What to expect at your first appointment:
A naturopathic doctor is a family physician. Your first appointment will include vitals, physical examination, a complete history covering your diet, lifestyle, family history, stress, and environmental exposures, and lab work (if needed). Naturopathic doctors treat the whole person, and so spend considerable time listening to patients to understand their individual concerns. Patients leave their first appointment with a treatment plan in hand.
Dr. Moser is contracted with:
- First Choice
- L & I
- LifeWise Health Plan of Washington
- Premera Blue Cross (Global, Heritage, and Foundation Networks)
- Regence Blue Shield
- United Healthcare
For insurance companies not listed above, Dr. Moser operates as an “out-of-network” provider. Most insurance companies in Washington cover naturopathic services, so Thrive’s services may be covered with your “out-of-network” benefits. If this is the case, we are happy to fill out any insurance paperwork and provide you with a “superbill” (paperwork that has all necessary coding for carriers) to submit to your insurance. The insurance company reimburses you directly. Call your carrier to confirm that you have out-of -network benefits and that naturopathic services are covered.
Patients without insurance are welcome at Thrive. Prevention is the best medicine, and regular health exams can help find problems before they start. We know that if you delay seeing a doctor because of financial concerns, your health concerns may be harder to treat down the road. There are several options for payment, including a monthly plan for primary care. Call (206) 257-1488 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.
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Issue 1 (Winter 2011) – Uncommon treatments for the common cold, healing journeys, immune support breakfast, Devil’s Club and more.
Issue 2 (Spring 2011) – Seasonal allergies, hypothyroidism, common sleep thieves, raw beet salad, Cleavers and more.
Issue 3 (Summer 2011) – Vitamin D, building a natural first aid kit, men’s health, Elderberry, Banana-Berry Smoothie and more.
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Issue 5 (Spring 2012) – Concerns about wheat, multi-vitamins, treatment options for menopause, building a network of support for new parents and more.