What is the Discovery Call?

Our first step for all new clients is to schedule a discovery call.

This phone call allows us to gather information about you, including your health problems and the direction you would like to see your health moving towards.  We perform a mini nutritional assessment and give you our thoughts on root causes underlying your problems.  We will then point you towards the best place to get started within our practice.  If we don’t think we are a good fit for your needs, we will happily provide a referral to someone else who may be able to help you.

There is no obligation to become a client after having this phone call.  We simply offer this call because we have very limited time to answer our phone and have discussions during our already booked business hours.

If you already know you would like to work with us and feel certain about starting one of our programs, you can reach out to Donna at Info@AudreyFleck.com or call us and leave a message at 215-257-5301.


Our Practitioners

We encourage you to schedule your discovery call with the practitioner who has availability for appointments that will work for your schedule.


Audrey Fleck nutritionist

Audrey Fleck


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**Effective 10/28/19: Audrey will be on maternity leave from mid-December 2019 to April 2020.  She is temporarily not accepting new program clients.  She is still happy to speak with you to discuss how Alexis Desrosiers can help you meet your goals and what services we recommend to start with.  If you would like to be added to Audrey’s wait list, please e-mail Info@AudreyFleck.com. We will contact you when she begins scheduling again in the spring. Thank you. **

Appointment hours:
Tuesday: 1pm-5:30pm
Wednesday: 1pm-5:30pm
Thursday: 1pm-5:30pm
Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings are available monthly

Supporting Phase 1, Phase 2, and Phase 3 programs

Alexis Desrosiers nutritionist

Alexis Desrosiers


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Appointment hours:
Monday through Thursdays: 5:30-9:00pm
Fridays: 6:00pm-7:30pm

Supporting Phase 1 and Phase 2 programs