Naturopathy

Naturopathy from The Wellbeing Clinic at Fitzroy campus

By: The Wellbeing Clinic at Fitzroy campus  24-Nov-2011
Keywords: Nutrition, Natural Therapies, Alternative Medicine

Naturopathy aims to restore health and wellbeing by supporting and stimulating the body’s natural healing mechanisms. Our naturopathic team will work with you to treat ailments, disease and the underlying causes of both, as well as provide preventative health education. What does a Naturopath treat? Common conditions a naturopath can assist with include: weight loss, fertility, allergies, digestive issues, mood disorders, cardiovascular problems, as well as many more. A naturopathy treatment may incorporate: * Western herbal medicine * nutrition * homoeopathy * iridology * lifestyle recommendations Naturopathy plays a vital role in contemporary medicine, sitting alongside traditional western medicine to provide the best health outcomes.

Keywords: Alternative Medicine, Herbal Medicine, Iridology, Natural Therapies, Naturopathy, Nutrition

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