We offer FREE 15 minute meet and greet appointments to determine whether you think we're a good fit for you.
Naturopathic Service Fees:
Dr. Lia Sonnenburg, ND
Initial (120 Min) Adult Visit $260
Initial (75 Min) Adult Visit $195
F/U Adult (75 Min) $178
F/U Adult (60 Min) $135
F/U Adult (45 Min) $115
F/U Adult (30 Min) $90
F/U Adult (15 Min) $58
Initial (60min) Child Visit $130
F/U Child (60 Min) $120
F/U Child (45 Min) $100
F/U Child (30 Min) $78
F/U Child (15 Min) $50
Dr. Aranka Jones, ND
Initial (120 Min) Adult Visit $300
Initial (90 Min) Adult Visit $225
F/U Adult (75 Min) $188
/U Adult (60 Min) $150
F/U Adult (45 Min) $120
F/U Adult (30 Min) $90
F/U Adult (15 Min) $55
Initial (60 Min) Child Visit $150
F/U Child (60 Min) $150
F/U Child (45 Min) $120
F/U Child (30 Min) $90
F/U Child (15 Min) $55
* Second visits range from 45-75 minutes.
** F/U = follow-up
*** Services are HST exempt including tests & labs; IV materials and supplements are not.
Nutrition Consulting Fees:
Initial Intake (75 minutes): $110
Nutritional Counselling Follow up (30 minutes): $45
Nutritional Maintenance Visit (15 minutes): $25
Functional Health Coaching Fees:
Individual Coaching Sessions are $75
All sessions in a package are 45 minutes long, except for the first Foundation Session which is 90 minutes long.
Package Deal Coaching Sessions
5 Session Package - $350
10 Session Package - $650
Individual Sessions are $170/hour
Is There Coverage?
As of yet, OHIP does not cover Naturopathic Physicians in the province of Ontario.
Most extended health benefit insurance offers some coverage for naturopathic medicine. Please inquire directly with them to see what coverage you are eligible for.
All payments will be received upfront and a receipt will be given so that you can submit independently to receive your eligible reimbursement.
Please book a complimentary 15 min visit to talk to us if you are in financial need.
What should I expect in terms of Investment?
Every patient is different and may require more or less time in the office in varying frequencies.
Generally, there is a long first visit which includes a comprehensive history taking and if time allows – a basic physical exam. Any required laboratory work is then requested (either from your doctor or from the lab) in time for your second visit – when a proper plan of action is put into place.