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Ostéopathe Naturopathe

  • What are your safety measures re: COVID-19?
    Each patient needs to bring his/her own mask (optional). The practitioner will wear a mask during the session if the patient is more comfortable. Washing of hands/ use of disinfectant gel for patient and practitioner before/after the appointment. There will be fewer appointments per day as surfaces will be cleaned/disinfected between each patient. One person per visit, or 1 parent accompanying a child. Obviously new linen for each patient. Required rescheduling of appointments if you (or someone you have been in contact with) have: fever, cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing, or if waiting for Covid test results. Payment is preferred by Interac or e-transfer. The receipt will be emailed.
  • Is Dileep Korah an osteopath or a naturopath?
    He is trained as an osteopath and a naturopath, and the two approaches complement each other. Please note that he is not a medical doctor and therefore you will not receive a diagnosis or medical treatment.
  • What should I bring to the session?
    First appointment: email or bring your completed intake form. Bring only what you need: a mask (optional), shorts/leggings, sports bra, or modest underwear so that I can better assess your spinal column. Naturopath appointments: ALSO bring your current prescriptions, supplements, and a copy of your most recent blood tests from your doctor (if available).
  • Do I need a referral?
    No you do not need a referral for an osteopath or naturopath appointment at Aylmer Ostéo ND.
  • What about payment and insurance?
    Aylmer Ostéo ND accepts Interac and email money transfers (or cash/cheques). Receipts will be provided for you to submit to your insurance company. Direct billing is available for: Medavie Blue Cross, RCMP, and VAC. Dileep Korah is a professional member of: Osteopath – Socato, and RITMA Osteopaths Association Naturopath – Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND) – Quebec Association of Naturopathic Medicine (QANM) – Vermont Association of Naturopathic Physicians (VANP) Thus if you have osteopath and naturopath coverage, you can maximize your benefits by booking both types of appointments.
  • What is the difference between a food allergy and a food sensitivity?
    A food allergy is an immediate reaction to a food that can cause an anaphylactic reaction such as swelling or constricted airways. A food sensitivity is a delayed reaction that could contribute to poor digestion, headaches, fatigue etc. Food sensitivity testing is available.
  • What tests are available?
    Food sensitivity testing: Enhanced, Basic, or Vegetarian panels. Hair testing: Hair minerals+toxins, Cortisol analysis, or Testosterone analysis.
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