Dr Penny Caldicott discusses the importance of screening and self care in effective preventative medicine.
In this Part 2 episode we delve more specifically, into how sleep hygiene techniques can be partnered with judicious, carefully selected nutritional and herbal therapies to quickly resolve sleep...
What is the healing power of sleep? In this two part series, we explore this essential element to wellbeing with Naturopath, Norelle Hentschel.
Dr Amie Steel looks at the bigger picture of validating naturopathy as a system of medicine and a professional that can contribute meaningfully to the health system.
Despite attempts to have him silenced, Dr Gary Fettke is an enduring pioneer pushing for better food standards for Australians. Today Dr Fettke shares his visions for a healthier future.
Today we're joined by Geraldine Headley to talk about how her career grew organically to develop her own mentoring system and how she's embraced technolgy to deliver it on a larger scale.
Today we talk to Donna Ciccia, co-founder of Endometriosis Australia, about her personal journey with endometriosis and her vision to improve care for future generations of women.
In Part 2, Brad and Andrew dive into the key evidence-based interventions for cardiometabolic syndrome.
Cardiometabolic syndrome(s) account for more deaths in Australia than any other single disease. In today's podcast we're joined by Dr Bradley McEwen to tap into his expertise on this topic.
Do you know what geomedicine is, and its increasing role in the health of your patients?
Emrys takes us through the recent developments in TC-VNS that are showing clinical promise in treating numerous inflammatory-mediated...
In this podcast Bec Guild shares how we can use enzymes for inflammation, pain, infection resistance...
Navigating the world of EoE with her own daughter, naturopath, sports scientist and former Olympian, Nicole Hannan has become...
So, what is the history of the naturopathic interventions in Endometriosis versus what we know now?
We are joined by holistic dietician and nutritionist, Natalie Bourke who takes us through her professional and personal expertise on eating disorders.
In this podcast, with the help of Dr Jessica Younes we explore the complexities and the outside influences of the vaginal microbiota.
Is polycystic ovarian syndrome being over-diagnosed? Today we are joined by Leah Hechtman to share some insight into promising new biomarkers for PCOS.
Women need not suffer with menopause, today Elizabeth Mucci shares some natural medicine strategies to support this phase of life.
Hormonal secretion, metabolism and excretion are all swayed by both our nutritional status and the many enzymes systems that may be up, or down-regulated as a result of our unique single nucleotide...
SNP testing is booming in medicine but we need to be mindful of how these tests are being delivered and interpreted. Today we discuss how to deliver genetic results in the clinical...
Recognising the future clinical implications of methylation dysfunction and the MTHFR gene early on, Carolyn Ledowsky started MTHFR Support Australia and hasn't looked back.
Today we talk to Annalie Corse about the clinical relevance of COMT and CBS genes. Two important enzymes that are vital for healthy catecholamine, catechol estrogens, several drugs and...
The term Lyme Disease is polarising. Join us today with Amina Eastham-Hillier who specialises in delving into the root causes of infection in tick-borne illnesses.
As a clinician and researcher, Professor Nigel Stepto is an expert in the area of exercise and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Today he shares his expertise on movement as medicine for PCOS.
What can your genes tell you about your potential for addictive tendendies? Today we welcome back naturopath, Elizma Lambert to share her expertise on this subject.
Being pigeonholed typically as an intervention we think of for chronic pain, acupuncture can often be overlooked as a therapeutic option in complex metabolic disease
For decades practitioners have turned to mineral therapy as a safe, effective, simple, palatable and cost-effective intervention for childhood illnesses.
Today we're joined by herbalist Rob Santich who shares his decades of experience in finding novel ways to deliver herbal medicines to children.
Have you considered Hashimoto's as part of your differential diagnosis in children's behavioural presentations?
As a Paediatrician, Dr Elisa Song is keenly aware of the pain caused by autism, ASD and associated neuro-behavioural disorders. In today's podcast, Dr Song explores the controversies, the major...