Naturopathy Treatment in Perth, W.A. at Cambridge Health Centre
What is Naturopathy?
Marion Volk (Clinical Director Cambridge Health Centre) explains naturopathy;
Good health and wellness is what naturopathic treatment is all about. The main emphasis of naturopathic practice is the belief that the body has an inbuilt ability to strive for health. The role of a naturopath is to work with a person to promote the natural healing of the body. Naturopathy is based on the understanding that health is more than just the absence of disease and works on strengthening the body’s natural defenses.
Naturopathy encompasses a variety of treatment methods including:
- Herbal Medicine to help prevent and treat various illnesses
- Dietary and Nutritional advice for restoration of balance, detoxification and prevention of disease
- Lifestyle advice to promote well-being and to reduce stress
- Homoeopathy as a gentle and safe system of medicine
How do Naturopaths Work?
A naturopath will aim to design a treatment path that meets your lifestyle and your body’s needs. They may at first advice you on how to remove the underlying causes of the stress that is causing problems in the body. This could involve recommending dietary changes, and encouraging ways of achieving a deeper level of relaxation.
Cambridge Health Centre has been established as a naturopathic centre in Perth, W.A. for over a decade, and our experienced practitioners have been able to help clients with a wide range of conditions to improve the underlying condition and/or eliminate their symptoms. If you suffer from any of the following conditions then a naturopathy treatment may be able to assist:
- All kinds of allergies, including food allergies
- Anxiety and Depression
- Arthritic or Rheumatic or conditions
- Blood pressure problems (high and low)
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Chronic constipation
- Chronic recurring infections
- Colicky babies
- Conception and fertility problems
- Degenerative diseases
- Digestive problems such as irritable bowel syndrome and ulcers
- Dieting and weight maintenance
- Food cravings
- Hormonal imbalances of males and females
- Migraine and headaches
- Musculoskeletal problems like joint pains
- Premature ageing
- Skin conditions, such as eczema or psoriasis