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My practice is based on the capacity of innovative therapies to eliminate or reduce 

chronic pain, functional disorders and distress caused by traumatic experiences.

Effective therapy  for chronic pain, functional disorders and trauma

Chronic pain is one of the main reasons people visit their GP.   In many cases, your health care providers will find the physical cause of your pain or functional disorder and offer effective treatments.  However, it is quite common for your doctors to say they cannot find the cause of your chronic condition.  The conditions for which physical causes cannot be found include (but are not limited to):

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS),

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD),

  • Fibromyalgia,

  • Chronic fatigue (CF),

  • Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) and other types of chronic pelvic pain,

  • Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS),

  • Some cases of Chronic Low Back Pain,

  • Some cases of musculoskeletal pain.

There are also many examples of chronic pain which do not fit into these categories.

Most people who suffer one of these conditions report having been exposed to traumatic experiences or prolonged stress.  The therapies I offer are frequently successful in markedly reducing or completely eliminating the symptoms of these chronic conditions because they treat the underlying trauma and stress.  When the trauma is resolved, the pain goes away.

If you would like to know more before making a decision about therapy you can phone, email or come and see me at no charge, just click the Contact Me button below and get in touch.  If you would like to go ahead with therapy, I have rooms in Bondi Junction and Crow's Nest (Sydney) and I charge $150 / 60-90 minute session.  Click on Contact Me to make an appointment now.

    Rebates are available for

       Medibank Private            St Luke’s Health

       AHM                                 Phoenix Health Fund

       Doctors' Health Fund      Emergency Services Health

       Police Health                   Australian Regional Health Group


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