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Naturopathic Medicine

Dr. Corey adheres to the 5 Principals of Naturopathic Medicine:

  • First do no harm: using treatments that have low side effects.

  • Prevention: working with the patient to prevent future health conditions.

  • Supporting the body's own ability to heal: help remove blocks to healing.

  • Treat the whole person: understanding the patient and providing an individualized plan that includes physical, emotional, environmental and spiritual aspects.

  • Docere (teaching): providing  knowledge to the patient in order to help them feel empowered to take  responsibility for their health.

Trans and Gender Affirming Healthcare

   Dr. Corey provides counseling, gender affirming hormone therapy, pubery blockers and general wellness support for all transgender and gender diverse patients.  We will help you on your journey to comfortably express your true self. We provide a warm and welcoming environment for everyone.

Dr. Corey does not provide PAPs and in office STI screening at this time.

All patients initiating and continuing hormone therapy must agree to and adhere to regular visits and regular lab work to best optimize your hormonal transition. 

   Dr. Corey can provide nutritional counseling and can work with you to implement healthy eating habits. Dr Corey can recommend nutritional plans to support certain health conditions.


Craniosacral Therapy (CST)

  Dr. Corey also uses CST as a modality for healing. CST is a gentle form of physical therapy that encourages optimal circulation of the cerebral spinal fluid. CST is helpful for migraines, anxiety, depression, stress and many other health concerns. Call, email or text for CST.


Vitamin B12 Injections

   Dr. Corey offers vitamin B12 Injections for $35 (not covered by insurance). B12 can be helpful for energy, brain fog, mood and skin health. See Dr. Corey's blog post on the importance of B12 for further information. If you are interested in B12 injections please text, call or email for an appointment.  (information here is for informative purposes only and not intended to Dx or treat any health condition)

Payment and Insurance Information


Transformative Healthcare is in network with: 

  • Regence

  • Aetna

  • Uniform

  • Premera

  • Lifewise

  • First Choice  

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (when billed through Regence/Premera) 

  • Please note some Group Health, Kaiser PPO and United plans bill through First choice, If you have one of these plans, please contact our front desk to confirm before booking. We are not in network with Kaiser HMO plans (thier system has outdated information that we are in network)


Please note:  Not all insurance companies cover visits for naturopathic physicians or telehealth. We suggest that you contact your insurance to verify your coverage.  This is especially important if you have an out of state plan as some states do not license naturopathic doctors.

Our office does not verify insurance benefits beforehand. That is the responsibility of the patient to know their benefits.

Out of network or do not have insurance:

If your insurance is not in network with us or you do not have insurance, we provide a 30% cash rate discount.  Payment is expected at the time of check out.  We will also provide you with a super bill that can be submitted to your insurance company for you to be reimbursed at the out network rate.


Our cash rates including the discount are: 


First visit: $192.50-224

Return Visit: $112-154

Craniosacral Session (50 minutes): $125

Starting April 1 2024 cash rates will increase by 20%

For patients with AppleCare or other Medicaid plans a discounted sliding scale fee will apply. Please inquire with front desk while booking.

Tips for Navigating Insurance:

Before scheduling it might be a good idea to check the following with your insurance company so that you are not hit with any unexpected charges:

1. Does your insurance company allow for naturopathic doctor visits?

2. What is your yearly deductible?

3. What is your copay fee per visit?

4. Do you have any out of network benefits?

5. Does your plan cover telehealth visits?

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