In - house testing


Your Practitioner is trained to utilise screening tools to help recognise how different signs and symptoms may relate to your health status. Your Practitioner will work with you to develop a dietary and lifestyle plan to improve your health. You will feel the difference. 


Your Practitioner will provide you with your individualised report of their findings. This is a clear overview of the results of your screening and the importance of these to your health. Importantly you will also be provided with a comprehensive health restoration proposal to help you to achieve your health goals. This report is yours to keep and will enable you to see your progression over time. 


Your Practitioner is qualified in Health Sciences and can assess you for factors that may be influencing your health. 


Your Practitioner encourages you to take an active part in managing and understanding your health. Through comprehensive screening, assessment and an understanding of the most recent health research your Practitioner may be able to develop more effective health strategies tailor-made for you. Ask your Practitioner how your health might be improved today. 


Some of the testing & screening tools that we offer are:


  • BIA/VLA (a TGA registered and highly precise & effective body composition and cellular health analysis, click here for more information)


  • Urinary PH testing: Subtle changes to the pH of the body can have substantial impacts on a range of health conditions, including stress, bone density, pain, muscle mass and hormonal balance. Urinary pH is a good measure of the 'acid-load' within the body, and many ractitioners use urinary pH to tailor their treatment plans. Urinary pH ranges from 4.5 to 8.0 in extreme cases, and from 6.5 to 7.5 in the average patient.


  • Zinc status: Assessing zinc status can be difficult, as most of the body's zinc stores are in the bones. Hair analysis, levels in sweat, blood serum or white blood cells all require considerable laboratory work. Zinc Taste Test provides a quick and reliable clinical test for the assessment of zinc status.


  • Iridology: Iridology, the study of the iris (the colored fibres in the eye), which may show constitutional issues and contribute to a better health analysis.


  • Blood glucose level: to assess how well your body deals with carbohydrates


  • Physical assessment: Blood pressure, Tounge & nail analysis