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Well Two Science By Nature

Well Two Science By Nature

Show Phone Number2 The Parade, Norwood, SA, 5067Australia
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday09:00 - 19:00
Thursday09:00 - 19:00
Friday09:00 - 19:00
Saturday09:00 - 17:00
Sunday
Prices from $60 - Enquire for a fast quote from Well Two Science By Nature.

Popular Treatments

Holistic Health Consultation
Diet and Nutrition Advice
Dietitian Initial Appointment from $90
Dietitian Follow-up Appointment from $70
Naturopathy
Naturopathy(Initial Consultation) from $90
Naturopathy(Standard Follow Up) from $70
Naturopathy(Long Follow-Up) from $90
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Provides

Acupuncture

Holistic Health

Massage Therapy

Holistic Health

Diet and Nutrition Advice
from $90
Dietitian Initial Appointment (1 hour)
from $70
Dietitian Follow-up Appointment (30 mins)
 
Holistic Health Consultation
Naturopathy
from $90
Naturopathy(Initial Consultation) (1 hour)
from $70
Naturopathy(Standard Follow Up) (30 mins)
from $90
Naturopathy(Long Follow-Up) (30 mins)

Massage Therapy

Massage
 
Massage
from $85
Massage  (1 hour)
from $60
Massage  (30 mins)

Acupuncture

Acupuncture Treatment
from $75
Acupuncture Treatment(Follow Up) (45 mins)
from $75
Follow-up Appointment (45 mins)
from $90
Initial Appoinment (1 hour)
Fertility Acupuncture
from $140
IVF Transfer Acupuncture
from $160
IVF Transfer Acupuncture

Payment Information

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

Public Health Insurance

Ms Karen Martin

Biography:
ND, Dip. Naturopathy, Dip. Western Herbal Medicine, Dip. Homoeopathy, Dip. Remedial Therapies, BTeach (Adult Education), MDEd Karen was President of the Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association (ANPA) from 2002 to 2007. She serving as ANPA representative to the Federation of Natural and Traditional Therapists (FNTT). She lectured in Naturopathy at various training institutions for 18 years and serves on consultative committees for complementary medicine nationally. In 2003 she was appointed as the first lecturer in Naturopathy at the University of South Australia and later continued there in a research role. Karen has written regular complementary health columns for National Pharmacies magazine and The Advertiser and is ?resident naturopath? for radio 5RPH. In January 2008 she was appointed to the Therapeutic Goods Administration's Advisory committee on Complementary Medicines (ACCM).Karen has been in private practice as a Naturopath for more than 20 years. She practices a combination of herbal and nutritional medicine as well as incorporating diet and lifestyle advice to achieve optimal health results. Karen?s approach to naturopathy involves treating each person as an individual, so she incorporates thorough case-taking and individual assessment into her treatment plans. She also believes that it is important to involve the person in decision making processes, and that people should have an informed involvement in their own treatment.

Mr Luke Whelan

Biography:
BHSc (Acup) Luke is a skilled acupuncturist with more than twelve years? experience in natural health. After training at the Australian College of Natural Medicine, Melbourne, and the Guangxi Traditional Medical University, Nanning, China, he joined Well2 in 2007. In addition to his extensive experience as an acupuncturist, Luke practises Bowen therapy and Tui Na (massage), and uses a combination of approaches and techniques to complement acupuncture to achieve excellent results. Luke offers a friendly and professional service. His experience in many areas of natural health allows him to bring together a multitude of skills and techniques to treat health problems instead of relying on only one discipline. His communicative approach ensures you are fully informed to help you get the most from your appointment, and he encourages patients to ask questions about their treatment.

Ms Heather Valente

Biography:
ND, Dip. Naturopathy, Dip. Western Herbal Medicine, Dip. Homoeopathy, Dip. Remedial Therapies, BTeach (Adult Education), MDEd Karen was President of the Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association (ANPA) from 2002 to 2007. She serving as ANPA representative to the Federation of Natural and Traditional Therapists (FNTT). She lectured in Naturopathy at various training institutions for 18 years and serves on consultative committees for complementary medicine nationally. In 2003 she was appointed as the first lecturer in Naturopathy at the University of South Australia and later continued there in a research role. Karen has written regular complementary health columns for National Pharmacies magazine and The Advertiser and is ?resident naturopath? for radio 5RPH. In January 2008 she was appointed to the Therapeutic Goods Administration's Advisory committee on Complementary Medicines (ACCM).Karen has been in private practice as a Naturopath for more than 20 years. She practices a combination of herbal and nutritional medicine as well as incorporating diet and lifestyle advice to achieve optimal health results. Karen?s approach to naturopathy involves treating each person as an individual, so she incorporates thorough case-taking and individual assessment into her treatment plans. She also believes that it is important to involve the person in decision making processes, and that people should have an informed involvement in their own treatment.

Mr Anthony Villani

Biography:
BNutDiet (Hons), APD Anthony is a Dietitian and PhD scholar at Flinders University. He has worked as a Private Practice Dietitian since graduating with first class Honours at Flinders University in 2009. In addition to his research at Flinders University, Anthony is also a tutor for nutrition undergraduate students at Flinders University. Anthony has a wide range nutrition interests including weight management, nutritional support for enhanced fertility (males and females), nutritional rehabilitation in aged care, cardiovascular health, diabetes (including gestational diabetes), gastrointestinal health and gains in muscle mass. Anthony also has a special interest in the dietary treatment and management of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Anthony is a very passionate, supportive and committed Dietitian that enjoys working with patients to ensure they meet their nutritional needs and achieve optimal health

Mr Denis Goodfellow

Biography:
BEd, Grad Dip (School Counselling), Reality Therapy Cert, Grad Dip Psychology, BA (Hons, Psychology), MPsych (Clinical), MAPS, MASH Denis is an experienced psychologist, hypnotherapist, and counsellor. He has considerable experience in helping people to resolve issues in areas such as anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, worry, fears and phobias, loss and grief, quitting smoking, overcoming overeating, etc. Denis uses a range of strategies to help people help themselves such as cognitive behavioural therapy, interpersonal therapy, reality therapy, and hypnotherapy. Denis works with both individuals and couples and is an experienced relationship counsellor. Denis has a special interest in hypnotherapy. He sometimes uses hypnotherapy to increase the effectiveness of other therapies or on its own, depending on the problem. He finds hypnotherapy in demand to quit smoking, to overcome overeating, for fears such as fear of flying, and many other issues.

Ms Monika Edmonds

Biography:
Diploma of Remedial Massage Diploma of Personal Training Monika has worked in the complementary and alternative health industry since 1992 as a massage therapist, continuing studies in 2001-2002 to complete the Diploma of Remedial Massage. Having worked in the massage industry for over 20 years ago, Monika has developed her massage skills and experience in a variety of settings. These include working alongside physiotherapists, chiropractors, dentists and an internationally recognised day spa in Daylesford, Victoria. Monika can complement her massage skills with fitness stretches. This means that she is an advocate for stretching tight / restricted muscles and may recommend ?homework? stretches to give you maximum benefit between massages as part of her ?taking care of yourself? program. Techniques such as remedial / deep tissue, therapeutic, trigger point therapy and stretching are used to decrease you pain and discomfort from everyday stresses and/or muscular skeletal conditions such as headaches or lower back pain. Pregnancy massage is also offered and tailored to suit your needs. Her caring approach and hands on experience provides you with beneficial and effective treatments through confident touch by listening, learning and being mindful of your individual needs in a safe, nurturing and comfortable environment.
Show Phone Number2 The Parade, Norwood, SA, 5067Australia