Craig Wainwright

As a naturopath and pharmacist, I am in a unique position to offer comprehensive health solutions. Since beginning my pharmacy practice in 1989, I have become increasingly aware that whilst modern medicine is good at alleviating symptoms, it neglects to find and treat the many causes of ill health. Not only can Naturopathy reduce these symptoms, it can also find and repair the causes of ill health. Treatments can be combined safely with many pharmaceutical treatments, often reducing the need for medication. I am particularly interested in complex health conditions, as I believe that there is an enormous scope for Naturopathic medicine to provide powerful antidotes in hard-to-treat diseases.

I am also passionate about the marked benefits of a whole foods diet and incorporating food as medicine into everyday eating (no fad diets here!) and helping people realise this can even be delicious. Combined with lifestyle changes, Naturopathy has a powerful ability to prevent, as well as treat ill-health and I find it exciting to make genuine improvements in people’s health and well-being

 

Ramona Shee

I completed my Naturopathy studies in 2002 and obtained a Master of Health Science in 2009. I specialise in herbal medicine, and believe it is important to combine traditional wisdom with up-to-date medical knowledge. Herbs are often an effective and safe component of a treatment programme. I am also passionate about the marked benefits of a whole foods diet and incorporating food as medicine into everyday eating (no fad diets here!) and helping people realise this can even be delicious. Combined with lifestyle changes, Naturopathy has a powerful ability to prevent, as well as treat ill-health and I find it exciting to make genuine improvements in people’s health and well-being. Since 1999 I have practised relaxation and remedial massage, including deep tissue and trigger point therapy. Massage may be used to treat existing injuries, as a preventative measure, to ease anxiety or simply as an indulgence.