What is Clinical Naturopathy?
Clinical Naturopathy is a system of medicine which uses consultation, blood testing and treatment with prescription herbal medicines to combat disease or an unwell feeling stemming from any part of the body. It uses scientifically validated treatment and can only be performed by University qualified, accredited practitioners.
A Naturopath sees treats your body as a “whole”. Someone with a sleeping issue may also have hormonal imbalances and fatigue. It’s all connected. Rather than treat each symptom individually, a Clinical Naturopath aims to treat the most concerning areas and naturally the other symptoms clear up.
Our goal and our promise to you:
We endeavour to identify the issue within your first consult and treat it immediately with as little medicine as possible and lots of nutritional advice, so that your problems are solved in as few consultations as possible and a maintenance plan put in place so that you LEARN how the problem arose and KNOW how to take care of yourself in the future.
What qualifications will my Clinical Naturopath hold?
Your Clinical Naturopath at Whitsunday Health Clinic will hold both Medical and Naturopathic tertiary qualifications. Registration with the Australian Traditional Medicine Society, TGA Exemption Certificate, qualifications in Nutrition, Western Herbal Medicine and Homeopathy are a must and referrals from local doctors for fertility health, weight loss and fatigue are common. Private Health Care rebates are applicable on site with our HICAPS registration.