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What Happens During a Follow Up Naturopath Appt?

By Dr. Alexsia Priolo (she/her), Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Alexsia Priolo, Naturopathic Doctor, outlines what to expect after your first prenatal or postnatal visit.

What does a follow-up visit look like? Typically I like to see people about three to four weeks after their initial visit just to check-in and see how things are going. Sometimes tweaks need to be made and that’s totally okay. We’ll get to them at the follow-up visit and sometimes everything’s good. And we are ready to implement the next phase if there is one that we’ve outlined.

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