Our integrated and interdisciplinary team of practitioners at Breathe Holistic Health strive to provide you with the best possible health care. We deeply value your health and quality of life and are committed to helping you live the life you want. We practice holistically which means we assess and treat you as a ‘whole’ person, not just the symptoms you may be experiencing.
Our primary aim is to create genuine health and wellbeing by understanding the psychological, physical, and environmental components of your health. Illness and injury are often the result of disharmony or dysfunction in any one of these interconnected areas, and a dysfunction in one area affects the whole person and not just that one area.
We want to provide you with practical strategies and a better understanding of your condition to maximise success in achieving your ultimate health goals.
“According to evidence a lack of holistic philosophy is one of the most significant factors as to why people are increasingly searching outside of the so-called ‘orthodox’ medical system for their health care. It is not that patients necessarily wish to reject the orthodox system, but rather that they believe that it does not provide for their total health needs.”
~ Dr Craig S. Hassed
Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer at the Department of General Practice at Monash University and also the founder of the Australian Teachers of Meditation Association.
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