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How much are visits at QC Natural Health?
QC Natural Health has various membership pricing models ranging from $79-$119 per month. This means that with your membership, you have access to an initial hour-long appointment, ongoing follow-up, and the option for phone/email consultation between visits. See our "Plans & Pricing" page to find the membership that best fits for you. Monthly membership contracts last a minimum of 1 year. After 1 year, you may cancel at any point with no penalty or fees.
Please note that membership does not include testing and medicinary items. If you prefer to use a-la-cart pricing, billing is $300/hour. *If you come to QCNH more than 3 times in a year, the membership model is more affordable.
What's the difference between a conventional doctor and a naturopathic doctor?
Naturopathic doctors, like allopathic or osteopathic physicians, hold a four-year undergraduate degree as well as an additional four-year doctorate degree. Naturopaths are trained in standard medical curriculum as well as extensive training in clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, hydrotherapy, naturopathic manipulative therapy, psychology, and counseling. Naturopaths must complete at least two years of hands-on clinical training and pass two sets of national boards to become certified. Naturopathic doctors are trained to diagnose and treat disease or refer to specialists when necessary.
Will insurance cover my visit?
Insurance often can shape the treatment that you receive and the time you may spend with the doctor. Instead, we are focused on providing the best care, without insurance influence. In the interest of keeping cash prices as low as possible, we do not bill insurance in the office. Instead, you may request a Super Bill, which is a special receipt you may submit to your insurance company, and they send you reimbursement. You can alternately use HSA and FSA payments.
Is QC Natural Health in Portland or the Quad Cities?
Both! QC Natural Health has two locations - one in Portland, Oregon and the other in Davenport , IA. The Quad City satellite location was founded in 2018. Dr. Wolbers travels to and from the Quad Cities every other month to see patients.
What if I need to cancel my visit?
If for any reason you need to cancel your appointment, please give us at least 24 hours notice. For any missed appointments or less than 24-hour notice for cancellation your account will be charged a $50 cancellation fee.
For established patients, you can adjust your appointments at any time by logging into www.qcnh.org/book-online. In the upper righthand corner, click "Patient Login" to see all of your upcoming visits. Reschedule as needed, and Dr. Wolbers will recieve an email confirmation of your rescheduled appointment.
If you are late for your appointment, your visit may be shortened and you will also be charged for the reserved time on the schedule
What is included in a phone consultation?
For online and phone consultations, there are some limitations to the care I can provide. I cannot diagnose or treat medical conditions without first establishing care in-person. All clients are required to work with a physician locally. This doctor will act as your primary resource for diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.
What I can do is help you understand new or confusing diagnoses, discuss recent lab findings, help you with specific health goals, and help you implement treatment recommendations made by your doctor.
Think of the information shared in these consultations as the type of conversation you might have with a neighbor or close friend who is a doctor - you may ask for their input or ideas, but wouldn't expect them to diagnose or prescribe medication without being seen in their clinic first.