Are you suffering from chronic inflammation, musculoskeletal disorders, arthritis, MS or chronic pain? The naturopathic approach to treating chronic conditions provides a natural and effective option focussing on all aspects of your well-being, including diet, lifestyle, stress management as well as advice to further improve your condition.
The main goal of naturopathic medicine is to build, restore or maintain health. Naturopathic doctors are here to help you embrace the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, not only to prevent the development of chronic diseases but also to provide a holistic approach to achieve optimal healing. Pinpointing the root causes of pain or body unease is key to an effective treatment.
Inflammation is part of the body’s defence mechanism. It is the process by which the immune system recognises and removes harmful and foreign stimuli and begins thec healing process. Inflammation can be acute or chronic and keeping a delicate balance of inflammation response is critical for the body’s health. Many diseases have been demonstrated to associate with chronic inflammation.
A personalised naturopathic treatment plan will help you to reduce your level of inflammation and improve your overall health. Lifestyle changes such as maintaining an healthy weight, stopping smoking, limiting alcohol, opting for an anti-inflammatory diet, and learning to manage your stress levels all help towards managing your condition better and maximising relief. Learn how herbs can help reduce the inflammatory burden of oxidative stress in your body, which contributes to chronic pain conditions. We are here to accompany you on this journey.
Chronic diseases (and their conventional treatments) tend to create secondary issues and combining conventional medicine with complementary or alternative medicine has shown to be not only safe but also very effective in alleviating chronic illness and its many symptoms.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to know more about how naturopathy can help you in your journey towards healing.