What is Naturopathic Medicine?

Naturopathic medicine is an approach to health care, which utilize natural, non-toxic therapies to treat the whole person and encourage the self-healing process. Naturopathic doctors complete a graduate degree program through an accredited medical school within United States, and many choose to complete postgraduate studies to further clinical experiences. Naturopathic doctors treat a variety of conditions, including digestive issues, chronic fatigue syndrome, physical pain, and sleep disturbances. At Moringa Natural Health Center, MNHC, we emphasize clinical and laboratory diagnostic testing, nutritional medicine, intravenous and injection therapy, botanical medicine, acupuncture, homeopathy, minor surgery, naturopathic physical medicine, counseling, and environmental medicine to identify and treat the root cause of your health struggle. A naturopathic doctor obeys six basic principles compatible with natural approach to health and healing that recognizes the integrity of the whole person. - First Do Not Harm - Identify and Treat the Cause - The Healing Power of Nature - Treat the Whole Person - The Physician as Teacher - Prevention

How is Naturopathic doctor different than Conventional Allopathic doctor?

Naturopathic doctor focus in identifying and treating the root cause of your health struggles rather than symptoms.
At our healing center, MNHC, we customize your treatment plan per your goals and experiences. Our highly qualified team is available to help you choose individualized naturopathic therapies to help you achieve your goals. And you may be recommended one or more of the above therapies during the course of your treatment program.

What happens when I get there?

Upon arrival you will complete new patient paperwork, followed by a brief tour of our facility. You will then meet with the doctor and be evaluated and receive any necessary testing to help the doctor identify the root cause of your health concerns.

Following the first part of your visit, the doctor will organize your case and formulate a treatment plan according to your needs. A follow-up visit will be scheduled for you to meet with the doctor and review your results and treatment recommendations.

Do you take insurance?

No. We are non-participating, an Out of Network provider and we do not directly bill insurance. However, upon your request, an itemized receipt for submission of reimbursement for services rendered can be provided. In other words, if applicable, your insurance may directly reimburse you for any covered services provided at our clinic.

We do accept payment via HSA, HRA or Flex Spending Accounts that many insurance plans include. Reference FAQ5 for more info.

If you don’t take my insurance, can I come to your office?

Yes. We have an outstanding team and a thriving healing center.

Our fees and treatment plans are designed for people with and without insurance.

Our standard fees are very reasonable and can be lower than most insurance copays.

Truthfully, the majority of insurances in Arizona offer minimal coverage for naturopathic services making it an out of pocket expense even for insured patient.

If you believe there will be some insurance reimbursement potential, we will give you an itemized receipt that you may submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement. We have patients who go this route successfully and we can help you with any other questions regarding this issue, just ask our front desk team for more information.

When will I know the total cost?

You will know the exact costs before incurring any bill. While we cannot determine your actual cost until after a proper evaluation and the doctor completes a treatment plan, at that time we will be clear and upfront about the cost.

Our fees are very reasonable especially in comparison with the traditional medical costs for treatments, and we work with you to find the best path to pay for your treatments.

Does your clinic require me to sign a contract?

No contract is required to receive our utmost natural therapies from highly trained doctors.