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What Happens In A Visit?
Naturopathic Medicine is an on-going conversation.
The first one-hour meeting is an information-gathering session. We will review the concerns that brought you in in detail, as well as your health history from birth. We will review any labs, lists of supplements or diets you have tried or other health information you would like to review together.
Once the health history is completed, any relevant exam or tests will be done or discussed. We may discuss collecting samples for hormone testing, food allergy testing or other nutritional assessments.
If you are coming for NAET, initial testing will be done in the first visit.
Finally, we make a plan. This may (and often does) include diet changes, tracking or adjustments. If there is herbal medicine to prepare, that will happen in office, or supplements may be recommended. These are generally refillable via a web-based platform through which you are guaranteed physician-level quality supplements and the convenience of delivery to your door. Custom formulas will need to made in office, but can be mailed. Your plan summary will be emailed to you as well.
In follow-up visits, we discuss progress, setbacks and new concerns that have come up. We will adjust your health and plan as needed.
Dr. Layton sees patients of all ages in Winchester, Massachusetts and remotely via video or phone appointments. In addition to her general practice, she assists people navigating the Bredesen Protocol, an evidence based program for reversing the early signs of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
First visits are one hour long and follow-up visits are 45 minutes. Feel free to bring recent labwork and any supplements you would like her to review. Visits, supplements and tests are payable by Flexible Spending debit card, Health Savings Account, cash, check or credit/debit card.
Answer questions about nutrition, breastfeeding challenges, sleep issues, vaccination support*, and managing common childhood illnesses with natural therapies. *Naturopathic Doctors in Massachusetts cannot sign vaccine waiver forms. Dr. Layton works with families to create a vaccine plan to present to their pediatrician that safely protects the child and their community.
Support for healthy aging including avoiding and treating dementia and early Alzheimer’s disease, osteopenia and osteoporosis, circulation issues and improving sleep quality.
Dr. Layton guides patients through the Bredesen protocol.
Food and environmental allergens.
Manage naturally, reduce medication side effects.
Order supplements from Fullscript (formerly HealthWave), and everything is conveniently delivered to your door. Superb quality, safe, and easy!
including IBS, GERD, SIBO, ulcers, H. Pylori, diarrhea, constipation, Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis
gynecological issues, PCOS, fertility and IVF support, HPV, PMS, menopause support
Eczema, acne, allergic dermatitis, psoriasis, etc.
Auto-immune conditions, fatigue with no clear origin, neurological conditions, such as MS and Parkinson’s, metabolic issues (diabetes, high cholesterol, weight loss), etc.
Where To Start
Specific Health Concern
If you know Naturopathic Medicine will be a great fit, make an appointment today. People also use these appointments to establish care while they are feeling well, in which case the focus is your health history, including family risk factors, and learning more about how to op
If you do not feel well, and know stress is part of the problem, begin by joining our SMART Program.
If you are just not sure if Naturopathic Medicine can help, if Dr. Layton is the right fit, or what to expect, make an appointment for a free 15 minute consultation to learn more.
We take a variety of payment types
Flexible Spending Card
Health Savings Account
Credit / Debit Card
Unfortunately, Naturopathic Doctors in Massachusetts are not yet able to bill insurance, although some insurance companies are willing to reimburse you for our services.
Naturopathic Doctors attained licensure in 2017 (Hooray!). The law is still being written, and it will not include requirements for insurance companies to cover Naturopathic care.