There is a broad variety of reasons why people come for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatment; one of the more frequent, treatable ailments is headache. Headaches can occur with exasperating frequency, and this debilitating condition can negatively impact every single aspect of day-to-day life. Headaches can be classified as primary headaches if they are identified as the main issue, but for many people, headaches are experienced as a result of other conditions.Read More
A wonderful, helpful piece from our kinesiologist, Naareda.
Just as we have an automatic hygiene regime every day, which serves to keep our physical body clean and clear (for example, showering, brushing our teeth, and combing our hair), it’s equally important to have a spiritual practise that serves our emotional, mental, and spiritual self. This is even more important in times of stress.Read More
So, your blood test came back normal, but you don’t feel ‘well’…? This is a common occurrence that we see regularly.
Functional testing is a great tool that can help us to delve a little deeper into your health concerns to measure how your body’s biological and biochemical processes are working as a whole, and to help to uncover any metabolic, hormonal, or nutritional imbalances that may be impacting your wellbeing. These tests are a great way of identifying the root cause of your symptoms and can assist greatly with developing a more effective and individualised treatment plan for your specific health concerns. Detailed below are a few of my favourite examples of functional testing. If you are interested to find out more about testing that’s available – as well as how I can support you by interpreting previous pathology reports – I’d be very happy to explain more!Read More
Lately, women are becoming more and more confident around the idea of ‘fabulous at 40’. But is that really how you feel…? Or, d you feel like you are on a rollercoaster ride of emotional and physical symptoms, ups and downs? Are your tests all ‘normal’ and you’re told there are no pathological reasons for the way you feel? How many times have you been told you feel the way you do because ‘you’re a busy mum’ or because it’s ‘normal’?Read More