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Is Naturopathy right for me?

Naturopathy is a 'whole health' healing system that attempts to address the underlying cause of 'dis-ease'. Modalities such as herbal medicine, nutrition, homeopathy and lifestyle advice are implemented. Naturopathy attempts to address the underlying obstacles to health, allowing the body to find it's own equilibrium.

Bioresonance therapy is an electromagnetic frequency based therapy that works to balance/enhance the body's subtle energies.

Here we take a particular interest in Chronic fatigue syndrome, Digestive disorders, Allergies, Weight loss, Fertility and Auto-immune conditions. 

At CK Naturopathy care is taken at addressing the 'root cause' of a problem. Emphasis is not only put on lifestyle but also on energetic burdens placed on the body. We are multifaceted 'beings' and all healing journeys vary according to the individual. If your journey has led you here and you are ready for a change then get in contact with us. 

We want to provide you with all the information you need to better understand naturopathy. Below are some of the more commonly asked questions. Feel free to contact us  for any further enquiries.
  • Why would I choose Naturopathy over traditional medicine?
    Naturopathy utilises methods that work with the body and aims to target the underlying cause.
  • Can I combine Naturopathy with my current treatmenent?
    Caution is always taken to ensure safety first. Medications are always checked for possible interactions. Naturopathy may complement other therapies in attaining a more favourable result.
  • Do I have to be in the practitioners office for a consultation ?
    Remote Naturopathy sessions are offered via zoom
  • Does Naturopathy helps with Covid-19?
    Assisting with immune function is beneficial with viruses, especially during recovery.
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"Naturopathy" was first coined in 1885 by Dr. John Scheel, a German homeopath practicing the methods of Kneipp and Kuhn at his Badekur Sanitarium in New York.


Benedict Lust purchased the name in 1901 to describe the eclectic practice of "nature doctors". At the time, Naturopathy embraced all known means of natural therapeutics, including diet, herbs, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, exercise, and manipulative therapies, as well as psychological and spiritual counseling.


First, Do No Harm (primum non nocere)

Healing Power of Nature (vis medicatrixnaturae)

Treat the Cause (tolle causam)

Treat the Whole Person (tolle totum)

Doctor as Teacher (docere)

Disease Prevention and Health Promotion


Naturopathy is a 'whole health' healing system that attempts to address the underlying cause of 'dis-ease'. Modalities such as herbal medicine, nutrition, homeopathy and lifestyle may be implemented.


Naturopathy attempts to remove underlying obstacles to health, allowing the body to find its's own equilibrium.

In 1970 Dr Franz Morell, a German Doctor used the theory behind homeopathy to devise a new theory of electromagnetic signals emanating from the body. Homeopathic principles dictate that water contains memory, regardless of how diluted a substance is it can still be traced through that water.  Dr Morell believed the body was storing information that could be gathered electronically. It was his son in law, Erich Rasche an electrical engineer who developed a biofeedback device. This was the forerunner for today’s Bio resonance technology.


All Cells of the body emit their own unique electromagnetic signals that communicate within the body and may be subsequently affected external energetic influence.  Cells within the body that are affected and become dysfunctional will omit disharmonious signals.


Balancing the body’s natural energies helps to bring about improved vigor and function. The body is 70 percent water (memory) and therefore a perfect conductor for energetic frequencies.


Bioresonance utilises frequencies to balance the energy of the body, facilitating a non-invasive strengthening of body function.


Damaged cells produce a different frequency to healthy cells and thus biofeedback is useful at identifying problematic areas.

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