Your Virtual Naturopathic Clinic

Convenient. Private. Online health and wellness visits.
  • Dr. Emily Hartsfield, ND
  • Dr. Ashley Stein, ND
  • Dr. Faith Coats, ND

Welcome to ND Consult Live

If you’re looking for online naturopathic doctor visits, you’ve come to the right place.

Have you been meaning to get to the doctor but just haven’t had the time? Or maybe the nearest health clinic is inconveniently far from you? With ND Consult Live, you can choose from many different naturopathic doctors online. Simply browse through our doctors and choose the one that seems right for you. Online doctor visits are super easy and are possible to do from virtually any device!

ND Consult Live is here to help you where you are–at home, work, or even while you’re traveling. Our doctors are trained to handle a wide range of conditions, can order labs or imaging, and fill your prescriptions–all from the convenience of online video calls using your smartphone, tablet, or desktop webcam.*

*Imaging and prescriptions are limited to certain regions.

What We Do

How It Works

Frequently Asked Questions

ND Consult Live is a virtual naturopathic medical clinic and wellness center. You can schedule video appointments with a licensed naturopathic doctor, order DIY lab testing kits, and purchase supplements and herbal products shipped straight to your home.

Naturopathic doctors are educated and trained in accredited naturopathic medical colleges. They diagnose, prevent, and treat acute and chronic illness to restore and establish optimal health by supporting the person’s inherent self-healing process. Rather than just suppressing symptoms, naturopathic doctors work to identify underlying causes of illness, and develop personalized treatment plans to address them. Their Therapeutic Order™, identifies the natural order in which all therapies should be applied to provide the greatest benefit with the least potential for damage.

Accredited naturopathic medical schools are four-year, in-residence, hands-on medical programs consisting of a minimum of 4,100 hours of class and clinical training. During naturopathic medical school, students are educated in the biomedical sciences as well as the latest advances in science in combination with natural approaches to therapy. They also study disease prevention and clinical techniques.

In addition to a standard medical curriculum, schools require their graduates to complete four years of training in disciplines such as clinical nutrition, acupuncture, homeopathic medicine, botanical medicine, physical medicine, and counseling. For at least the final two years of their medical program, naturopathic medical students intern in clinical settings under the close supervision of licensed professionals.

Given the importance of hands-on, clinical experience for naturopathic medical students, the accrediting body for naturopathic medical colleges does not recognize degrees from online programs of study.

The general educational structure for naturopathic doctors is comparable to that of conventional medical doctors (MDs) and osteopathic doctors (DOs). In all three medical programs, the first year emphasizes biomedical sciences such as anatomy and biochemistry. Second year classes focus on the diagnostic sciences, including areas such as evidence-based medicine and physiological assessment. All programs progressively increase students’ problem-based learning and integrated coursework, enabling students to learn how different concepts affect one another.

After the first two years, the curricula of the three medical programs focus on applying medical knowledge to real-life situations with simultaneous classroom studies supporting this training. Third- and fourth-year naturopathic medical students have  opportunities for hands-on clinical training and practice, often at their schools’ teaching clinics and off-site clinics. This period of clinical training is essential to these students’ education—so much so that clinical training is now being introduced during the first and second years of education at several AANMC-member schools. As a result, naturopathic medical students graduate with experience in diagnosing and treating patients, even before they begin formal practice.

A major difference between the training of the MDs and naturopathic doctors is medical residencies. MD residencies are mandated and regulated by conventional medical schools. As a result, many opportunities for residencies exist at a wide variety of medical facilities and are funded by the federal government.

Naturopathic medical residencies are not nearly as common because they are not yet required by most states (Utah is an exception) or funded by the federal government. In place of a residency, many new naturopathic doctors choose to practice with or shadow an experienced doctor before setting up their own practices.

Like MDs, a growing number of naturopathic doctors choose to specialize or focus their practices. Specialty associations currently exist for EndocrinologyEnvironmental MedicineGastroenterology, Parenteral Therapies, PediatricsPrimary Care PhysiciansPsychiatry, and Oncology. In addition, while practicing Family Medicine, many naturopathic doctors choose an area of focus based on a therapeutic, condition, or population subset.

Your communications between you and your doctor are completely secure and private. We use DoxyMe, a telehealth service provider that is both easy to use and HIPAA compliant. Your messages between you and your doctor are also secure and totally private. Though, as with any use of a computer for secure communications, it is important that you use a secured private network and a private physical space for video visits with your doctor.

Patient Testimonials

Very grateful and amazed to be able to see a naturopath online! Deepest gratitude to Dr. Michael Morse for being so mindful and knowledgeable, for taking the time, looking for the cause, and not just treating the symptoms. After a few hours, I totally got back to a normal state of well being. I am grateful beyond words! I deeply recommend this service to anyone who needs to restore their health.

Rosa G.

Dr. Reveron was amazing with my 8-year-old son . He spent over an hour with us getting to the bottom of my sons asthma. He setup a treatment plan accordingly. We did not have to wait at all. He addressed all of my concerns. We are now on the path to recovery using foods and vitamins attaching the root cause while minimizing the allergens.

Carrie

Don’t wait any longer to feel better.