symptoms or illness.