As a Nutritionist, Kathryn has a qualification in nutritional medicine, she is a registered member of the Australian Natural Medicine Association, and works one on one with people in a clinic situation. As a Nutritionist Kathryn is able to assess someone’s current and historical health, and explain how food, nutritional medicine and lifestyle changes will help specific health issues. She will set goals, and develop a plan specific for each client and their needs.
The way I work is to take a holistic approach to health, looking at the body as a whole. I treat each client as an individual and focus on their unique situation, to really understand causes for health problems. Using food as medicine is fundamental to healing, which sometimes includes nutritional supplements. I also recommend lifestyle and indoor environmental health changes in order to make the most powerful impact, and rectify some of the underlying causes. For example if someone has allergies or asthma its important to consider both dietary changes as well anything in the home that might be exacerbating their symptoms. In clinic I focus on educating clients for the long term, and developing practical treatments that will allow their bodies to heal in the most natural way possible. I offer lots of support throughout the treatment period, to help enable you to achieve your goals.
I work with clients across all areas of health including:
- Allergies & sensitivities including allergy testing
- Adrenal fatigue and stress
- Weight management and Food education
- Digestive health
- High Cholesterol
- Depression & anxiety
- Childhood and adolescent nutrition
- High blood pressure
Consultations and fees
In Person in Launceston or via Skype
- Initial Consultation (up to 90 minutes) $140
- Follow up Consultation (up to 60 minutes) $100
Functional pathology testing can be organised, and I can do a referral for your GP to organise blood tests.
Do you or your family experience any of the health problems I've listed? Or do you have lots of small health problems, ongoing fatigue or brain fog?