We have also identified the importance of delivering a multidisciplinary approach to health and wellbeing. Multidisciplinary approaches take on a holistic approach, which, aims to look at and care for the whole person, rather than just the symptoms of a situation or disease. This approach does not solely attempt to alleviate symptoms, but rather to explore what is causing this and address the root of the problems. This process takes into account the individual’s past experiences, interactions with the environment, and the effects of family, school, work, peers, relationships and community on this individual. Different professionals who actively collaborate and work together with the aim of clearly addressing the needs of clients, enhances clinical and health related outcomes.

Clients gain increased satisfaction as they are being treated and cared for holistically and effectively Examples include nutrition working with physio to reduce injuries, improve the symptoms of long COVID and reduce back pain; Psychologists working with physiology and nutrition to help improve sleep and gut disorders; doctors working with nutrition and physiology to help reduce the symptoms of Premenstrual syndrome and menopause.


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