Health Fund Rebates Available
Adults & Children
Initial Naturopathic Consultation Standard – $120 (45 – 60 minutes)
This appointment type if for a standard consultation without comprehensive test results.
Initial Naturopathic Consultation Long – $180 (60 – 90 minutes)
This appointment type is for anyone with comprehensive test results.
Follow up Naturopathic Consultation Standard – $80 (30 minutes)
This appointmenty type is for a standard follow up consultation without comprehensive test results.
Follow up Naturopathic Consultation Long – $120 (60 minutes)
This appointment type is for longer appointments (including basic test results).
Follow up Naturopathic Consultation Extensive – $180 (90 minutes)
This appointment type is for anyone with comprehensive test results which requires the practitioner to spend additional time to go over beforehand. This could be blood test results more than 10 pages or comprehensive stool, hormone or other testing.
Follow up Naturopathic Consultation Short – $50 (15 minutes)
This appointment type is for clients who have appointments regulary but need to ask a few questions between Standard appointments. No test results discussion.
Asyra Initial (1 hr 30 min): $180
Asyra Follow-up (1 hr): $120
This includes Asyra report
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You will need to fill out the intake form that we will send by email. If you can complete it online, we will receive it as soon as you submit it. If you prefer, you can print it out and fill it in by hand; you then need to make sure to get the completed form to the clinic (in person or send via express post) so that your practitioner receives it at least 3 days or 72 hours prior to your appointment. The same applies for any test results or genetic reports you may have. This allows your practitioner the time to go over your results before they see you. It can easily take up the entire consultation time to go over results and take a history before we even started, so this rule is put into place to save you time and money. If the practitioner feels they do not have enough time to review your information before your consultation due to short notice, you may have to reschedule.
You can scan your documents and email them as a PDF format to your practitioner. Some clients prefer to take images of their blood test results on their phone and email it which is an option if you don’t have a scanner. If you need to find another option feel free to contact the practitioner and come up with a plan that works for both of you.
If for some reason the online intake form is not working for you, or you have trouble with the questions, or maybe you feel the questions do not tell the full story of what you are experiencing, then feel free to write us a narrative describing your health journey and using a timeline to indicate when you started feeling sick and moments of change along the way. Also provide a list of any supplements or prescription medication you may be on.
If you would like to first speak to one of our practitioners before making a commitment you can book a free once-off 15 minute consultation with the practitioner of your choice. This provides an opportunity for you both to decide whether you would like to work together and set realistic expectations. When you are ready to book in just go to Book an Appointment
and choose either the service or practitioner you would like to work with. Or just organise an appointment after the 15 minute consultation.
If you have specific questions or just need to have a quick conversation with your practitioner then book in for a quick 15 minute consultation, either by phone or in person. If it can wait until your next appointment then write your questions down so you don’t forget. If it is urgent then book in for a follow-up appointment.
If it’s a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer then it’s not a problem. More often, however, it requires us to go back into your files or do additional research which takes time away from our families, so unfortunately this is time we need to be compensated for. To keep it simple, it will be treated as a 15 minute consultation but if your practitioner feels it’s more complex they may charge you more.
Absolutely! At this stage Elizma Lambert is the only practitioner that provides SKYPE consultations and has a number of clients that live interstate or overseas. We hope to have more practitioners able to provide this service soon, but you can contact Elizma on firstname.lastname@example.org
if you cannot attend the clinic in person.
No. Each of our practitioners have slightly different ways of practising and also different areas of expertise. We have tried to clarify as best we could where practitioners fit in by providing contact details under appropriate sections. Most clients book in to see a particular practitioner due to word-of-mouth, but if there is a service you prefer, simply make this clear when you Book an Appointment
and we’ll make sure you are connected with the appropriate practitioner.
Asyra consultations come with reports. We debated for a long time whether we should provide written reports as this seems to be the trend in many clinics. At this point in time we are not doing this, simply because we are too busy. Any spare time we do have we like to put into research and keeping up to date in order to serve you better, instead of doing more paperwork. It also helps to keep consultation fees as low as possible. If you still want a health report you can discuss this with your practitioner who may do so at an extra charge. We do however provide you with any handouts or extra information you may need to help you along the way, as well as a treatment plan.
Prices may be changed at any time without further notice. We do everything we can to ensure that the prices on our websites are correct and we try to keep our prices constant. A lot of our time goes into research for our clients but we try to keep costs to a minimum so we can help more people.