Please note: With the Covid-19 provincial order in place, all consults will be via phone.
The first consultation appointment with Dr. Adatya runs up to 1 hour and subsequent appointments range from 15 mins to 30 minutes in length depending on your specific health concerns.
Typically during the initial visits Dr. Adatya will take a detailed history of your current and past health concerns, conduct a physical exam and use information from laboratory tests to make an assessment and diagnosis. With the patient’s input, a personalized treatment plan will be proposed to help facilitate achieving your health goals.
Most extended health insurance plans in both Canada and the United States cover naturopathic medical consultations. Insured patients are encouraged to contact their employer or individual insurance brokers to determine if they are covered and to request that their policy be extended to include naturopathic services if it does not already do so. Since Naturopathic Doctors use alternatives to costly techniques and drug therapies, more insurance companies are beginning to investigate expanding coverage of this cost effective treatment method. Naturopathic Medicine is currently not covered by any of the provincial health plans.
You do not require a referral to see a Naturopathic Doctor in Vancouver. To book an appointment with Dr. Adatya:
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Cancellations are accepted 48 hours before scheduled date of appointment. Missed appointments are charged one half of the cost of the appointment.
Payment is due at the time of service, when lab tests are ordered, and when prescribed medicines are delivered. Payment for special order medicines are due when the order is picked up or delivered. The clinic accepts all major credit cards (apart from AMEX), cash and cheques.
Emergencies: In case of an emergency during regular office hours, first call the clinic; if you receive voicemail or call outside of our business hours, dial 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room.