Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions, FAQ

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Our rates are based on time spent with Dr. Morgan therefore cost is flexible. The rate is $40 for every 15 minutes. Usually, the first visit is about $200 and follow-ups at about $80. Some patients require more frequent contact. For these patients the Wellness Recovery Program is available. The Wellness Recovery Program is $170 for the first month then $70 each additional month. The followup visits consist of two short 15-20 minute visits or one approximately 45-minute visit.

Naturopathic training is unique in that it teaches pharmacology and the role of conventional medicine, but the focus is on natural alternatives that can be used to improve health and wellness. There are a plethora of natural therapeutics taught at naturopathic medical schools including nutrition, diet, botanical or herbal medicine, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, massage, naturopathic manipulative therapies, physiotherapy, and doctor patient relations. The clinic training occurs over the last 2 years of medical college under the supervision of a licensed naturopathic doctor, medical doctor, or chiropractic doctor. During this two-year period, clinical rotations are performed in hydrotherapy and massage, naturopathic medicine, laboratory services, and women’s healthcare at the various clinical sites. This provides the students with a vast exposure to variety of conditions and techniques in naturopathic patient care.
Yes! Dr. Morgan offers telemedicine and is flexible about which software patients use. When scheduling your appointment be sure go ask for/select a virtual appointment instead of a traditional in person one.
Yes, just give our office a call at anytime to schedule a new patient visit. You can also schedule online using my online scheduler.

Our rates are based on time spent with Dr. Morgan therefore cost is flexible. The rate is $40 for every 15 minutes. Usually, the first visit is about $200 and follow-ups about $80. For patients that need more frequent visits, the Wellness Recovery Plan is available. With this plan you pay $170 for the first month then $70 dollars each month. The $70 dollars is for two short visits (about 15 – 20 minutes).

Unfortunately at this time we do not have a sliding scale available. We do have seminars and talks regularly in the community. This allows for free or low cost interaction with our doctors to help learn skills to improve your health.

No, because the state of Michigan does not recognize Naturopathic Physicians as licensed health professionals, I am unable to perform physical exams, order routine lab work, and diagnose disease. Therefore, I will at times refer you back to your family doctor or recommend you sign up for one if you do not have one.
Naturopathic physicians are trained as primary health care practitioners and receive a doctorate degree from four-year accredited Naturopathic Medical colleges. A four-year bachelor’s degree is required to enter the program. Specific pre-medical courses in the basic sciences are required such as biology, chemistry, physics, and etc. The basic courses taken in the first two years of naturopathic medical school are similar to those taken in conventional medical and chiropractic programs including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, histology, embryology, psychology, pathology, neuroanatomy, microbiology, immunology, pharmacology, radiology, clinical and physical diagnosis, laboratory diagnosis, and evidence based medicine. There are also courses in cardiology, gynecology, obstetrics, diagnostic imaging, minor surgery, pediatrics, geriatrics, environmental medicine, EENT, endocrinology, dermatology, neurology, proctology, oncology, urology, medical genetics, counseling, and stress management.