Subluxations – Spinal Misalignment

Do you have a back problem or a health problem?

Subluxations are minor misalignments of the skeletal verterbrae which cause nerve interference or damage.  This leads to  body and brain miscommunication causing malfunction or dis-ease.  At Natural Healing Centre we do spinal care to correct subluxations.

Your nervous system (brain, spinal cord and nerves) controls and coordinates everything in your body and mind.  When your nerve energy flows abundantly without obstruction, your body and mind are 100% self-communicating, self-healing, self-regulating and robust.

When nerve flow is impeded, similar to static on your mobile phone, you are no longer functioning at 100% and your health and vitality are compromised.

Subluxations are caused by our inability to handle life’s three major stressors, physical, mental-emotional and chemical.

Left uncorrected they have a devastating effect upon human health and well-being, leading to breakdown, malfunction and dis-ease.

The goal is to locate subluxations, remove them and their causes and allow you to heal yourself on every level.

Our practitioners can determine if you have subluxations i.e. Osteopath Paul Turner, Remedial Massage Therapist/TCM Doctor Andrew Moulton, Acupuncturist Scott Brisbane.


The chart below is an illustration indicating which organ system could be affected and the potential symptoms if there is a subluxation at a particular vertebral level.


Natural antibiotics can often be more effective than the synthetic medical antibiotics for common infections.

Medical antibiotics can be lifesaving in special circumstances but should be used sparingly and on the advice of a specialist or M.D.

The following are our choice of natural antibiotics that can be as effective without the unwanted side effects.


Propolis boosts the immune system and helps build resistance to infection.  It is particularly great for treating and warding off influenza.

It is a substance bees collect from the bark of  trees… especially poplars, horse chestnut, spruce, larch and other conifers (pine trees).

The bees coat the doorway of their hives with this substance and it stops any infection getting inside the hive. The bees also brush against it going in and out of the hive thus protecting their home.

Propolis has been hospital-tested by numerous doctors over the years and it has been found to be effective against staphylococcus (throat-chest infections), salmonella (food poisoning) and E.colli (gastric infection).

External ulcers, such as leg ulcers, respond well to Propolis, as do internal ulcers in the mouth, esophagus and stomach.

There are no harmful side effects, and in fact, Propolis does not kill off the “good” bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract.

Note: in very rare cases it has caused mild allergic reactions.


A well known antibiotic and is particularly effective in fighting coughs, colds and flu.


Garlic contains natural antibiotics known as anicillan and sulphur, long understood to be effective for bacterial, viral and fungal infections.  It can be used as a preventative or to treat an existing condition.

If consuming fresh garlic be sure it is at it’s freshest and hasn’t been sitting in your pantry too long.


Olive Leaf Extract

Olive trees are among the world’s oldest and longest living plants and act as a natural barrier to microbial invasion.

The leaves in particular concentrate large amounts of oleanolic acid.  Extracts of olive leaves have been used medicinally for several hundred years as it lowers fevers and treats malarial infections.

More recently, olive leaf extract has been shown to be a potent remedy against viral diseases, yeast and fungal infections, bacterial, protozoan and parasite infections.

Colds, food poisoning, strep throat, warts, gastro, hepatitis, influenza, pneumonia and ringworm plus many more have all been successfully treated with olive leaf extract.


Echinacea has the ability to handle upper-respiratory infections – coughs and the rhino virus (common cold).  It can shorten the duration of illness and is also an effective natural pain reliever.

It is a herb well publicised for its terrific immune building properties.


Grapefruit Seed Extract

Grapefruit Seed Extract is an excellent antibiotic, anti-fungal and anti-viral medicine.

It has been known to successfully treat various types of infections such as bacterial, candida, parasitic and intestinal illness.

The main chemical compound in grapefruit seeds are polyphenols known as limonoids and naringenin and are thought to be responsible for their ability to kill infectious agents.

“Traveler’s Friend” which contains grapefruit seed extract is a natural water purifier, and as the name suggests is great for people traveling overseas for it’s effectiveness in treating dysentery and diarrhea.



Astragalus is a Chinese herb that is used extensively as a natural antibiotic and immune booster.

Fantastic for flu and bacterial infections, Astragalus together with other Chinese herbs is used in our “Infection Fighter” tonic.


Andrographis is an Ayurvedic (Indian) herbal medicine known to increase white cell count.  It can also assist your body to fight infections.

Golden Seal

Golden Seal is fantastic for staph infections, colds, flu and general inflammation.  It is great for catarrhal conditions such as chronic sinus.


The effects of antibiotics on the body

Medical antibiotics not only kill the “bad” or harmful bacteria but also destroy the “good” intestinal bacteria. This often causes deficiencies of vitamins B1 and B12 and can considerably lower a person’s resistance to infection.

The destruction on the good intestinal bacteria is one of the major causes of the fungal infection Candida and vaginal thrush which plagues many women.

A strong probiotic (good bacteria) is always recommended when prescribed medical antibiotics are being used.   Take the probiotic 1 hour either side of the medical antibiotics and at least 1 week after finishing.


Plain yogurt is one of the best natural sources of friendly bacteria to keep your gut healthy.


We hope this information has been enlightening and alerts you to the fact we do have natural remedies for infections… remedies with all the benefits but without the harmful side effects.




Glutathione is considered to be one of the most important and abundant cellular antioxidants in the body.

It is critical for regulating oxidative stress, detoxification and immune function and is most concentrated in the liver, where it is involved in the detoxification process.   As paracetamol is almost completely metabolised by the liver, up to 96%, it relies upon abundant levels of glutathione to perform this vital function.

Paracetamol (or acetaminophen) is one of the most extensively used analgesics/antipyretics in the world and, although it’s considered a safe drug when taken as recommended, there is a well established link between paracetamol toxicity and liver failure.

Paracetamol depletes glutathione

There is an established link between paracetamol toxicity and liver failure.

Although hepatic failure and death are uncommon outcomes, paracetamol remains the most important, single cause of acute, severe and sudden onset of hepatic failure in western countries.

One of the mechanisms by which the overuse of paracetamol can cause acute liver failure is its ability to deplete the antioxidant glutathione.

In the presence of paracetamol, the concentration of glutathione decreases by as much as 80-90%.  It is shown that once your liver uses more than 30% of your total store of glutathione, you are already in trouble with increasing hepatocyte destruction.  This can be as a result from both reduced glutathione stores as well as a toxic metabolite of paracetamol breakdown N-acetyl-p-benzoquinone imine (NAPQI)

These adverse effects experienced as a result of ingesting paracetamol above therapeutic doses is due to how it is detoxified through the liver. Approximately 90% is metabolised to inactive sulfate and glucuronide conjugates that are then excreted in the urine.  It’s the metabolism of the remainder, via cytochrome P450, that results in the liver becoming acutely saturated with NAPQI.

In normal conditions NAPQI is immediately bound by intracellular glutathione and eliminated in the urine, but with increased paracetamol doses this greater production of NAPQI further depletes glutathione stores.

Detoxification of NAPQI by conjugation with hepatic glutathione may be further impaired in the setting of malnutrition, recent fasting, an adult weight of under 50kg or advanced cirrhosis. These patients may, therefore, already be at higher risk of paracetamol toxicity.

The sulfhydryl donor N-acetylcysteine (NAC), a precursor for glutathione, speeds up the detoxification of NAPQI and is the only approved agent on the market for treatment of paracetamol overdose.

Thus, early diagnosis and the use of NAC can considerably improve outcomes of patients who present with toxicity.


Article sourced from FX Medicine


The difference between pain (effects) and function (clues to underlying causes).


PAIN:  Is the END EFFECT of an underlying pattern of dysfunction and usually occurs in the tissues which are stressed (overloaded , stretched or compressed).

The structures which are painful are simply stressed but may actually be functioning (i.e. coping) – at least until they have a ‘breakdown’ (at which point they may need emergency care to get them back to ‘coping’ once again).

BUT – WHAT IS CAUSING THE STRESS IN THE FIRST PLACE?  Why are the painful structures under load?  This is where function comes into play.


FUNCTION:  The answer to this “why” has more to do with other things going on in our lives.  Often elsewhere, being mentally, emotionally, energetically, environmentally, socially or nutritionally etc.

The physical effects often located in other or distant areas from the site of pain) – which are DYS-FUNCTIONAL (but not always symptomatic) placing load upon the symptomatic tissues, setting them by placing them under stress, or otherwise interfering with (slowing) the natural healing process.

Thus – the underlying PATTERNS of DYS-FUNCTION which are more important to identify address if we expect to achieve long lasting results from any treatment or self-healing work.

This has particular benefit in helping those with complicated and chronic health issues which I am passionate about.  In these cases there is always a lot more going on than merely the tissues causing pain.



Treating symptomatically is like mowing the lawns without pulling up the weeds – whereas identifying the underlying problem patterns is like noticing both the healthy and weedy areas and then pulling up the (primary) weeds (roots and all) and planting healthy seeds (or habits) in their place.


This means a person not only potentially clears their symptoms but they also improve long term inner well-being and health (by learning how to feed the flower of health and starve the weed of disease – so to speak and thus get healthier).


If anyone has any questions or wants to learn more on how to start the healing process please contact the clinic to find out more.







Food sources high in L-Methylfolate (Folate)

Food sources high in L-Methylfolate (Folate) Activated form of (Folic Acid)

Most leafy green plant sources contain approximately 80% of folate in the active L-methylfolate form.  In other words all of the folate in green plant sources is reduced (ready to be methylated if not already methylated).

Virtually none of the folate in fresh food is folic acid which is considered to be harmful to those with the MTHFR Gene Mutation.

Green smoothies containing raw spinach or kale and organic strawberries are a folate powerhouse.

Green smoothies containing raw spinach or kale and organic strawberries are a folate powerhouse.


Grains such as wheat, corn and rice are low in folate, resulting in low folate status in most people.

Meat is generally low in folate, except for liver, which is high in non-methylated (not 5-MTHF) folate.

L-methylfolate is essential for brain health – raw or lightly cooked dark leafy greens, cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and other fresh vegetables are required for a healthy happy brain.

Foods high in L-methylfolate (Folate)

  • Sprouted legumes (e.g. mung bean, lentil, chickpea, whitebeans)
  • Spinach
  • Romaine Lettuce
  • Cauliflower
  • Asparagus
  • Broccoli
  • Kale
  • Cabbage
  • Strawberries (and other berries)
  • Blueberries
  • Oranges, grapefruit, and their juices
  • Fermented foods such as kefir, water kefir, sauerkraut
  • Brewer’s yeast
  • Peas
  • Sweet peppers

Dried legumes such as lentils, chickpeas, and white beans have the highest folate concentration of any food, however they are mostly in the non-methylated form.  Sprouting legumes for four days causes a 3 – 4 x increase in total folate, a near-complete conversion of the folate to L-methylfolate, and a spike in vitamin C content that protects and stabilizes the 5-MTHF.

Eating legumes sprouted for 4 days is quite possibly the single most powerful way of increasing your body’s supply of L-methylfolate (aside from 5-MTHF supplementation).

Eating legumes sprouted for 4 days is quite possibly the single most powerful and natural way of increasing your body’s supply of L-methylfolate (aside from 5-MTHF supplementation).


Green smoothies containing raw spinach or kale and organic strawberries are a folate powerhouse. Vitamin C in foods powerfully protects folate from breaking down. Hence, foods with both folate and vitamin C (such as broccoli and citrus) are super sources of L-methylfolate.

Other sources of  L-methylfolate

Bacteria and yeasts are folate factories, and hence fermented foods are excellent sources of active folate.

L-methylfolate (5-MTHF) supplements are rapidly gaining in popularity because they work.

If you have MTHFR gene mutations, eating fresh folate-rich foods every day becomes even more important, however supplementation may also be required.


Berries fresh or frozen never lose their folate

Berries fresh or frozen never lose their folate


Effects of food processing on folate

Folate (L-methylfolate included) is relatively fragile and degrades when food is processed, therefore it is important to buy fresh green vegetables (primarily leafy greens and cruciferous) from the fresh produce department.  Organic vegetables are the preferred choice especially for those who are sensitive to pesticides.

Berries fresh or frozen never lose their folate and can remain frozen for up to 5 months.

Vegetables as close to their raw state as possible is best for folate availability.  Lightly steamed vegetables preserve the folate.  Boiling vegetables leeches the folate into the water.  Avoid boiling unless the water will be used in a soup where the liquid is also consumed.

 Article sourced from mindwhale

What is MTHFR Gene Mutation?

MTHFR specifically is a gene that holds the instructions for the enzyme methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase.

When functioning properly, it is highly efficient at helping our bodies convert vitamin B9 (folate), folic acid into a usable form called methylfolate.  This process is called methylation.

When the MTHFR gene is mutated, the capacity to convert vitamin B9 into methylfolate is reduced by 40-70%.

Converting folate into a useable form is essential for DNA (protein building blocks) synthesis and repair, neurotransmitter production i.e. serotonin, melatonin, dopamine just to name a few, detoxification, and immune function.


When the MTHFR gene is mutated, the capacity to convert vitamin B9 into methylfolate is reduced by 40-70%. 

When the MTHFR gene is mutated, the capacity to convert vitamin B9 into methylfolate is reduced by 40-70%.


In simpler terms imagine your DNA is a cookbook and your genes that give instructions to your cells are the recipes within that cookbook. If one of those recipes got a little mixed up (gene mutation) it can affect all the other recipes within that cookbook that call for that same recipe (gene).

Essentially that is what a mutation is – a slight change to the instructions that can have sometimes small, sometimes significant impacts on other genes.

The “folate in most processed fortified foods i.e. cereals and bakery goods and vitamins is folic acid which is harmful to those with the Gene Mutation”.


Are all MTHFR mutations the same?

No. There are over fifty types of MTHFR gene mutations, possibly more that have yet to be discovered.  The two that are most commonly studied and tested for are C677T and A1298C.

C677T mutation

  • We inherit one copy of each gene from our mother and father. If you test positive for the C677T mutation there are two possibilities.
  • Heterozygous – having one copy of the C677T mutation and one normal copy translating to an estimated 40% loss of function.
  • Homozygous – having two copies of the C677T mutation translating to an estimated 70% loss of function.

A1298C mutation

  • There is debate about whether those with the A1298C mutation experience diminished function. Some say no but in our experience definitely!


We inherit one copy of each gene from our mother and father.

We inherit one copy of each gene from our mother and father.


In cases where an individual is compound heterozygous – having one C677T mutation and one A1298C mutation – there is an estimated 50% loss of function.


What could MTHFR gene mutation affect?

Recently there is more of an understanding of what can be affected and so far, researchers have found a connection between MTHFR gene mutation and the following;

  • Tongue and lip ties, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, depression, recurrent miscarriage, asthma, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, multiple sclerosis type symptoms, anxiety, insomnia, severe PMT,


Can we supplement with folic acid?

Unfortunately, folic acid which is a synthetic vitamin found in fortified foods and almost all vitamin supplements is considered harmful to people with MTHFR mutations.

People who have low levels of the MTHFR enzyme are not able to convert it into a usable form.

The unconverted folic acid attaches itself to the same receptors in the body used to absorb folate, effectively blocking the body’s ability to absorb any usable folate consumed from your green vegetables.


Processed and fortified foods such as cereals and baked goods, and almost all vitamins contain the synthetic form of folate which is harmful to those with the Gene Mutation

Processed and fortified foods such as cereals and baked goods, and almost all vitamins contain the synthetic form of folate which is harmful to those with the Gene Mutation


Many lab tests do not distinguish between folic acid and folate when measuring blood levels. If folic acid intake is high, the results may show an individual has adequate amounts of folate when in fact what they actually have are high levels of unusable folic acid (but very little of the natural folate).


The good news!

Our DNA is not our destiny.

DNA is like a musical instrument. It’s there, but in order to make music it needs something or someone to play it. That something is epigenetics.  Epigenetics literally means “above” genetics. The epigenome is a second genome that plays the first like a violin, turning genes on and off like sheet music.

What is that sheet music?  Our lives. Our choices. The food we eat. The way we interact with stress. Whether or not we get enough sleep. And for those with the MTHFR mutation, how you compensate for it in order to support overall function.


Lifestyle and dietary choices can have a big impact on those with the Gene Mutation

Lifestyle and dietary choices can have a big impact on those with the Gene Mutation


You have the MTHFR mutation. What now?

Unfortunately, there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to MTHFR.  Supplementation with methylfolate (labeled as 5 L-MTHF or 6(S)-L-MTHF) is often recommended along with vitamin B-12 (in the form of SL methylcobalamin or hydroxycobalamin).

However, there are cases in which supplementation can cause serious side effects, especially when high doses are introduced at the beginning.

This is often the case when the individual has other genetic mutations that interact with MTHFR or especially toxic build up that can cause severe detox reactions that one’s liver cannot cope with in methylating out these toxins.

Hence the “Brain Fog” experienced.

Consultation with an experienced Health Care Practitioner with good knowledge of MTHFR Gene Mutation is recommended.  At Natural Healing Centre we have Dr Nerida James N.D.  and Ashleigh Mythen who both have good knowledge of MTHFR.


How to get tested for MTHFR

A blood test referral from your Natural Health Care Practitioner or your G.P.  can be obtained for a Specialist Laboratory.   Children can also be affected and should be tested also.


Article sourced from Mommypotamous

Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy is a non invasive drug free option.

Cold Laser Therapy is a non invasive drug free option.

What is Cold Laser Therapy?

Cold Laser Therapy is a non invasive drug free option that offers a natural solution to pain management.  The  cold laser device emits 4 radiances of light that identify and target inflamed tissue without damaging healthy tissue.  The different lasers have been proven to quickly and effectively reduce inflammation giving the body the best environment to heal and relieve pain.  It can be used alone or in combination with other natural therapies.  It is ideal for those who wish to avoid surgery or drugs.

What does it treat?

Cold Laser Therapy can effectively resolve chronic and acute pain in many conditions including:

  • Bursitis
  • Back pain
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Arthritis pain
  • Tennis elbow
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Muscle strain
  • Tendonitis
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Many other conditions

 Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy

  • Non-Toxic
  • Non-Invasive
  • Very little or no contra-indications
  • Easy to apply
  • Very Safe
  • Cost Effective
  • Highly effective for the patient
  • No side effects or pain
  • Alternative to analgesics, NSAID’s and other medications.

 How many sessions are required?

A result may be noticed after the first treatment, however for optimum results 3-10 sessions are usually recommended depending on the duration and severity of the condition.


Light radiances identify and target inflamed tissue without damaging healthy tissue.

Light radiances identify and target inflamed tissue without damaging healthy tissue.


This service is available at Mitcham and Ferny Creek with several of our Practitioners.  Initial consults may be required for new patients to assess the condition.  Follow up consults for Laser Therapy only will be $40 for a 15 min session, or can be combined with a full consultation at $20 extra on top of consultation fee.

For more information or to make an appointment call us,  9873 0966 Mitcham or 9755 1900 Ferny Creek.




Keeping your Kids Healthy and Happy with Osteopathy

A child’s health and well being can benefit from Osteopathy.  Infants, children and teenagers generally have plenty of energy and enthusiasm for life, bouncing back from colds, flues, accidents and other life stresses, usually quite well provided their inner health is well, their posture is balanced and habit patterns and technique with other life and sporting activity are good.


However, there are many things in life that can hinder the natural healing process and cause stress and strain on growing bodies.  For example – imagine a tiny baby about to be born, contained snugly (hopefully) within Mum’s abdomen and pelvis It is about to take its first journey into the world.  If mums pelvis is a bit imbalanced and restricted it may not be able to yield correctly through the birth process and so this tiny little baby may come out with a slightly tilted or squished head (so mum’s – its sometimes good to make sure you are all balanced also).  A babies head can sometimes be jammed in mum’s pelvis for many weeks prior to birth.  Then there is the birth itself.  Normally this is a natural process but parts of the body can be compressed or subject to excessive traction resulting in a wide range of health problems from reflux, to irritability, behavioural problems, excessive head tilting or bumping, suckling issues, digestive difficulties and so on.  Furthermore after birth some of these restrictions may resolve themself but what if something gets jammed or over stretched and can’t resolve itself.  This can have long term effects on growth and development because the tissues need even stresses placed upon them for even development (and may, if not even, contribute to postural problems later in life such as a scoliosis).  Then this little baby starts to crawl, stand and then walk, often having a tumble or two and sometimes a severe knock.  Maybe there are restrictions in the body that contribute to fluid drainage problems or respiratory difficulties such as asthma, not to mention colds and flues, which are all propounded when the little one begins swimming or dance lessons, sporting activities, and goes to school.


Sometimes poor postural or sporting habits develop (e.g. sitting poorly at school, carrying a bag always on the same side), sometimes on their own or sometimes a consequence of an old unresolved injury.  Then there are falls out of trees and off the monkey bars? God forbid.  We can’t stop children (or even adults) from doing these things, and in many cases these are great and necessary experiences.   All of these things are a natural part of a person’s life experience.


So, is there any need to worry? Of course not – All that is required is to keep an eye on a Childs growth and development and make sure all is progressing as it should.  If you notice something isn’t right, something is crooked or not developing as it should or behaviour changes (in a less healthy way – especially after an accident), or a child has poor posture, is irritable, gets constant colds, or ear trouble, or an ankle sprain is not resolving in a normal time frame, etc – these are all signs that something is not right – that things aren’t flowing and clearing as they should.


So – What can you do the check everything is ok?  Osteopathy may be able to help.  When my kids aren’t right I assess their posture, outwardly and also inwardly for their inner health, balance and well being – to make sure everything is flowing, balanced and function ok.   If it is ok – this gives me the confidence to know nature is sorting things out naturally and all is ok.  I know not to panic and that the cold, flu, strain or other issue will more than likely resolve itself in time.  So I watch and wait.

When not right, the tissues, organs, energy and rhythms are not flowing, may be congested or blocked – telling me the system is not coping and need some support to regain this balanced state.   This is where treatment may help, either direct Osteopathic treatment which works more with massage, manipulation, joint movements or indirect (cranio-sacral/biodynamic) Osteopathy (either or both depending on the practitioner approach and needs of the tissues – which an assessment will determine) which is more subtle, energetic and working (without pressure) on the inner rhythms, tissues, fluids and organs of the body to bring the whole back into a healthy functioning state.  This latter approach (which some of our practitioners practice) is particularly useful for resolving many of the developmental problems mentioned above, and is very gentle and effective on infants, children and those with difficult and chronic and complicated health concerns (and which involve the inter-relation of many systems of the body).


New Year’s Resolutions! They feel so good to make! It almost feels as though you have already done them. It feels so good to say ’In 2017 I’m going to get fit!’ while you’re eating the leftover Christmas ham and pudding. It feels great!

The thing about resolutions is there is something missing from them so often; there is no follow through.

So the right way to go about New Years Resolutions is to, yes, have the goal in mind but the thing that will help the follow through is to make a plan that will secure the goal.

The best possible New Year’s Resolution you could make if you have a drug or alcohol problem is ’To get clean and sober!’ which I’m sure you may have uttered before, many many times. The plan would then be the ’how’. As an example, a good plan could be something like this:



  • Talk to your family or support group
  • Make contact with an ’intake coordinator’
  • Make an appointment for an assessment, etc.

The effect of making the decision and allowing the help is enormous. Firstly, your family will finally have a chance to feel relief, to not worry endlessly, to get some well-deserved quality of life. Imagine giving that to them? You could finally give yourself a chance to turn your life around, to start the new chapter, to enjoy life without the endless chase, the looking over your shoulder, the wondering if the lie you told was true or not, the tragedies.

Of course, rehab is hard, but anything worthwhile doing will have its share of confronting moments.

Do you want to remain in this trap? If the answer is no in your mind, you are already half way there.

We can help you make a plan. Please call one of our Intake Coordinators today to get help and to finally realise a great New Year’s Resolution. 1300 88 7676


April Practitioner Of The Month: Elizabeth Conder – Naturopath

Elizabeth Conder|Naturopath

Elizabeth Conder: April Practitioner Of The Month

Liz is our Practitioner of the Month this April. We are proud to have her here as a Naturopath at our clinic and would love to share a little about her!

Liz has been practising Naturopathy for 5 years and her passion is to restore body function and balance in her patients. She practises the techniques of Naturopathy, Iridology, Homeopathy. She enjoys utilising Herbal medicine, Nutrition and EBT (Energy Balancing Technique) to help with food and environment intolerance. If you require body work and massage Elizabeth can assist you with that as well and can deal with aches and pains of muscles and ligaments in your body so that you feel 100% again.

For the month of April Liz is offering the following:

$40.00 off an initial consultation with 10% off any follow up appointments during the month of April. (Codeword for claiming this offer is “Fun In Life”)

Liz also offers Iridology photo and assessment for $45.00.

Please call our Ferny Creek Clinic for an appointment with Liz on 03 9755 1900. And keep your eye out over the coming month for more information on Liz!

(Offer is valid until the 30/04/2016)