I see a lot of people who have health concerns that they believe they just have to “put up with” and many people who have a list of things they have tried that don’t work. My goal is to help people with strategic, actionable advice utilising knowledge from traditional recommendations to the latest scientific findings. My focus is on what works, what doesn’t and how can I help you feel good on a daily basis. I comfortably work alongside your medical doctor or other health practitioners to ensure open communication to support you in achieving your health goals. I work with all health conditions. However, my special areas of interest are: Digestive issues, Headaches and migraines, Stress, Sleep challenges for adults and children.
Are you sick of feeling sick?
Unsure of what to eat?
Or have a list a mile long of what hasn’t worked for you?
Then why not book a consultation and find out how awesome you can feel with someone who’s sole purpose is to put together your puzzle and help you get your health on track.
Naturopathy is holistic health care, supporting the body’s ability to heal itself. A naturopaths approach to health and disease focuses on the restoration of health where systems have deteriorated. Supporting the body in functioning optimally and preventing/ managing the deterioration of the human body. The human body is incredible in its ability to heal if it has the right tools for the job. Naturopathy is the practice of providing the body with those tools to help and heal naturally.
A qualified naturopath, completes a four year Bachelor degree, with founding education in chemistry, biochemistry, human anatomy and physiology, microbiology, pharmacology and pathology. Studies are then broadened to include herbal medicine, nutritional medicine and dietary planning. Naturopaths also undertake extensive clinic practical experience. Treatment is patient centred, therefore one size does not fit all. It is tailored to suit the needs of a patient, treatments include herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, dietary advice and lifestyle recommendations.
First, do no harm
The healing power of nature
Identify and treat the cause
Prevention is best
Physician as teacher
Treat the whole person