Naturopathy is a natural healthcare profession which includes different methods of treatment such as nutritional and herbal medicine. It’s an approach to healthcare which focuses on natural remedies. Naturopathy has been a health modality since the ancient Greek times.
Modern day naturopathy integrates traditional knowledge with evidence-based medicine. Naturopathy is now a popular natural healthcare modality in Melbourne.
Naturopathy is a broad modality that encompasses an assessment of physical symptoms, mental and emotional experiences, diet, exercise, social health and more. The aim of naturopathic treatment is to educate the patient on restoring and maintaining optimum health.
Naturopaths work alongside other health professionals such as Psychologists, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, GPs, Personal Trainers, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and other allied health professionals as part of an integrative approach to health to best meet the needs of each patient.
Naturopathy is patient-centered, meaning that the consultation will be shaped around you and your needs. Your naturopath will ask a range of questions and perform diagnostic tests to obtain the best understanding of what is going on for you. These questions will try to assess the cause of any imbalance in your body, or any barriers to health. Your naturopath will spend an entire hour with you to achieve this, allowing a greater amount of detail to be uncovered.
Your Naturopath will then design a personalized treatment plan that will be most suited to you, your needs and your lifestyle. Naturopathic treatment may include nutritional support, herbal medicine, dietary and lifestyle advice, stress management and more.
If you are wanting a natural, vitalistic approach to healthcare please give the practice a call to arrange your consultation time today and we can determine if we can discuss our approach may be suited to you. Located at 365 Burwood road Hawthorn, close to tram stops and the very popular Glenferrie train station.
Agata completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) degree at Endeavour College of Natural Health. Agata also completed Certificate IV in Massage Therapy at Southern School of Natural Therapies. Agata has completed postgraduate studies in Medicines Management through The University of Tasmania. She has previously volunteered with Nutrition Australia. Agata’s work has been published in “Go”, Kadac and FX Medicine Magazine. In 2011 Agata received an ANTA
National Bursary Award for an article she wrote about bowel and fatty liver disease.
Agata is a passionate naturopath who strives to create a nurturing environment for the client. She keeps up to date with the latest evidenced based research. Agata uses modalities such as nutrition, herbal medicine, diet and lifestyle advice, mindfulness, mindset, iridology, bush flower essences and massage. Agata has a special interest in adrenal fatigue, emotional health and gut health. She also enjoys cooking and is passionate about healthy eating and practicing food as medicine.
Agata believes in the importance of physical examination and utilizes basic naturopathic testing to check for any potential vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Agata has interest in adrenal fatigue, anxiety, stress and sleep. She works alongside counselors and psychologists to get the best outcomes for the individual and has developed her own 5-step mindfulness program that is yielding great results.
Your Wellbeing Naturopaths are available 6 days a week, Monday to Saturday with early morning and late evening appointments available. You can always send us an online booking or call us:
Book via our website or give our team a call on 03 9882 7135 and we will book an appointment with you over the phone.
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