Gore Street Practitioners

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    Jenny Chou

    Chinese Medicine practitioner Jenny Chou

    Jenny has recently moved to Tasmania from Adelaide, where she was involved in a thriving practice, to enjoy a quieter lifestyle here. She brings over 30 years of  experience in problem solving which includes 5 years in a Chinese hospital as an Pediatrician. She has been running a successful Chinese Medicine clinic in Adelaide and is currently in the transitional phase to working and living in Tasmania.

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    Peter Baratosy

    Dr Peter Baratosy is an Integrative GP  and Author of "Gut Feelings", "Death by Civilisation", "It Could Still be your Thyroid", You and Your Hormones” and "There Is Always an Alternative". He has recently settled in Tasmania from Adelaide where he gained 25 years experience  in treating chronic conditions using an integrative approach, he is especially interested in thyroid conditions, metabolic syndrome and hormonal issues in men and women gut problems including IBS and optimising diet for ulcerative colitis. He does very thorough thyroid assessmentsand adrenal health assessments and uses Bioidentical hormone replacement.

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    Viola Hemm

    Bowen Therapist and Naturopath

    I am an experienced natural therapists originally trained in Germany as an osteopath and chiropractor. In Australia I work as a Bowen Therapist, Art Therapist and use Bicom Bioresonance  to treat allergies and musculoskeletal pain. I am also a Naturopath experienced in the use of Herbal medicines and mineral supplements.

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    Dr Reinhard Hemm

    I'm interested in working with people that have high levels of inflammation from allergies, inflamed gut due to food intolerances, frequent infections due to low immunity, potential parasitic infections and high oxidative stress. I work with children that have ADHD, fatigue and problems concentrating and other behavioural problems that may have a nutritional or environmental component. I'm interested in hormones involved in weight loss and circadian sleep/wake cycle.

    There are usually many options available, and I prefer to try non-drug measures before resorting to the prescription pad. There is usually something that CAN be done to improve your condition either alongside treatment with medications or before medical drugs become necessary.

    There are always supportive measures that can help. 

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    Dr Linda Wilson

     Women's Health, Weight Management, Mental Health Issues, Balancing Hormones, Anxiety, Depression and Stress Management.  

    Dr Linda Wilson
    MBBS,B.Med.Sci,UTAS
    Hi everyone! I am back in Tassie, where I originally qualified as a medical doctor. I have spent 25 years developing my practice in Women's HealthBioidentical (natural) HormonesAnxietyDepression and Mental Health issues as well as Nutritional Health.

     

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    Dr Greg Schwarz

    Dr Schwarz is a medical practitioner focussing on integrative health care, targeted, individualised, holistic therapies for complex, chronic medical problems including cancer, autoimmune conditions,  inflammatory conditions, fatigue including ME/CFS/fibromyalgia, neurological conditions including autism and dementia support, gastro-intestinal conditions, allergies and food intolerances, recurrent and chronic infections, and general preventative health.

     

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    Lionel Davis Ps...

    My great passion and expertise lies in the Treatment of anxiety, depression, sleep issues, stress management, substance misuse, psychological aspects of chronic illness, family, relationship and adolescent counselling, work-related stress, life adjustment issues such as retirement and family breakdown.

    I use mindfulness techniques and teach skills for personal development.

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    Dhuva Davis

    Dhurva Davis, Counsellor and Psychotherapist

    Five Ways You Can Improve Your Emotional Health

    Learn how to express your feelings in an appropriate way.  It is important to allow the healthy expression of feelings.  Suppressing our emotions can lead to stress, feelings of sadness, or anxiety and can eventually lead to physical symptoms.  Talking about how you feel can help you recognise you're feelings and understand why you are having them.  Sometimes it is easier to express feelings to someone outside your family and this is when talking to a counsellor can provide the help and support you need to improve your emotional health.

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    Anja Zimmerman

    After a car accident many years ago, I suffered from continual back and neck pain, trying various therapies without success. While visiting Germany I saw a Dorn Method Practitioner. I had three treatments and the therapist taught me the 'Self Help Method'

    I was amazed at how it changed my life. Since then I have been able to apply the 'Self Help Method'. My health has improved immensely, and I have not needed any further complimentary treatments from other health professionals.

    Due to these amazing results, I became a practitioner of Dorn Therapy and now offer this gentle but effective treatment to patients.

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