Alexandra Rojas

Pricing

Functional Health

Initial consultation

£250

1hr session to gather health concerns and comprehensive health history.

Protocol #1 – nutrition, lifestyle, supplements and referrals if needed.

Maximum 3 functional tests to review

Follow up

£150

30 min session to assess progress and identify new symptoms.

Protocol #2 – nutrition, lifestyle, supplements and referrals if needed.

Package 1: Rebalance

3 months engagement

£500

Initial Consultation

Follow up 1

6 weeks after IC

Follow up 2

6 weeks after FUP #1

Package 2: Thrive

6 months engagement

£750

Initial Consultation

Follow up 1

6 weeks after IC

Follow up 2

6 weeks after FUP #1

Follow up 3

6 weeks after FUP #2

Follow up 4

6 weeks after FUP #3

Protocol delivered via Zoom

£60

30 min session to deliver protocol and take any questions/clarifications

Face to face add on – Harley Street or Chiswick

Per session £50

Face to face add on – Harley Street or Chiswick

Per Functional test (when over 3 tests)

£40

 

Initial consultation

1hr session to gather health concerns and comprehensive health history.

Protocol #1 – nutrition, lifestyle, supplements and referrals if needed.

Maximum 3 functional tests to review

£250

Follow up

30 min session to assess progress and identify new symptoms.

Protocol #2 – nutrition, lifestyle, supplements and referrals if needed.

£150

Package 1: Rebalance

3 months engagement

£500

Initial consultation
Follow up 1

6 weeks after IC

Follow up 2

6 weeks after FUP #1

Package 2: Thrive

6 months engagement

£750

Initial consultation
Follow up 1

6 weeks after IC

Follow up 2

6 weeks after FUP #1

Follow up 3

6 weeks after FUP #2

Follow up 4

6 weeks after FUP #3

Extras/optionals:

Protocol delivered via Zoom

30 min session to deliver protocol and take any questions/clarifications

£60

Face to face add on – Harley Street or Chiswick

Per session

£50

Face to face add on – Harley Street or Chiswick

Per Functional test (when over 3 tests)

£40

No body and nobody can heal unless they are seen as a whole, this is where systems medicine makes a difference