Frequently Asked Questions 

Frequently Asked Questions

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Are ND visits covered by OHIP?

  • Currently, OHIP does not cover ND visits.  However, extended health benefits typically do.  Each insurance plan is different so make sure to check your coverage with your insurer.  Also, be sure to ask whether direct billing is possible with your plan! 

 

Does Dr. Cho accept insurance?

  • It actually depends on YOUR plan.  Visits with NDs are often covered by extended health benefits, but each plan covers a different amount per visit and/or per year.  Lab tests and supplements are not included in visit costs and may or may not be covered by your plan.  Please check with your insurer to see what you have available.

Can NDs direct bill?

  • Dr. Cho is registered with Telus Health so if your insurance company/plan has enabled it, many companies like Manulife, Sun Life, and Great West Life allow NDs to direct bill.  Please bring your insurance information with you to each visit if you would like to direct bill.

How long are visits with Dr. Cho and what are her fees?​​

  • The initial visit is 1 hour long and follows up are either 30 minutes or 45 minutes depending on what is going on.

  • Please contact Dr. Cho with questions related to fees. 

How much are labs with Dr. Cho?

  • Each test has a different cost associated with it.  To find out how much specific tests cost, please contact Dr. Cho.

How many visits do I need?

  • Each person is different.  Some may only need a few visits to get max results while others may benefit from weekly acupuncture for a period of time.  After the initial assessment, you should have an idea of visit frequency.

What kinds of conditions does Dr. Cho treat?

  • Dr. Cho sees patients with a variety of concerns.  Her practice tends to focus around digestive health, chronic pain, weight management, stress management, and hormone balancing.  If you have a specific question about your diagnosis, ask Dr. Cho.

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What do naturopathic doctors (NDs) do?

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How are NDs different from MDs?

 

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Are ND visits covered by insurance plans?
 

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Clinic LocationS

Toronto Specialty Rapid Access Clinic

Days: Tuesdays, Thursdays, some Saturdays

Hullmark Corporate Centre 

4789 Yonge St Unit 1106

Toronto, ON M2N 0G3

P: 416-792-1022

F: 1-888-612-7157

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The Pain And Wellness Centre

Days: Wednesdays and Fridays

2301 Major Mackenzie Dr West

Suite 101

Maple, ON L6A 3Z3

P: 1-800-597-5733

F: 1-844-358-9308

www.thepwc.ca

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