Naturopathy uses a combination of evidence-based herbal and nutritional medicine which work in harmony with your body. A large part of Naturopathy is focused on patient centred treatment whereby it looks to address the cause of the symptoms to provide long-lasting results. Naturopathy can assist in stress management, sleep, mood, concentration, female hormones, immune system, inflammation, digestive issues (chronic and acute), menopause, cardiovascular health and more.
Meet Kirsty – Our Resident Naturopath
Kirsty Richardson is a qualified Naturopath who is passionate about helping people across all stages of life and health. Trained in using evidence-based herbal and nutritional medicine she can offer a unique treatment that is tailored to the individual and their needs. Alongside herbs and nutrients, a large part of the treatment also focuses on diet and lifestyle advice, as sometimes this is the key to making the biggest difference.
Kirsty was drawn to Naturopathy as she strongly believes that when treating a person you need to understand all aspects of their life to try to understand what got them to where they are and what is contributing to their condition. Part of this is looking at treating the cause and not just the symptom. Kirsty is also a strong advocate in educating patients about their health so that they can feel empowered to make real changes.
Kirsty will be practicing at the Sum of Us Studio on Thursdays 2:30pm-8pm and Saturdays 9am-2pm. To make a booking or find out more visit her website: naturallyinterested.com.au
“I am Naturally Interested in helping you and will use a natural approach to do so”
Marney graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Charles Sturt University, Albury, in 2008. Following a period working as a physiotherapist in the public health system in Melbourne, she ventured overseas to work and travel throughout Europe before returning and becoming a senior member of the Domain Health team. Marney has a special interest in sports physiotherapy, fitness, Pilates-based rehab, and holistic wellness. Marney has had experience in Women’s Health physiotherapy and involvement in football, netball and rhythmic gymnastics clubs.
As a director at the Sum Of Us, Marney advocates that a foundation of sound postural control and dynamic stabilisation through movement, can not only help reduce pain and assist in rehabilitation, but prevent pain, injury and improve quality of life. She also believes that a multitude of factors can affect the wellbeing of people. She likes to have an open minded approach with her clients to optimise outcomes and assist them in generally improving their body, health, wellbeing and life.