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Naturopathy for Inflammation

Naturopathy for Inflammation

Identified by localised redness and swelling, inflammation is a common biological function that’s important to the healing process. However, if you’re suffering from severe or chronic inflammation, it may be necessary to seek out treatment to alleviate pain and address underlying issues. At Melbourne Natural Medicine Clinic, we offer naturopathy for inflammation that aims to provide a safe and natural solution.

A Holistic Approach

When providing naturopathy for inflammation, our highly skilled team takes a holistic approach that considers every aspect of your physiological and psychological make-up. We examine your body and your lifestyle choices to identify signs of sprains, infections, joint pain, stress, poor diet, and much more. This approach allows us to prescribe natural treatments that improve your overall health and well-being.

Natural Treatments and Remedies

At Melbourne Natural Medicine Clinic, inflammation naturopathy can utilise a wide range of anti-inflammatory remedies and treatments. Fast-acting herbs and supplements such as rosemary, olive leaf, turmeric, zinc and selenium can work in different combinations to improve your immune system and reduce symptoms. These are especially useful if you suffer from joint pain as a result of tension or excessive exercise.

Our naturopathy for inflammation also places a strong focus on the power of food to affect inflammation. On one hand, excessive consumption of sugar, saturated fats, preservatives and alcohol can increase inflammation. On the other, balanced diets of fruit, vegetables, organic food, herbs and occasional red wine can decrease inflammation.

Organise an Appointment Today

Take a proactive approach and consult one of the highly qualified naturopaths at Melbourne Natural Medicine Clinic for inflammation naturopathy. Call us on (03) 9686 2566, send an email, or contact us online to make an appointment. You can also visit our clinic at 49 Chetwynd St, North Melbourne, which is open six days a week.