As a parent, you may wonder if there is any difference between a naturopathic doctor’s visit and a conventional one. You may be curious about how a naturopathic doctor is trained. (Find out here.) You may already be considering naturopathic care for your family, but were waiting for the "right" time. Whatever your situation, now you have the chance to give it a try!
This holiday season, I’ve decided to spend a day giving back to my community. I’m offering a low-risk opportunity to experience the real difference between naturopathic care and conventional care.
It is true that a naturopathic doctor’s visit costs more than your typical insurance copay to see a conventional doctor – on the surface. When you include the potential long-term expenses, however – additional doctor’s visits, medications, surgeries, and a reduced quality of life – a holistic and preventative approach to health begins to make real financial sense. There is no better time to start this than at the beginning – in childhood.
For one day only, December 12, 2009, I am providing well-child visits for $30 (a $100 value for new patients). Each 45-minute visit will include a physical exam, a developmental assessment, and information about nutrition and natural therapies for children. (Read more about naturopathic well-child visits on my website.)
There are only five openings available, so make sure you don’t miss out! Call (970) 232-8447 today to schedule your child’s appointment. Experience the natural, compassionate, whole-child care that is naturopathic medicine.