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Together with our trusted practitioners, we aim to achieve the best possible results and the highest quality of life for our patients

The Atopic Child

The incidence of childhood atopic disease in developed countries has increased dramatically over the past several decades. In Australia at present one in four children is affected. The exact reason(s) for this is still not completely understood. It may be linked to our environment, the food we are eating, changes in our lifestyle, genetics or…

Alzeimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease (Part 2/2)

This article is a continuation of the first article on Alzheimer’s disease (AD). In part one, we started to look at various natural measures, such as diet and nutritional supplementation, which have demonstrated promising results (relating to improved mental function) in the early stages of AD.* As mentioned in part one to this article, AD…

5-Methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF) is the most active form of folic acid

5-Methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF) is the most active form of folic acid, the B group vitamin, also known generically as folate. Folate deficiencies have been linked with such health conditions as cancer, cardiovascular diseases and neurological abnormalities. What Does 5-MTHF Do? 5-MTHF (together with vitamin B12) functions as a methyl group donor in a range of metabolic…

Our Practitioners

At Kingsway Compounding we namely work with Integrative Practitioners or those practitioners that subscribe to Integrative Medicine. 

“The term Integrative Medicine (IM) refers to the blending of conventional and natural/complementary medicines and/or therapies along with lifestyle interventions and a holistic approach – taking into account the physical, psychological, social and spiritual wellbeing of the person – with the aim of using the most appropriate, safe and evidence-based modality(ies) available.”

Source: AIMA joint working party/RACGP : ‘Best Practice’ document.

“Integrative Medicine is the practice of medicine that reaffirms the importance of the relationship between practitioner and patient, focuses on the whole person, is informed by evidence, and makes use of all appropriate therapeutic approaches, health care professionals and disciplines to achieve optimal health and healing.”

Source: Developed and Adopted by The Consortium, May 2004 Edited May 2009 and November 2009.

 

Below is a list of the types of practitioners that we work with.

Medical Practitioners

General Practitioners

Surgeons

Optometrists

Radiographers

Anesthesiologists

Cardiologist

Dermatologists

Gynecologists

Gastroenterologists

Gynecologists

Hematologists

Immunologists

Infectious Disease Specialists

Neurologist

Neurosurgeons

Obstetrician

Oncologist

Ophthalmologist

Ear Nose Throat Specialists

Perinatologist

Pathologists

Pediatricians

Plastic Surgeon

Podiatrists

Rheumatologsists

Urologists

Veterinarian 

Dental Practitioners

Dentists

Orthodontists

Allied & Mental Health Practitioners

Psychiatrists

Clinical Psychologists

Psychologists

Social Workers & Counsellors

Rehabilitation Counsellors

Speech Pathologists

Dietician / Nutritionist

Exercise Physiologist

Physical Therapist

Respiratory therapist 

Manipulative/Body Based Practitioners

Physiotherapists

Osteopaths

Chiropractors

Remedial Massage Therapists

Occupational Therapy

Natural Therapies & Exercise

Acupuncturists

Alexander Technique

Chinese Herbalists

Exercise Physiologists

Feldenkrais

Homoeopathists

Iridologists

Massage Therapists

Naturopaths and Western Herbalism

Aromatherapists

Bowen Technique

Kinesiotherapist

Reflexology Therapist (including shiatsu)

Exercise (Tai Chi, Yoga, Shiatsu etc)