$ 125 per follow-up consult Initial consultation $250
Initial Consultation — 60 minutes
Follow-Up Consults — 30 minutes
Get quick feedback and support from your insynco doctor through email or our secure in-app messaging.
Unlimited support between sessions
Consultations via phone, video or in-office*
A comprehensive whole-body approach designed just for you and continually fine-tuned to bring total transformation in 5 core areas of health.
Custom-built TOTAL HEALTH PLAN™
Stay accountable and consistent with the doctor monitoring your daily progress through Insynco’s digital health tracking tools
Smart health tracking through our platform
Earn 5% loyalty credit on consultations
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Yes, most insurance plans do provide coverage for naturopathic consultations and advanced testing.
We are conveniently located in downtown Toronto at 30A Hazelton Avenue, close to the Bay subway station in Yorkville.
The frequency of consultations will depend on the severity of your symptoms as well as your particular health goals. Depending on your unique case, we’ll likely suggest more frequent consultations during the first few months as we’ll focus on introducing new concepts and developing the best routines to help lay the foundation for life-long wellness. Patients usually start with monthly consultations and stay in touch between sessions through emails.
For new patients, we provide a thorough initial assessment that requires 60 minutes. Follow-up consultations (virtual or in-person) are typically 30 minutes in length.
No, Insynco was designed to be fully accessible to Canadians across the country. No matter where you live, our virtual care services are available to you.
Yes, to reduce your “out of pocket” costs, all consultation fees and testing prescribed by a naturopathic doctor qualify as tax deductible medical expenses under Canada Revenue Agency legislation.
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