Your first visit will be approximately one hour. Sit back and be comfortable. The goal is to get as complete a picture as possible of your overall level of wellness. Most people say the time flew by so make sure you have any questions written down.
How long is my first visit?
How much will my first visit cost and how much will any subsequent visits cost?
Your visit is $400.00 and any subsequent visits are $200.00. Olive Branch Wellness Center partners with Blispay, if you would like to explore an affordable way to finance your care.
What if I live out of town and would like to visit Dr. Ray?
Dr. Ray welcomes long-distance patients. Call or email us to set up an initial appointment, and we will work with you to combine an initial in-person visit with phone consultations so that Dr. Ray can help you move closer to your wellness goals. Here are directions to Olive Branch Wellness Center and nearby hotels.
Do Naturopathic doctors work with other health care professionals?
Yes! Naturopathic doctors work with other conventional and alternative health care professionals such as medical doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists and other professionals when the need arises. Every health care professional has value and it is in your best interest that we are all working as partners for your best interest.
How is naturopathic care different from conventional medical care?
Well, in several ways. First of all, Naturopathic doctors work with patients to build a strong foundation of health by coaching, encouraging, and personally designing programs. Secondly, Naturopathic doctors provide more than relief from symptoms. Naturopathic doctors are committed to getting to the cause of the problem which should greatly reduce dependence on pills, giving you a longer-lasting, deeper level of healing. Naturopathic doctors believe that your body, when given the right tools, has the innate ability to heal itself. They use low-force, nontoxic interventions to encourage your body to heal itself. Healing might mean incorporating one or more of the following: diet and lifestyle changes; vitamin and nutrient supplementation; botanicals or herbals, medicine; homeopathy; hydrotherapy; and physical therapy to encourage your body to heal and restore itself to optimum balance.