Frequently Asked Questions

 
 

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What conditions do you treat?

Patients come to us for all types of illnesses, from a simple cold to ongoing issues such as chronic fatigue. We approach all health conditions by getting to the root cause of the imbalance. Examples of common conditions that bring people to our office include: thyroid, adrenal, cortisol, fertility, menopause, gut/stomach/digestion, cardio/heart, fatigue, and insomnia.

If I am taking prescription medications, can I take natural medicines?

While it is safe to take many natural medicines in conjunction with prescription drugs, you should always consult your physician(s) prior to starting a new medication regimen.  The natural medicines used at Revive serve to optimize the physiology of your body and may change your medication needs.  

The doctors at Revive will always ensure your safety by considering medications you are currently taking before making any new recommendations.  Many patients are able to eliminate medications as their bodies become healthier, but this must be carefully done under the supervision of the doctor that prescribed the medication.  We are happy to work in conjunction with other doctors so that you get the best treatment possible.

 

 

Does RevivE Naturopathic take insurance?

At this time, some insurance companies cover naturopathic services, and others don’t.  Currently, Revive Naturopathic Medicine, Inc. is not recognized as a network provider under any insurance plans.  If your plan has coverage for out-of-network naturopathic providers, Revive can provide you with a Medical Superbill containing appropriate insurance coding to submit for reimbursement. You’re required to pay for services at each appointment. You may also use funds in Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Savings Accounts for services and products.

How long will it take me to feel better?

Every person is different, and some treatments that we recommend require patients to make changes in lifestyle to be effective. The path to healing is quicker for some than for others.