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What happens on the Initial Naturopathy Visit?

Our Naturopath, Murali Teliki will seek to find out what your concerns are and identify any imbalances in the body through a Naturopathic assessment.

Murali will tailor a plan to suit your needs and discuss this plan on your follow-up visit. He will give you advice on how to strengthen your digestive system and he will massage your back and stomach to help with elimination of body toxins.

Naturopathy visits will include; An assessment of your overall health Dietary and nutritional advice to restore balance, detoxification and prevention, Lifestyle advice to promote well-being, Remedial massage to stimulate the digestive system, kidney and liver function. Compress to stimulate digestive and functional organs. Massage for circulatory and lymphatic system.

Do I need a follow up from my Initial Naturopathy visit?

Yes, it is recommended to have a follow up from the initial appointment to see what changes have taken place. This appointment will allow Murali to discuss your detox plan and advise you of diet changes to support your lifestyle.

Murali will also to uses Colonics to help with detoxification.

Naturopathy is known to help with Chronic Fatigue Inner city pollution Workplace and lifestyle stress Digestive problems IBS Reflux Chrohns, Arthritis Sore throats and low immunity to colds and flu. At Kurilpa Chiropractic & Sports Massage, we aim to offer a variety of natural hands on treatment methods to support a busy lifestyle. Our Naturopath, Murali Teliki likes to promote natural food sources rather than supplements to support the body. He believes in re-setting the gut first to help with assimilation and elimination. This is important for a healthy body. Naturopathy visits will include; An assessment of your overall health Dietary and nutritional advice to restore balance, detoxification and prevention of disease. Lifestyle advice to promote well-being. Remedial massage to stimulate the digestive system, kidney and liver function. The use of compress packs to stimulate digestive and organ function. Massage to increase circulation of the digestive, circulatory and lymphatic system.

Naturopathy

Indian Naturopathy believes in no external medication but in the body’s own innate ability to heal.

Iridology is a study of patterns, colours, and other characteristics of the iris which can be examined to determine information about a person's systemic health lies organ function.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage is the practice of soft tissue manipulation with physical- anatomical, functional-physiological, and psychological purposes and goals, this is also a style of massage that uses strong pressure; slow, deep strokes; and friction across the muscle grain to release chronic muscle tension.

Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage designed to help recovery from mild to moderate injuries, this is brought about by assessing and pin pointing specific cause of the aliment. For instance, headaches may originate from muscles in the neck and pelvic pains can be caused by certain areas in the abdominal and pelvic area. Remedial massage helps to stimulate blood flow in these areas, thus reducing pain, swelling and pain, and speeding up the body's natural healing process.

Trigger Point Release

Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy is a proven technique used for the relief of soft-tissue pain and soft tissue dysfunction. It is used by many healthcare practitioners, including medical doctors, osteopaths, chiropractors, and massage therapists, often called a Neuromuscular Technique (NMT), NMT actually encompasses a broader set of treatment approaches.

Sports and Swedish Massage

This unique technique aims at relaxing muscle spasms. Muscle Energy Technique (MET) is a non-invasive direct hand-on treatment. It is based on Somatic dysfunctions. MET normalizes joint motion using patients own gentle contractions and body position. Massage doesn’t help when the joint does not have full structural positions.

Myofascial Release

Myofascial trigger points represent small areas of tightness within muscles, creating tight bands and "knots" or tiny bumps from the contracted muscle fibers. Research indicates that nerve impulses to these muscle fibers will not "shut off" and that myofascial trigger points require some form of manual intervention to help them release.All trigger points cause discomfort when pressed; however, "active" trigger points frequently refer pain to other areas of the body. As a result, many therapists address the site of the pain, or the symptoms of trigger points, rather than the real problem area, or the site of the trigger point. Hence, Myofascial Release is a form of strech acquired from release of trigger points.

Muscle Energising Techniques

This unique technique aims at relaxing muscle spasms. Muscle Energy Technique (MET) is a non-invasive direct hand-on treatment. It is based on Somatic dysfunctions. MET normalizes joint motion using patients own gentle contractions and body position. Massage doesn’t help when the joint does not have full structural positions.

Polarity Therapy

Polarity therapy is a wholistic, energy based system that includes body massage, diet, exercise, and lifestyle counseling for the purpose of restoring and maintaining proper energy flows throughout the body. The underlying concept of polarity therapy is that all energyies within the human body are based in electromagnetic force and that disease results from improperly dissipated energy.

Chinese Cupping and Guasha

Cupping is a technique used in Traditional Chineses Medicine for certain health conditions. Glass or bamboo cups are placed on the skin with suction, which is believed to influence the flow of energy and blood in the body. Cupping should not be confused with the technique in Swedish Massage called "cupping" or "clapping."

We also offer:

Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage originated in India over 1000 years ago and began as a way of keeping the hair in good condition. 
It is based on the ancient healing system of Ayurveda.

Reflexology

Reflexology is a method of stimulating reflex areas in the feet, hands, or ears that correspond to each and every gland, organ and part of the body.  Stimulations are done through the hands or by specially designed instruments.

Aroma therapy

Aromatherapy is the use of aromatic plant oils and including essential oils, for psychological and physical wellbeing. It can used by itself or inconjuntion with a massage.