Naturopathy

Naturopathy maintains that the body can heal itself if given the right circumstances and conditions.

A range of therapeutic approaches may be applied to achieve this including dietary approaches, supplements, herbal medicine, homeopathy, flower essences, body therapies and lifestyle changes to stimulate the body’s own healing powers or ‘vital force’.

Consultations include taking a comprehensive health history, documenting symptoms, creating a timeline and looking for meaningful links between symptoms and their causes, looking at multiple body systems and their interactions with each other ‘treating the whole person’, assessing nutritional status, utilising iridology, tongue and nail assessment, live blood analysis and functional pathology testing where required.

The foundations of naturopathy – such as the importance of diet, chemical free living, clean fresh water, sunlight, exercise and stress management – have now been re-adopted in part by conventional medicine. Having a strong focus on the prevention of health problems and the early detection of a person’s likelihood of developing a health disorder (predisposition), naturopathy is very effective at treating both acute and chronic health issues.

Naturopathy aims to:

  • Minimise acute and chronic symptoms
  • Support the body’s vital force (capacity to self-heal)
  • Re-balance the system so that illness is less likely to occur in the future
  • Educate the patient to help maintain their own health and the health of their family
  • Commonly treated disorders

The range of disorders commonly treated by naturopaths includes:

  • Fatigue & Sleep disturbance
  • Digestive complaints including Irritable Bowel
  • Mood disorders, Depression and Stress Management
  • Allergy and sensitivities
  • Behavioural problems
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome & Fibromyalgia
  • Degenerative illnesses, such as arthritis
  • Cardiovascular problems
  • High blood pressure and High cholesterol
  • Male and Female reproductive issues including fertility problems
  • Endocrine disturbance including thyroid, adrenals and diabetes
  • Hormonal imbalances, such as premenstrual tension and menopause

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Initial Consultation
75min $185
Long Follow up Consultation
45min $135
Short Follow up Consultation
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