Naturopathic Medicine – FAQ

Naturopathic Doctors are like family practitioners who use natural medicine and nutrition for treatments rather than drugs or surgery. Naturopaths seek to understand the underlying issues by focusing on a whole body approach.

  1. Women’s health: PCOS, acne, irregular periods, PMS, preconception planning, etc.
  2. Hypothyroidism
  3. Infertility
  4. Adrenal fatigue
  5. Digestive issues: IBS, constipation, diarrhea, IBD, food sensitivities, etc.
  6. Mood: anxiety, depression, PMS, sleep
  1. Blood work: hormone testing, nutrient evaluations, and general health markers
  2. Stool testing
  3. Food sensitivity testing
  4. Breath tests for SIBO
  5. Saliva testing for adrenal function and hormones
  6. Neurotransmitters for mood, ADD, and lack of motivation

Naturopathic Doctors in Minnesota are considered out of network so you can submit a claim to insurance and may or may not be reimbursed for the claim. You can use an HSA or FSA for visits, labs and treatments.

  1. Adult new patient visit: $350, 1.5 – 2 hour visit
  2. Pediatric new patient visit: $225, 1 hour visit
  3. Follow-ups: $200 per hour, $100 for 30 minutes
  4. Lab work: varies, but typically blood work is $150-$300. Other labs are $125 – $425 depending on the lab test.

Dr. Katie is currently seeing patients both virtually and in-person. Phone visits are also an option. In-person visits are located in Edina on Wednesdays.