Naturopath Edema Treatment

Edema naturopath Brisbane

Edema is swelling of the body, limbs or face due to excess water retention. Retaining fluid can be a sign of underlying issues or conditions such as kidney disease, heart problems, lung disease. The lymphatic system is responsible for removing the extra fluid in the body, lack of movement or exercise or bad diet can lead this vital system to become sluggish.

Natural oedema treatment

Control oedema naturally with the help of our experienced naturopaths

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Oedema symptoms

Symptoms that you may be experiencing water retention can vary but often include:

  • swelling
  • shiny or stretched skin
  • skin which retains an imprint after being pressed
  • increased size of limbs, face, abdomen or part of.
  • aching
  • stiff joints
  • fast weight gain

Treat edema naturally with our Naturopath

Our team of experienced Brisbane naturopaths can guide you through changes in lifestyle and diet as well as targeted treatment of the cause of your edema. Using various natural therapies including herbal medicine, homoeopathy, nutrition and life management our naturopathic team can treat your edema naturally.

Book in for a consultation with our naturopath team today and take a holistic approach to Edema treatment.

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Our Brisbane Naturopath team

  • Tina White

    Naturopath,Acupuncture

    Qualifications:
    Dip. Naturopathy, Dip. Acupuncture, Dip Medical Herbalism, Dip. Holistic Massage

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    Tina has over 30 year’s clinical practice in natural therapies. As a practitioner in Naturopathy and Acupuncture, Tina has remarkable insight coupled with a caring nature and is a beacon of hope for those she serves.

  • Please Note: The information provided on Health and Healing Wellness Centre Website is designed to compliment, not replace, the relationship between a patient and his / her own physician.

    Page last updated 08-Oct-2019

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