Health conditions

A naturopath should be able to address and alleviate most of the current health conditions:


  • Aches and pains in joints and muscles
  • Neurological issues
  • Stress
  • Depression / Insomnia
  • Digestive, weight or appetite problems
  • Hormonal conditions and imbalances
  • Blood pressure regulation
  • Cholesterol / Eczema / Allergies
  • Lack of energy / Fatigue
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches / Migraines ….etc.

Additionally, most forms of naturopathy are suitable for babies, children, pregnant women and the elderly too in helping, addressing and solving babies‘ complaints (such as teething, post birth compressions/traumas, reflux, sleeping problems, etc.), children (allergies, aches, hyperactivity, lack of concentration, digestive imbalances, etc.) pregnant women and elderly (back-aches, aches and pains, digestive problems, hormonal and emotional issues, etc.).

The naturopath works on medical diagnosis. A to Z of conditions and some suitable techniques that, by our experience and research, work well with them:

Allergies: naturopathy, kinesiology, food naturopathy, craniosacral t.(CST), ayurveda, homeopathy and biomagnetism

Anxiety: flower essences, aromatherapy and all the relaxing manual techniques like limphatic drainage (MLD), CST, reflexology, shiatsu, councelling, reiki, homeopathy, naturopathy, ayurveda, NLP, biomagnetism

Asthma: homeopathy, biomagnetism, naturopathy, ayurveda, councelling, reiki, CST, NLP

Autoimmune conditions: depending on the condition, some techniques will be more suitable than others, but generally the ones that help to remove irritants from the body and help boosting the immune system are quite supportive, such as naturopathy, ayurveda and CST

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH): food naturopathy, kinesiology, naturopathy, biomagnetism, ayurveda, CST, reiki

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: CST, kinesiology, biomagnetism, naturopathy, ayurveda, food naturopathy

Colds and flu: all the techniques are suitable to increase the inmune system and avoid getting them, once you have it, it is best to avoid all manual techniques, as the virus will get spread further with any kind of manipulation. The only exception to this is CST and reiki, as though even though they are hands on, there is no massaging of the tissues in the body

Depression: CST, reiki, flower essences, food naturopathy, naturopathy, reflexology, councelling, aromatherapy, ayurveda, homeopathy, NLP, yogatherapy

Diabetes: food naturopathy, naturopathy, yogatherapy, ayurveda

Fibromialgia: CST, biomagnetism, kinesiology

Headaches/migraines: depending on the reason for the headaches if tension, muscular, structural, food allergies, etc., some techniques may be better than others: CST, aromatherapy, ayurveda, biomagnetism, chiropractor, osteopath, homeopath, kinesiology, food naturopathy

Hypertension: naturopathy, food naturopathy, ayurveda, CST

Insomnia: CST, reiki, kiromassage, aromatherapy, ayurveda, naturopathy, biomagnetism, shiatsu, homeopathy, kinesiology, oligotherapy, food naturopathy, MLD

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): food naturopathy, naturopathy, ayurveda, reiki, CST, biomagnetism, oligotherapy, homeopathy, yogatherapy

Menopause: food naturopathy, biomagnetism, naturopathy, ayurveda, aromatherapy, CST, flower essences, kiromassage, NLP, reflexology

Obesity: food naturopathy, naturopathy, homeopathy, CST, NLP, ayurveda and all the manual techniques to help to flush out the toxins of the body

Osteoarthritis: naturopathy, ayurveda, food naturopathy, homeopathy, biomagnestism, CST

Osteoporosis: naturopathy, ayurveda, food naturopathy, CST, biomagnetism, homeopathy

Pain: depending where the pain is, different techniques may work best than others. It is fundamental to get the appropriate diagnosis from a doctor. If muscular pain, Quiromassage, CST, shiatsu should work well. If structural discomfort (like vertebrae misplaced etc) then a chiropractor or osteopath should deal with the problem

Post traumatic disorders: CST, NLP, flower essences, kinesiology, shiatsu, quiromassage

Pregnancy and lactation: CST, kinesiology, food naturopathy, ayurveda, naturopathy and all the manual techniques after the first trimester of the pregnancy has been completed

Pre-menstrual Symptom (PMS): CST, ayurveda, homeopathy, food naturopathy

Stress: depending on the reason of the stress to be present, some techniques may be more suitable than others. So, if stress is expressed in the body with muscle contractions, aches and pains, then the manual techniques such as CST, quiromassage, aromatherapy or reflexology should help. If the stress is expressed through the organs or body systems, such as it is affecting your digestion or your breathing, yogatherapy, naturopathy, ayurveda combined with bodywork should help. If stress is affecting your state of mind flower essences, CST, councelling, NLP, reiki or homeopathy should help. A combination of them may be the most effective method

Urinary Tract infections (UTI): homeopathy, food naturopathy, ayurveda, naturopathy, biomagnetism

Additional uses of the different techniques:

Detoxification of body and mind: naturopathy, ayurveda, food naturopathy, quiromassage, MLD

Nutrients imbalances: food naturopathy, biomagnetism, naturopathy, kinesiology, ayurveda

Improving athletic performance: food naturopathy, CST, naturopathy, ayurveda and all the bodywork techniques to help with the muscular tension, restoration and proper functioning of the system