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Book a Consult

book a consult with a specialist to diagnose and eliminate the root cause of your personal odor

after booking an online consult you can begin your consultation form straight away

your specialist will give you a detailed assessment, diagnosis and treatment plan along with ongoing support if required

prices

for new clients

IN PERSON CONSULT + SUPPORT

two face-to-face consults over 3 days

30 days support

GBP £282

EUR €311

USD $368

AUD $516

NZD $550

for new clients

BEST CHOICE

ONLINE CONSULT + SUPPORT

self paced online correspondence

30 days support

GBP £100

EUR €110

USD $130

AUD $183

NZD $195

for new clients

GOOD VALUE

ONLINE CONSULT

self paced online correspondence

consult only

GBP £49

EUR €54

USD $64

AUD $89

NZD $95

for existing clients

IN PERSON CONSULT + SUPPORT

two face-to-face consults over 2 days

30 days support

GBP £180

EUR €198

USD $234

AUD $328

NZD $350

for existing clients

ONLINE CONSULT + SUPPORT

self paced online correspondence

30 days support

GBP £49

EUR €54

USD $64

AUD $89

NZD $95

for existing clients

ONLINE CONSULT

self paced online correspondence

consult only

GBP£ 28

EUR €31

USD $37

AUD $52

NZD $55

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overview of the consult process

online consults [recommended]

first online consult PROCESS

for first time clients

includes a comprehensive secure online self paced first consult, diagnosis and treatment plan, with 60 days ongoing support and fast response time from the practitioner

consults are completed with secure online forms, secure email and encrypted whatsapp messaging if required

  1. complete the booking form & payment
  2. you will receive a link to a secure online comprehensive consultation form
  3. the consultation form can be completed over several days at your own pace
  4. submit the form once it is completed
  5. a practitioner will make contact within 24 hours to confirm receipt of the form
  6. the practitioner will then present an initial review and any further questions within 72 hours
  7. once questions have been addressed, diagnosis and treatment plans are presented within 96 hours
  8. you can contact your practitioner at any time as often as required for up to 60 days from submitting the consultation form
  9. your practitioner will respond to any contact within 24 hours
  10. the diagnosis and treatment plan will be adjusted for you based on your product availability, feedback and results if required

first online consult PRACTITIONER ACTIVITIES

  1. review your completed online consultation form
  2. review your history & current status
  3. review your presenting problem
  4. resolve to a diagnosis
  5. consider all complications, limiting factors and contraindications
  6. prepare a treatment plan
  7. ongoing support with fast response time and re-evaluation if required

first online consult client activities

  1. complete a comprehensive online consultation form over 3-7 days at your own pace
    • presenting problem
    • current health
    • health history
    • lifestyle
    • food, activity and symptom log
  2. feedback to the practitioner any queries or issues with diagnosis and treatment plan
  3. complete treatment plan with practitioner support
  4. review and adjust if required with practitioner support based on response to treatment

follow up online consult process

for previous clients

note – you need your registration ID from the first consultation to book a follow up consult

if you can’t find this please get in touch and your ID can be supplied to your registered email address

includes a secure online self paced follow up consult to present problem, update on changes since the last consult, diagnosis and treatment plan, with 30 days ongoing support and fast response time from the practitioner

consults are completed with secure online forms, secure email and encrypted whatsapp messaging if required

the follow up consult process is similar to the first consult process

onthenose already has in-depth analysis from the first consult

a follow up consult focuses on changes and the presenting problem

  1. complete the booking form & payment
  2. you will receive a link to a secure online follow up consultation form
  3. the consultation form can be completed at your own pace
  4. submit the form once it is completed
  5. a practitioner will make contact within 24 hours to confirm receipt of the form
  6. the practitioner will then present an initial review and any further questions within 72 hours
  7. once questions have been addressed, diagnosis and treatment plans are presented within 96 hours
  8. you can contact your practitioner at any time as often as required for up to 30 days from submitting the consultation form
  9. your practitioner will respond to any contact within 24 hours
  10. the diagnosis and treatment plan will be adjusted for you based on your product availability, feedback and results if required

follow up online consult practitioner activities

  1. re-familiarize with your first consult
  2. review changes
  3. review your presenting problem
  4. resolve to a diagnosis
  5. consider your last treatment plan response
  6. consider changes for complications and contraindications
  7. provide a treatment plan
  8. ongoing support with fast response time and re-evaluation if required

follow up online consult client activities

  1. update the online consultation form with your presenting problem and any changes since the last consult and a food, activity and symptom log
  2. feedback to the practitioner any queries or issues with the diagnosis and treatment plan
  3. complete treatment plan with practitioner support
  4. review and adjust if required with practitioner support based on response to treatment

in person consults

the in person consult process depends on the location and presenting problem of the client

first in person consult

for first time clients

a typical in person first consult includes a two day face to face consultation over three days at the clients preferred location

the price includes initial supply of treatment products and 60 days support

  • DAY 1: 2-3 hour consultation – thorough client history and initial diagnosis
  • DAY 2: practitioner completes a thorough review of your case history & status, prepares a diagnosis and treatment plan
  • DAY 3: 2 hour consultation – diagnosis, treatment plan, treatment products, demonstrate or test product efficacy if required
  • 30 days support by the client preferred communication method

get in touch for in person consult details for your location and presenting problem

follow up in person consult

for previous clients

a typical in person follow up consult includes a two day face to face consultation over two days at the clients preferred location

the price includes initial supply of treatment products and 30 days support

  • DAY 1: 2 hour consultation – review changes since last consult and initial diagnosis. practitioner completes a thorough review of your presenting problem and status changes, prepares a diagnosis and treatment plan
  • DAY 2: 2 hour consultation – diagnosis, treatment plan, treatment products, demonstrate or test product efficacy if required
  • 30 days support by the client preferred communication method

get in touch for in person consult details for your location and presenting problem

comparing online and in person consults

online consult advantages and disadvantages

online consult process

onthenose online consults are far more comprehensive with less time wasted traveling and waiting

  1. client completes a secure online comprehensive questionnaire at their own pace in their own environment and submits when complete
  2. after submission a practitioner responds to the client within 24 hours to confirm receipt of the questionnaire
  3. the practitioner presents the client with an initial review within 72 hours along with any further questions
  4. diagnosis and treatment recommendations are presented to the client within 96 hours of the practitioner receiving all required information
  5. the client may message the practitioner any time and as often as required for up to 30 days and will receive a response within 24 hours
  6. the treatment plan can be adjusted for the client if they find anything unsatisfactory or difficult with any given recommendations

Advantages of online consult

  • no location restrictions
  • no time restrictions
  • no travel costs
  • more detailed information gathered leads to a higher likelihood of an accurate diagnosis & treatment
  • the information is always available in writing and can be referred back to at any time
  • ongoing support and response within 24 hours
  • price

Disadvantages of online consult

  • can feel less personal
  • some clients can find writing more difficult or arduous than speaking to a person
  • client to locate and buy treatment products locally

in person consult advantages and disadvantages

Typical in person consult process

  1. client and practitioner arrange suitable times and locations to meet for 2 appointments
  2. client and practitioner travel to location and meet for first and second appointments
  3. diagnosis, treatment plan and products are presented and tested if required
  4. ongoing support and response provided by client preferred communication method

Advantages of in person consult

  • can feel more personal
  • practitioner might be able to smell the odor
  • some clients can find writing difficult
  • client doesn’t need to locate or buy treatment products

Disadvantages of in person consult

  • location – client and practitioner must meet somewhere suitable
  • traveling costs – for both client and practitioner
  • time restrictions – restricted to hours that suit both client and practitioner
  • embarrassment – can be difficult to talk freely
  • practitioner might not be able to smell the odor
  • short consultation time – pressure to present all information & diagnose quickly
  • intimidation – studies indicate clients often defer to practitioners rather than push their case for effective treatment in face to face settings
  • misinformation – other studies show when confronted with a question in a time-restricted setting the client often responds with what they think the practitioner wants to hear, rather than taking the time to think & respond honestly and accurately
  • price

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