back pain and posture
sports injuries
cranial osteopathy
frozen shoulder

Back Pain & Posture

Work & Driving

Sports Injuries

Mothers & Babies

As you get older

Frozen Shoulder Treatment

  About Naturopathic & Evolutionary Medicine: An Integrated Approach

Other common terms are Paleo lifestyles, Paleo Diet Plan, Primal living, Ancestral Medicine, but they all refer to following a lifestyle more commensurate with how humans evolved.  

More about Julia Williams, Clinical Director at Integrated Natural Health.

Dysfunction in one area invariably leads to disruption elsewhere.

Health is more than the absence of disease. It is dependent upon the individual and is a reflection of a harmonious interaction with our environment.  

People are genetically, biochemically, structurally and emotionally different from one another.

From the moment of conception, through birth, childhood, illness and injury, each person responds in a unique way to influences whether they are mental/emotional, structural, nutritional, social or cultural.

Naturopathic medicine aims to establish health on a cellular level by improving circulation and innervation, nutrition, detoxification and elimination.

Evolutionary Living guidelines are based on the centuries we spent living as hunter-gathers.  Then, as now in existing natural primal lifestyles in Africa, South America and the Arctic, we were strong, lean, fit, agile and fertile.

The Fit-to-Live model aims to optimise Posture, Nutrition and Mental Wellbeing to optimise your Ability to Perform.

Whether at work in an office environment, in your hobbies, as a parent or as an athlete, being Fit-to-Live means having the energy, strength and enjoyment to live your life to the full.

Traditionally, naturopathic medicine follows a Triad of Health model.

The Triad of Health describes the connection and interaction between the structural, biochemical and mental/emotional components of all living beings.

Naturopathy uses the principles of Functional Medicine to identify weaknesses in this Triad