At NatMed we have a combination of modalities to support you through pain and get you into recovery as quickly as possible. For active inflammation we recommend a combination of biomesotherapy and acupuncture. For back pain we recommend Bowen therapy and or massage. For tension release and sports related soreness where there is no active inflammation we recommend deep tissue massage. Please call to enquire about which service would be best for you or to talk to one of our degree trained musculoskeltal specialists.
"After visits to a rheumatologist and GP my arthritic pain and general debility was not relieved. After visiting the NatMed Clinic my wellness is now up to 9/10 and my pain level is down to 1/10. I am encouraged and heartened that with natural medicine I can aim to eradicate my condition rather than just control it."
Peter Tunbridge, Como
"Thank you so much for the Bowen treatment today, it was long overdue (only about 6months!! . Sorry for leaving it that long....... I came home and fell asleep it was so effective, just what i needed. I feel more balanced emotionally too, which is nice after everything that's been going on lately. You really helped me and i just wanted to say thank you."
From Amelia Burnett
"I have been a long-term sufferer of pain in my right arm which began some 25 years ago.. I injured my right elbow tendons inside and out. At the time this was treated with a steroid injection. Over many years of working with computers and the computer mouse, I developed bad RSI in the right arm (elbow and wrist) - so bad that in the end I could not carry any weight at all with that arm. Because of this I tended to carry shopping bags etc in my left arm which caused a similar (though not as bad) problem in the left elbow area. I have a new granddaughter and decided to seek help - I did not want to not be able to pick up the child should I wish to do so. I visited NatMed and began a programme of Biomesotherapy for the problem. It is now six months following the completion of the treatment and both my arms are free of pain."
Gwen Moore, Secretary - Perth Western Australia