- What is naturopath
A Naturopath is not just a holistic health coach, but a true Health teacher who will help, guide, educate you and support you in all areas of your health and wellbeing.
- Why I need a Naturopath
Most Patients will seek Naturopath helps once they reach a state feeling that their doctor treatments are not working anymore. Here the Patient will start to seek another natural alternative.
- What Is the Difference Between a Naturopath and A Nutritionist?
Even though the Naturopath and the Nutritionist work similarly in that they view the body as one whole, rather than separate systems. The difference with a Naturopath is that they are able to use a wide range of healing tools to achieve the best outcome for you. Where a nutritionist works with diet, lifestyle and nutritional supplements only
- What benefits you got from the Naturopath Consultation
A Naturopath will help to understand the impact of your diet, lifestyle, relationships, stress and environment on your current state of Health Conditions.
- What Tests the Naturopath can use during consultation
Naturopath can use many different Tests to uncover the underlying issues. These Tests including: zinc, microscopic blood analysis, Ph of the urine and Saliva, Urine Kidney Indicator Test, Minerals, Vitamins and Heavy Metals Analysis Test, Weight Analysis check.
- Why Health and Food is different from other Naturopaths Clinics
We do not just apply the best natural medicines or the latest biochemical testing to address your underline disease, but we can explain how you can bounce back to health again once your conditions improved. At Health and Food we can help you understand the foundation of how gain and keep your Optimal Health.
- Are Naturopathic Consultations Covered by Medicare?
No, naturopathic consultations are not covered by Medicare.
- Do I need a letter from my doctor to book to see a Naturopath
No, you do not need a letter from your doctor. It really is so simple and your options are endless!
- Appointment and Payments Methods
All appointments required $50 deposit before booking. The rest can be paid in the clinic cash or electronic funds transfer after finishing the consultation. However, telehealth consultation needs to be paid in full prior to the consultation.
- What happened if I missed Consultation
Whilst we can understand that things occur at the last minute can change, please ensure you provide at least 48 hours notice and in some special cases 24 hours can be accepted too. So, you need to call us to reschedule your appointment, otherwise you will be charged a full cancellation fee.
Any “no shows” without notification will be subject to the full fee.
- What should I Bring to My Initial Consultation
You can bring all current supplements and prescribed medications that you are currently taking. You can also bring in any copies of recent or old blood tests, medical reports, or treatment plans with previous practitioners.
- Can I use Naturopathic and my Doctor treatments at the same time
The answer in most case is yes; however, it is important that you advise both your naturopath and GP of any supplements and medications you are taking.
- Are the treatments safe?
Yes, Naturopathic treatments are safe when taken as prescribed. Tony is highly trained and experienced on how Naturopathic medicines work within the body and all Naturopathic remedies used are all tested and meet Australian standards.
- What can I expect during my first initial appointments?
At your first naturopathy appointment our practitioner will take a full medical history and have a comprehensive discussion of your current illness or concerns.