Gut & Hormal Health

Good Nervous System = Good Gut & Hormones

Did you know that at least 50% of Australian adults experience unpleasant gut symptoms such as bloating, gas and constipation, and 1 in 7 experience distressing symptoms (CSIRO, 2019). In the US, 60-70million people have digestive issues. 73% of woman experience digestive issues.

Did you also know that almost 2 in 10 women have PCOS in reproductive years. At least 1 in 9 women have endometriosis.

We are seeing a steady increase in gut and hormonal related issues in our society. And the truth of it, is that it affects how much energy we have, how much we can get done in a day in our years of working with people, see it have a negative impact of self image, confidence and contributes to feeling low and depressed.

With such an increase of people affected, we take a targeted approached to addressing and supporting these issues through the lens of neurology.

Our autonomic nervous system is the system that controls our automated processes like our blood pressure, heart rate, respiration rates. It plays a crucial role in the regulation of our hormones and gut. This system is found inside the spine.
This is the reason why the vast majority, more than 70%, of organ regulation is mediated and controlled by the spine. This is also the reason why you cannot disregard the spine, or it’s wiring, if you are to help gut and hormonal issues.

At our office, our team utilises 9 niched techniques that focus on restoring the natural balance of your autonomic nervous system through a proven neurological model.

We use integrative pathology testing as part of our diagnostic process and partner with nutritionists and naturopaths to help create a bespoke healthcare plan for you. We’ll teach you what works for your body and how to best support your gut through nutrition and supplementation, so you can gain back control.

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