Nutrition and Diet
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”– Hippocrates
Optimising what goes into your body while avoiding others can be your remedy. Using nutritional supplementation to fill in the gaps can also make a huge impact on your overall health.
Nature does not only offer us food to nourish ourselves. It has, since the beginning of time, offered us plants for us to heal ourselves.
Asian Medicine and Acupuncture
Asian Medicine is a set of practices in which two opposing yet balancing energies – yin and yang – are the basis of all life processes. Dis-ease arise when energies are not balanced. Acupuncture, one of the most known TCM treatment, seeks to rebalance these complimentary energies and restore health in an individual.
We all have thousands of thoughts per day. Much of mental health is rooted in our thought patterns that make up our mindset. Insuring or establishing a strong and healthy foundational framework for mental wellness can be the first step to stress, anxiety and depression.
Homeopathy uses tiny doses of a substance to encourage the body to shift back to a state of health.
Hydrotherapy and Body Work
Hydrotherapy is the usage of alternating hot and cold water promoting blood circulation, hence healing in the body.
Body work focuses on physical modalities such as massage, cupping and manipulation to relieve body tension and pain.
Naturopathic doctors are trained in routine and specific physical examinations as assessment tools.
Naturopathic doctors can order laboratory testing, including food sensitivity testing.