Medical cannabis products should only be considered when all first line, conventional options have been tried. So, if you have a medical condition of more than 3 months duration and conventional medications have not proved effective for you or the side effects have outweighed the benefits or you wish to stop using ‘community acquired’ cannabis. Then it may be worth having a detailed discussion of the potential benefits and downside of medicinal cannabis with one of our doctors.
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Fascia or connective tissue is the human equivalent of the internet, it connects everything and there is no central control. Fascia is a part of the extracellular matrix and as such is involved in every body function and in every body system in some way. Some gut issues, cardio-thoracic problems or hormonal issues can cause pain/unpleasant sensations to be felt either in the trunk/abdomen or even along the limbs via fascial chains. So yes, your pain can be coming from your gut! And other internal organs.
Everything in the body is connected. Fascia or connective tissue is part of the extracellular matrix and so connects and contacts every cell in the body, so it can be the link between injuries/dysfunctions in the head and the arms, or between the head and the foot.
We are pleased to introduce you to Simone Jeffries who is joining our team at the Wholistic Medical Centre in March 2020.
Ingredients 1 Fennel bulb 1 Head of broccoli 1 Zucchini 1 Bunch of English Spinach 1 Bunch of Parsley – keep a little parsley to garnish. 4 Cloves of garlic 1 Tbspn olive oil 1 Tin of Chickpeas 440g 2-3 cups of stock (Vege or chicken – you choose) Salt & pepper to taste Optional […]
On a trip to Canberra I hired an ebike to ”pootle” around (a term I had not come across before but my friend assured me was the correct description for ambling around on a bicycle with no express purpose or intention). It was love at first sight – the Kalkhoff was a step-through with a […]
Warm welcome to Dr Amy Gajjar
We are delighted to announce that Red Tent is now providing their services from within the Wholistic Medical Centre. Red Tent have long been known for providing Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and massage for women and their families, and have now joined forces with Wholistic Medical Centre. We would like to introduce you to […]
Is your work week so busy you are finding it had to make an appointment to attend to your back pain or headache? Wholistic Medical Centre offers osteopathy on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm. Osteopath available: Vincent King, Dip H.Sc (Massage) B. App. Sc. M.Ost
- Chinese Herbal Medicine
- Counselling and Psychotherapy
- General Medical Practice
- Integrative Medicine
- Japanese Acupuncture
- Medical Cannabis
- Naturopathy for Acute Care
- Nutritional Medicine
- Paediatric Acupuncture
- Remedial massage, Pregnancy massage
- Western Herbal Medicine
- Nick Bassal – Wholistic GP, Mindfulness Psychotherapy
- Deborah Cooper – Naturopath, Nutritionist, Herbalist
- Tanya Newton – Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Suzi Wigge – Sydney Integrative GP, Anti-ageing and Nutritional Medicine, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture
- Vincent King – Sydney Osteopathy
- Marie Paek – Sydney Integrative GP, Psychotherapy
- Steven Judge – Clinical Naturopathy
- Rebecca Mar Young – Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Japanese Acupuncture, Paediatric Acupuncture
- Kyla Mayer – Pregnancy & Remedial Massage, Lactation Consultant, Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Ameeta (Amy) Gajjar – Integrative GP, Coaching, Yoga and Ayurveda
- Simone Jeffries – Sydney Naturopath
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