Michelle shares with us some of the ways modern day slavery may impact our industry and more importantly, what can be done about it.
Physical examination and patient observation techniques, is sadly becoming a lost art in all forms of health care, Dr Nirala Jacobi wants to change all that by igniting a passion for functional medicine examination techniques.
Dr Kama Trudgen and Helen Padarin discuss how Hope For Health was formed and gain insight into the health challenges commonly faced by indigenous communities. They also share their newest endeavour, TOGETHER Retreats, a collaborative healing initiative developed in conjunction with the Yolngu people of Arnhem Land.
Naturopath, Amy Mingin has combined her love of yoga and her skills as a naturopath, to create "Naturopathic Yoga". Today she shares what this is with Andrew.
Not only is Carla a passionate clinical detective and problem-solver of complex conditions but she has become a pioneer for rationalising chronic care through teaching a system she has developed called, Vitae Mosaic.
How confident are you in your naturopathic examination skills? Today we talk to Katie Barron, who is on a mission to boost the confidence of practitioners in Australia and NZ in the art of naturopathic examination techniques.
Today we are joined by Prof Stephen Myers, a respected academic in complementary and integrative medicine, who shares his educated opinion on this recent move by the Medical Board of Australia.
Today we're joined by Prof Stephen Myers who has just published a study that can help silence those who say "there's no evidence for naturopathy and complementary medicines".