How much does it cost to go to a naturopath?
The cost of going to a naturopath can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the practitioner’s experience, location, and the services provided. Make sure your choice of naturopath is registered with an approved association.
Generally speaking, the initial consultation with a naturopath can range from $69 for an acute short consultation to $199 – $600 depending on what tests are included in your appointments.
Subsequent follow-up appointments can cost between $69 and $129.
Additional expenses may include the cost of supplements, herbal remedies, or laboratory tests that may be recommended by the naturopath.
Naturally with Leah offers the following consultations and costs.
- Acute 10 min consultations = $69
- Basic no test included consultations = $199
- Advanced with some basic tests and iridology for $250
- Premier more advance testing and iridology included $490
- Options of many more tests depending on your needs
Some private health insurance plans may cover nutritional services coverage can be limited, it’s important to check with your insurance provider beforehand.
Naturopathic services are not covered in Australia by medicare or private health.
While the cost of seeing a naturopath may at first appear higher than that of a conventional medical doctor, many people find the personalised attention and holistic approach of naturopathic care to be well worth the investment in their health and wellbeing. A naturopath will also spend about an hour with you.
Naturally with Leah is a naturopath and nutritionist based at Erina on the NSW Central Coast.
Leahs clinic is independent within the My Dr Erina Medical Central.
Leah uses holistic, scientifically based university training along with life experience as a mum and grandma.