OSTEOPATHY

Osteopathy gives special attention to the prevention and treatment of the biomechanics of the musculo-skeletal system. Osteopathy uses physical manipulation techniques namely massage, stretching of the muscles and alignment of the bones and joints.

NATUROPATHY

Naturopathy aims to identify the cause of the health problem at hand and then devise a programme to address both the cause and the symptoms. Naturopathy uses lifestyle and supportive treatments and can be used as an alternative or in conjuction with conventional medicine.

ACUPUNCTURE

Acupuncture involves inserting very fine acupuncture needles into specific points on the body to restore and regulate the energy pathways enabling the body to heal.

IRIDOLOGY

Iridology is the study of the iris of the eye to gain further insight into a person’s state of health providing us with a means to pinpoint the cause of the health issue.

FSM (FREQUENCY SPECIFIC MICROCURRENT)

FSM is a non-invasive, drug-free method of pain management.

NUTRITION

Nutrition is the process by which the nutrients from food are absorbed and utilised by the body. To acheive better health and wellbeing and to avoid serious illness we must make sure that the food we eat is fresh with a balance between the main food groups.

MASSAGE THERAPY

Massage is one of most widely used of all natural therapies focusing on muscles and soft tissue to facilitate the circulation of nutrients to the cells and the removal of metabolic waste.

YOGA

Yoga is the combination of physical exercises, breathing excercises and relaxation to achieve improved circulation, muscle tone, strength, joint flexibility and general wellbeing.

OTHER SERVICES

Our services include craniosacral therapy, heat moulded orthotics, Shake It (professional weight management programme), testing for food intolerances and intestinal dysbiosis. Read more for other services.

NUTRITION

Nutrional

Nutrition is the process by which nutrients from food are absorbed and utilised by the body which is necessary for health and survival.

Never before have we had as much food available to us as we do today. The advancement of technology has allowed the food industry to produce, preserve and distribute food in large quantities making it more affordable and available. However, this processing of food means that the nutritious value of our food has also changed. Vitamins, minerals and other nutrients are lost.

The best example of malnutrition is obesity. More than half of Australians are overweight. It has been proved that by changing from a highly processed food diet to a balanced diet rich in fresh foods and nutrients that excess weight is lost and better health and wellbeing is gained.

The need for supplementing with vitamins and minerals is becoming more necessary to bridge the gap between the nutrients lost in processing and modern lifestyle. Most of us are required to sit all day in artificial lighting, air conditioning, sitting in front of computer screens and talking on mobile phones. Unfortunaltey many nutrients are utilised in order to cope with this artificial environment which we cannot get from our highly processed diet.

To acheive better health and wellbeing and to avoid serious illness we must make sure that the food we eat is fresh with a balance between the main food groups.

At Bexley we look closely at your diet to personalise your nutritional requirements. We spend the time to find out what foods and supplements are best for you.