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Fee Schedule


New Patient, Comprehensive Integrative Medicine Appointment:  $220

ALL PATIENTS must start with a new patient assessment, this includes those wanting to schedule specifically for acupuncture or chiropractic treatments for their pet.  This is an hour long appointment.  It includes the doctor’s review of your pet's medical records and imaging prior to your appointment.  It also includes a traditional physical exam, as well as one from a Chinese medicine perspective.  We will define your goals and expectations for your pet's well being.  We will review medications, lifestyle, nutrition, and supplements.  You will be given recommendations for exercise, massage, and physical therapy as appropriate.  In the week following your appointment, the doctor will send you a care plan reviewing what was covered at your appointment, as well as detailing nutrition, supplements, and therapies recommended.  If appropriate, it will also include an evaluation for an herbal prescription.  The herbal medication would be an additional fee.


If you know you would like to add chiropractic or acupuncture treatments to your first appointment, we will schedule your pet for 90 minutes.


Acupuncture:  $110

Chiropractic:  $80


Medical Progress:  $80

This is a 30 minute appointment for follow up after your pet’s initial assessment. 


Existing Patient, New Concern:  $80

This appointment is for a patient who has been seen in the last year, but may have a new condition like a skin concern, ear infection, lameness, etc.


Phone Consult:  $50

This is a convenience for existing patients that live out of the area.  It includes up to 20 minutes with the doctor at a scheduled time.  This is to allow a more thorough discussion with the client to  address any follow up concerns, discuss or modify medication/nutrition/supplements/therapies, etc.  


Your Homework Prior to Appointment:

Dr. Radwan spends a significant amount of time reviewing medical records, imaging, and history prior to your appointment.  This allows her to have a good introduction to your pet’s complete history, which allows her to focus on the primary concerns during the appointment.  This will make the appointment far more productive for both you and your pet.  To that end, she requires that you send all medical records either by mail or email, prior to your appointment. When you book the appointment, she will also email to you a history form, which you need to send back prior to the appointment as well.