One of the most common questions we get asked is how much will it cost to see a naturopath? There are 2 costs involved – the first being the consultation fee and the second being the cost of natural medicines that you may need.

An initial consultation with one of our naturopaths is $219. The initial appointment is 90 minutes long and includes an assessment and naturopathic diagnosis.

Standard appointments are $144 and are usually 30 minutes in length.

For naturopathic fertility consultations the appointments are longer and the fees a little higher. Call reception to find out costs for fertility.

How often will I need to come?

Most patients will have a follow up appointment 2 weeks after their first visit. It is common for patients to come in fortnightly for the first 3-4 visits, when often they will stretch out to monthly appointments. The faster you improve and the more stable you are the less often we will need to see you. Our naturopaths will always keep consultations to only what is needed to help keeps costs down.

How much will I need to spend on supplements?

Every patient is an individual so it is impossible to give exact costs of treatment without assessing you. If you need to budget your naturopath will be able to give you an estimate of costs after your first visit.  As a general rule, someone with very basic health concerns will need to spend approx. $40 – $50 per week in treatment, whereas someone with severe or complex issues needs to budget between $70- $100 a week. At Brisbane Natural Health we offer memberships which are inclusive of supplements and those that you use to pay session to session.

With any health program, there is going to be an investment in your time, energy and money to get you to where you need to go. We strive to offer great value care with excellent clinical outcomes for our clients. You will find that undergoing a naturopathic program is an investment in your health that you will enjoy the benefits of for years to come.

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