A science-backed, personalised approach to your thyroid health
The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland in the centre of the neck, situated above the clavicles and below the larynx. Triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4), two hormones that the thyroid produces, control how the body utilises and stores energy (often referred to as the body’s metabolism).
The pituitary, a gland located right below the brain, regulates thyroid activity. Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), produced by the pituitary, causes the thyroid to create T3 and T4.
Hypothyroidism (under active thyroid)is a clinical condition in which the body has low thyroid hormone levels.
Low thyroid hormone levels can be caused by several conditions, including iodine deficiency, surgical thyroid ectomy, excessive thyroid-suppressing drug use, pituitary suppression, or thyroid injury (physical or disease-induced).
Hashimoto’s disease occurs when the body creates antibodies that target and harm the thyroid. Over time, this immunological assault reduces the thyroid’s capacity to generate hormones. Hashimoto’s can have significant effects because these hormones impact all bodily cells.
Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) occurs when the thyroid produces too much thyroid hormone.
Graves’ disease, an autoimmune condition that targets the thyroid gland, is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism.
Four factors of influence
Environment, Lifestyle, Mindset, Nutrition. All four factors, individually and collectively, produce the results of what manifests as health or illness. The environment can either lend a positive contribution or exert significant detriment. Lifestyle translates into quantifiable effects on health. Mindset produces a biological response as determined by your outlook and belief. Nutrition is the process of tuning and synchronising elements to become part of you. These are where the five causes of disease are manifested.
Book a 15-min complimentary discovery call to prospective patients to ensure we are the right fit for you
In the call, we will discuss
- What you are going through
- How have you tried to address your health concerns in the past?
- A plan of action to prepare for your first appointment.
Book an Initial comprehensive case review (ICCR) 60-90min where we will discuss the following
In the call, we will discuss
- We’ll take a deep dive into your case, and I will get to know your unique history and understand your point.
- We’re going to do some thinking and linking. We will build a hypothesis of what’s going on in your case
- I’ll give you some concise and specific steps you can take immediately to start working
- I will tell you more about my approach and the method I use to help people
- Give you some options to work with me
Your personalised treatment
Recommendations are made in regards to your treatment, including alterations to your lifestyle, diet, supplementation and more, to provide an effective path to healing.
You are unique
Every person is unique with biochemical individuality and genetic uniqueness. Ones history and life are intimately connected and reflective of ones present situation. Genes do not act on their own and are instructed based on various influences
What is balance protocol?
Whole-systems wellness approach that enables you to understand how your unique biochemistry holds the keys to moving you to ultimate well-being.
A clinical method of applying a systemised approach to developing an individualised program.
HOW IS BP DIFFERENT?
Emphasis is on biochemical individuality and genetic uniqueness within the context of the 4 factors.
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When was the lat time you felt great?
Functional Medicine is an integrative, science-based approach that focuses on overcoming and preventing chronic illness by addressing root causes. We help our patients resolve chronic conditions that keep them from living their best life
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Most of my patients are in Australia, but I consult with people around the globe; telemedicine has made it possible to reach patients wherever possible. Specific tests might not be available in every country, but I can adapt to the available tests.
I, unfortunately, don’t; some cases need to be referred when the condition presented is outside my scope. Some people are unwilling to make the required lifestyle changes or are not coachable, and I can not take them on. It’s about more than just supplements and a diet
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