Sydney based Integrative Medicine Practitioner Jason Mallia is the founder, director and principle Clinician of Integrated Health Australia. He is an accredited Naturopathic Clinician, Registered Acupuncturist and accredited Doctor of Integrative Medicine Practitioner (USA) having received accreditation in Australia, the US and other countries worldwide . He is also an accredited Homoeopath, Medical Herbalist, Clinical Nutritionist and Musculoskeletal therapist
Jason is one of Australia’s most qualified Integrative Natural Medicine Practitioners with over 17 yrs experience as healthcare professional and a background in all major natural medicine modalities . He has appeared on radio both locally and abroad and is a published writer for the Journal of Natural Medicine ( South Africa). He more recently recieved his Doctorate of Philosophy for his book on “Concepts of Integrative Medicine”
In his early years a fitness consultant and personal trainer Jason discovered that optimum nutrition was key and foundation to attain health and well being. He has a strong background in clinical and sports naturopathy/ nutrition, having worked with many top-level athletes in this time (having consulted to the Tigers Rugby League Football Club for nutrition) and other NRL clubs through Julia Russel Massage services for manual therapy. He has also worked with various top level triathletes, boxers and elite soccer players (AC Milan) and AFL players
Over the past decade Jason’s practice has evolved simultaneously with his own personal development. In this time with experience he discovered the true value of “Integrative and individualized medicine” and its importance in restoring health and balance, he understands and respects each individual modality in the healthcare system and understands when they are required. Jason works closely with Medical Doctors in order to give patients the best possible care and attention to their health needs. Jason has achieved success through his own healing and has brought these experiences and tools into his clinic to help others. He strongly believes in “practicing what you preach” and also that we are all individuals and require individualized, specialised health care. It was a pure natural process that led him to become an Integrative Natural Medicine Practitioner .
Jason Mallia ND 1999
In practice today Jason uses an unique integrative approach to healthcare and utilises all of his training to provide the best integrative health programs for his patients.He has found Naturopathic Medicine , Acupuncture , the dorn method (spinal therapy), evidence based natural medicines combined with a scientific approach to be the perfect combination in practice today. Jason has assisted people with many health issues however he has special interest in muscular-skeletal imbalances, all types of pain (including back pain and neck pain), chronic health problems such has Lupus , Depression , weight loss, heavy metal toxicity, gut/digestive issues, Paediatrics (ADD ADHD), infertility, cancer support and detoxification. He also has been involved in palliative aged care for 7 years. (Please see his testomonial for further information)After years of clinical nutritional practice and personal experience behind him his he was led to specialize in the Blood Type/ genotype system of personalised medicine .
He was the first Australian trained blood type practitioner having trained under Dr Peter Dadamo in the US. Jason utilizes blood type specific protocols for management of acute and chronic disorders along with various tools including Live Blood Cell Screenig, Biofeedback Analysis, integrated body screenings and Medical Pathology tests to enable him to gain a comprehensive view of his patient’s health. Jason also has become involved in training the general public and practitioners on Blood Type Science and is Master instructor of the Dorn Method. Jason has recently been nominated for Knighthood with the SMOM (World Wide Charity) and is currently a friend of the Order and awaiting Knighthood .
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