Nutritional Therapy and Natural Medicine
This is the process of removing foods you are sensitive or allergic to and replacing them with ones that will nourish and heal your body. This may include detoxification protocols, vitamin and mineral supplements and anti-inflammatory diets. It may also include the use of herbs to restore hormonal balance, reduce stress or insomnia, and eliminate any pathogens.
Physiotherapy and Osteopathy
These two disciplines use gentle manual therapy techniques to relieve muscle tension and improve joint range of movement, correcting muscle imbalances to restore efficient movement patterns and function. Releasing tightness in the Thoracic cage and diaphragm has been shown to increase oxygenation of tissues improving the metabolic processes, decreasing fatigue and improving concentration. The physiotherapist can also offer ergonomic advice to prevent further strains and injuries.
This provides gentle manual work on the body, head and spine – shown to lower anxiety and improve sleep quality.
Regular exercise can reduce fatigue, inflammation and musculoskeletal pain. It also helps improve physical fitness, strength and mood, as well as cardiovascular and metabolic indicators. The program is aimed to avoid a relapse of pain and fatigue.