Women’s Wellbeing program
With chronic disease on the rise it is now more important than ever before to stay abreast of the latest treatments to support the amazing Women in our lives and to give them the care they thoroughly deserve.
It it estimated that 1 in 2 Australian Women have a chronic disease such cancer , diabetes and cardiovascular disease. In 2017 17,586 new cases of breast cancer cases were reported ,with 87% of women aged 65 and over have a known chronic disease, compared with 37% of females aged under 45. In 2017, it is estimated that females will account for 46% of all new cancer cases (62,005 cases) .
The risk for Australian females being diagnosed before their 85th birthday is 1 in 2. The most common cancer diagnosis in females is breast cancer, followed by colorectal cancer, melanoma of the skin, and lung cancer.
1 in 6 Women in Australia will experience depression and 1 in 3 will experience anxiety in their lifetime.
Women also have their own set of conditions that are gender specific and are hormonal, related these include
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- Androgenic Acne
- Fibroid Cysts
- Uterine Polyps
- Fibrocystic breasts
- Irregular or painful periods
- Cervical dysplasia
- Pre-menstrual Syndrome (PMS)
The Key to the prevention of chronic disease and the management of women’s health concerns is to uncover the driver or drivers of the condition and to implement an integrative and personalized plan that will address the drivers while the symptoms are managed.
Integrative Pathology, functional testing, genetic testing and mainstream medical testing plays a vital role in understanding the drivers of the above and are utilized to ensure no stone is left unturned and to provide the most specific personalized program.
Common areas that may need to be assessed are:
- Obesity and poor body composition
- Hormone dysregulation
- Age related changes
- Genetic and epigenetic influence
- Dysfunctional biochemistry
- Poor lifestyle
- Poor nutrition
- Chronic stress And toxicity including EMF exposure
- Mental and emotional imbalances
How this program works in 7 steps.
Step 1 Gather current information on the diagnosed condition including medical reports to date and specialist reports.
Step 2 A timeline is performed to understand the patient’s progression over time toward their current state of health. (The Integrated health continuum developed by Dr Jason Mallia is used)
Step 3 In doing the timeline the EXPOSOME (environmental and lifestyle factors exposure over time) are analyzed. Further investigation is attained by functional analysis.
Step 4 Genetic information and blood type susceptibilities are analyzed, referral for genetic and blood testing if required.
Step 5 Functional testing is ordered to fill in the gaps in the understanding
Step 6 A report of findings is developed ,A program is then implemented including, diet, lifestyle, nutraceuticals, herbal medication and stress management depending on your drivers of the condition
Step 7 A clear outcome of treatment is identified, and timeframes are implemented
Call us today to find out which program suits you for your current health state