Long Follow-up Naturopathic Consultations with LifeStart Naturopathics
This booking is for an online long follow-up consultation, 60-90 minutes, with Naturopath Meah Robertson.
During the case taking process our naturopaths endeavour to uncover what is occurring at a physical, mental, emotional and biochemical level.
IN A CONSULTATION OUR NATUROPATHS WILL
COVER THE FOLLOWING:
– Health concerns (current symptoms) and health priorities
– Health/medical history
– Diet and lifestyle choices
– Review any relevant pathology testing you may have had done
– Physical examinations: this may include tongue, nail and iris analysis as
well as blood pressure.
From this, your naturopath will formulate a treatment plan. The plan
will outline recommended dietary and lifestyle modifications as well as
nutraceutical and herbal prescriptions when required.
OUR NATUROPATHS USE A RANGE OF
– Personalised dietary advice
– Nutritional supplementation (we also offer custom nutritional
– Herbal medicine
– Lifestyle modifications
– Flower essence therapy
– Referrals for further investigation (as much as possible we recommend testing with your GP or specialist and take an integrative approach to treatment) we may advise pathology testing via the following laboratories: QML, Sullivan Nicolaides, Australian Clinical Labs, Research Nutrition and Nutripath.
– Education: our practitioners love to empower you to make health changes and their favourite way to do this is by teaching you.
In addition to her Naturopathic practice, Meah Robertson also offers Holistic counselling sessions. These are individually lead to support your emotional health.
They may include:
- Theta Healing
- Flower Essence Therapy – Australian Bush Flower Essences Relaxation Counselling
- Life Coaching / Skills Counselling
- Social Relationships Counselling
- Self-Esteem and Motivational Counselling
- Meditation, Visualisation, and Breathing Exercises
- Angel Card readings
About LifeStart Naturopathics
Lifestart Naturopathics is a women’s health and fertility clinic based on the Gold Coast, Australia. Founded by Naturopath Meah Robertson it is grounded in the principles of natural medicine, which acknowledge mind, body and spirit as the determinants of health. We are passionate about using traditional naturopathic medicine combined with the power of modern science to bring you effective, natural and safe treatments.
All of our practitioners are passionate, caring, experienced and dedicated to helping you achieve the best results.
BHSc. – Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)
Adv. Dip. – Advanced diploma of Naturopathy
Association member of ANTA: 5549
Meah is the owner and founder of LifeStart Naturopathics and has been in clinical practice since 2006. She is passionate about every element of holistic healing and aims to incorporate mind, body and spirit into every treatment. Meah brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and compassion to every consultation. She’s incredibly supportive and will go above and beyond for all of her patients.
Meah offers women’s health workshops, seminars, educational talks (including high schools), and has participated in a range of media interviews.
Meah specialises in:
- Women’s health & hormones
- Emotional health
- Methylation & Pyrrole disorders
Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)
Association member of NHAA
Lucy is a qualified naturopath with a keen interest in women’s health and PCOS. Lucy is truly passionate about the wellbeing and health of her patients. She truly believes knowledge is power, and she loves to educate and empower her patients. Aside from her clinical work, Lucy enjoys writing about health and regularly contributes articles to online platforms.
Lucy specialises in:
- Weight Management
- Gut health: parasitic infections, food sensitivities / intolerance tests
- Teen health
- Men’s health: discovering the causes underlying men’s health issues
“I’ve mentored Lucy for the last 3 years whilst she was completing her Bachelor of Naturopathy. She’s sat in on hours of consultations with me. I’m so happy to have Lucy joining me in my practice. She’s bright, intelligent and is a total asset to LifeStart Naturopathics. I trust her implicitly and I know she’s an excellent Naturopathic practitioner.” – Meah Robertson.
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