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What is Naturopathy?

Naturopathy is a powerful form of medicine that fully acknowledges and actively supports the body’s innate healing abilities.  Naturopaths are committed to treating each person as a unique individual, providing essential education and empowerment to take full responsibility for their health.  

The primary focus is on utilising evidence-based and traditional natural substances, including food, herbs, and nutritional supplements, to vigorously promote balance and wellness and proactively prevent chronic diseases.


Naturopathy is a holistic approach that not only prevents health issues and detects a person’s predisposition to developing a health disorder but also promotes overall well-being. It is highly effective in treating both acute and chronic health problems.

  • Naturopathy aims to:

  • Minimise symptoms.

  • Support the body’s vital force (its capacity to self-heal).

  • Re-balance the system to reduce the likelihood of future illness.

  • Educate the patient to take charge of their health and their familes.

  • Allergies and sensitivities

  • Auto-immune conditions

  • Behavioural problems

  • Cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel) problems

  • High blood pressure

  • Fatigue and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  • Digestive complaints

  • Endocrine disturbance

  • Fertility problems​

  • Hormonal imbalances, such as premenstrual tension and menopause

  • Mood disorders, anxiety & depression

  • Thyroid dysfunction

What can Naturopathy Help With?
What to expect

A well-trained naturopath will want to know about your diet, lifestyle, family background and environment, as well as the history of your illness or complaint. This information is important so that the naturopath can discover the cause of the illness. You are treated as a whole person.

During a consultation, your practitioner will thoroughly assess your health status based on a discussion and relevant assessments.

During naturopathic treatment, you may be prescribed herbal and nutritional medicine and given individualised dietary and lifestyle advice.

As well as taking a detailed health history, the naturopath may use other diagnostic techniques, such as:

  • Blood Analysis

  • Functional Testing

  • Hair Analysis

  • Iridology

  • Kinesiology

  • Stool & Urine Analysis


A naturopath employs a range of non-invasive techniques and these include
(but are not limited to):

Nutrition & Dietary Advice – one of naturopathy’s foundations. A poor diet stops the body from functioning well, and a build-up of toxins can lead to a range of illnesses. Whole, fresh and unprocessed foods are recommended.


Herbal Medicine – herbs are as potent as pharmaceutical drugs and can be used to great effect.

Flower Essences - the vibrational energy of flowers, which can improve negative thoughts and emotions.

Homœopathy –  homœopathic treatments are used to stimulate the immune system.

Physical Therapies include massage, Bowen, reiki, acupressure, bio-puncture or mechanotherapy.

Kinesiology and integrated bio-dynamics (IBD).

Counselling techniques – emotional problems and stress can interfere with the healing process. Counselling techniques can include stress management strategies and life coaching.

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