Your Journey to Health

Welcome back! Bayview Naturopathic Wellness is now accepting in office consultations and treatments again. As a clinic that works with immune compromised clients, we have always taken extra precautions for your health and safety. Since COVID-19, those measures have been further enhaced

Please note, you will still be able to schedule phone consultations or video conferencing calls.  Stay healthy!

Dear Clients

We are really excited to announce that Bayview Naturopathic Wellness is switching to electronic medical record system. You will be able to access your treatment recommendations online as well the usual paper copy at the end of each treatment. With this change, we will also have a more user friendly online scheduling system. Please provide us with feedback, what you like about the system or what you find challenging.

If you are a new client, we are looking forward to meeting you and work together towards your health goals. Please take the time to complete the relevant intake form before your first appointment. It is an excellent way to prepare for our first discussion.

Just click on the button provided below to set up an account.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to stop seeing my family doctor if I want to see a naturopathic doctor?

A naturopathic doctor approaches disease conditions very differently from a general practitioner. Although some individuals choose to have a naturopath as their family doctor, you certainly can have both.

If you suffer from a chronic condition (e.g. Crohn’s, irritable bowel, eczema, psoriasis, arthritis) or just want to prevent disease before they develop, an experienced naturopath may be able to help.

Does OHIP pay for naturopathic visits?

At this time, naturopathic medical visits are not one of the services covered by OHIP. However, the majority of workplace health benefits will pay up to $500-800 per year, January to December, for you to receive naturopathic treatment advice. For the finer details, call your Human Resources department to find out more.

I am self employed. Is it true that my health insurance premium can be fully deductible for income tax.

Self employed individuals are able to purchase health insurance plan to cover for all family members (spouse/ common law partner and children) and have the premiums deducted as a business expense. This would cover up to $1500 annual premium per adult and $750 annual premium per child. Should the premiums exceed this cap, the difference can be claimed under “medical expense tax credit.”

Please see this article from Sun Life insurance or talk to your insurance agent.

Do I have to pay tax on naturopathic services?

You do not have to HST on your naturopathic visits as of February 12, 2014.

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