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Naturopathy

Naturopathy

Kate Warner
Naturopath

BHSc (Naturopathy), Adv. Dip. Western Herbal Medicine

Kate graduated from the Australian Institute of Holistic Medicine in 2009 with an Advanced Diploma of Western Herbal Medicine and went on to complete a Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) at Endeavour College of Natural Health. Kate is an active member of the Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia and is registered with the Australian Register of Naturopaths and Herbalists.

Changing diet and lifestyle habits can be overwhelming to say the least, however, Kate likes take on a teaching & coaching role in each consultation, aiming to empower her clients to take responsibility of their health, in a manageable and practical way that helps form long lasting beneficial habits.

Kate's evidenced-based approach enables her to use Herbal Medicine in a way that satisfies her love for science and has an immense therapeutic benefit for her clients. She prefers to use food as medicine, only prescribing supplemental nutrition when very necessary.

In the past, Kate has consulted in private practice in Perth and in conjunction with pharmacies in Esperance and Newman. Working in remote areas like these means that Kate has developed experience in all areas of health, rather than specialising in anything specifically. When she's not at South Coast Sports Medicine, Kate has an important role in a local pharmacy to help clients understand the advantages and interactions of using natural and pharmaceutical medication together. She firmly believes these two branches of medicine need to work together to achieve true health and longevity.

In her spare time, Kate frequents the SCSM gym, loves hiking and stand-up paddle boarding. Most mornings, you will spot her in the corner of her favourite cafe with a short mac and nose-deep in research.


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Blood Flow Restriction Training 🏋🏻‍♂️

You know us, always keen to look at the science behind new ideas in exercise, well today Jake discussed an emerging treatment method that can allow individuals recovering from injury or unable to exercise at a required intensity to maintain and even build muscle mass

The new research is starting to gain traction in clinical settings with promising results as an alternative exercise treatment plan. Watch this space as we learn more about it 🏋🏻‍♂️
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Blood Flow Restriction Training 🏋🏻‍♂️

You know us, always keen to look at the science behind new ideas in exercise, well today Jake discussed an emerging treatment method that can allow individuals recovering from injury or unable to exercise at a required intensity to maintain and even build muscle mass

The new research is starting to gain traction in clinical settings with promising results as an alternative exercise treatment plan. Watch this space as we learn more about it 🏋🏻‍♂️

Dr Jen and Kate recently went along to a seminar that explored many of the aspects of mood disorders

What the seminar really highlighted, was that there are an incredible number of factors that could be contributing to low mood, depression or anxiety, we can’t just single-out serotonin anymore!

Because these factors are so intimately connected, focusing on just one of those, like in a more conventional approach, just isn’t enough.

Our nutrition team have always taken a holistic approach to wellbeing, so this information didn’t really come as a surprise, but has spurred our thirst for knowledge even more!
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#amazingalbany #amazingsouthcoast #albanywa #ouralbany #albanyadvertiser #greatsouthern #justanotherdayinwa #exerciseright #nutritionaustralia #lifestylemedicine #naturopath #nutritionist #exercisephysiologist #sportsdoctor #physiotherapist
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3 days ago

Dr Jen and Kate recently went along to a seminar that explored many of the aspects of mood disorders 

What the seminar really highlighted, was that there are an incredible number of factors that could be contributing to low mood, depression or anxiety, we can’t just single-out serotonin anymore!

Because these factors are so intimately connected, focusing on just one of those, like in a more conventional approach, just isn’t enough. 

Our nutrition team have always taken a holistic approach to wellbeing, so this information didn’t really come as a surprise, but has spurred our thirst for knowledge even more! 
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#amazingalbany #amazingsouthcoast #albanywa #ouralbany #albanyadvertiser #greatsouthern #justanotherdayinwa #exerciseright #nutritionaustralia #lifestylemedicine #naturopath #nutritionist #exercisephysiologist #sportsdoctor #physiotherapist

Volleyball requires athletes to perform repetitive powerful movements. Including weight training to your program is essential in developing safe and controlled movement patterns as a base for the powerful movements.

The dumbbell pull over develops core and overhead strength in a similar pattern commonly used in volleyball. This movement develops the strong base position to build a powerful shot.

Bicep curl and press is incorporated in a program to develop shoulder strength. Strong shoulders reduce the risk of injury of the upper limb and provide the base for a powerful shot.

A depth jump is a great exercise for lower body power development and landing mechanics. Volleyball requires high jumping repetitions, therefore building tolerance to load while improving strength will result is improved performance.

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