'Naturopathy a realistic approach to health'


Kirsten has a health background as a registered nurse and has also worked in environmental conservation which, included educating the community about sustainable living practices and the native environment. Kirsten is both motivated and passionate about being a skilled practitioner whilst educating her clients in living sustainably; improving their health through their environment as well as their lifestyle choices. She feels that together with her health and environmental experience and qualifications, she has come full circle when combining them as a practicing naturopath.

Kirsten has an interest in chronic fatigue, as after experiencing it herself understands the debilitating effects it can have on your life both professionally and personally, as well as your sense of identity.

“I understand how it feels to be a stranger in your own body and not be able to trust what it is going to do next. It wasn’t until I met with a naturopath for pain relief did I understand the full complexities of the syndrome and with diet and lifestyle changes supported by herbal/nutritional supplements, and remedial massage, I was able to re-enter life”.

Kirsten also works with fibromyalgia, thyroid disorders, autoimmune conditions as well as many other chronic conditions such as:  stress and anxiety; blood sugar irregularities; respiratory health; men and women's health; gastrointestinal disorders; and musculoskeletal disorders- tailoring a specific treatment plan to meet your needs and capabilities.
 

Qualifications:
Bachelor of Health Science with Distinction (Naturopathy)
Diploma in Remedial Massage
Bachelor of Nursing
Post Graduate Diploma in Critical Care Nursing (Trauma & Emergency)
Masters of Science in Ecotoxicology
Conservation and Land Management Certificate II (Bush Regeneration)


Registered member of:
Australian Traditional Medicine Society