Sandi Cooper


Piecing together your health story

July 24, 2019
Piecing together your health story

Sometimes I have clients who seem perplexed at why I’m asking so many questions, especially when they may be related to other systems in their body than the one they came in to talk about. Why am I…


Do you have an Invisible Illness?

June 29, 2019

“But you don’t look sick” is a common catch-cry those with an invisible illness hear. So what do you do when you look fine – all your blood tests say your normal yet you feel anything but. An…


Think your digestion isn’t involved in your illness? Think again.

June 29, 2019

Ah gut health. It’s absolutely one of the most talked about aspects of health currently and is HOT in the world of research. I say about time too. It makes sense that it should be important – our…


ADHD- Supporting brain health, cognition and behaviour in kids

April 3, 2019

When a parent first brings their child to me with a diagnosis of ADHD, learning difficulties or behavioural challenges it can sometime be hard to know where to start. There have been so many environmental, lifestyle, and biochemical…


Gripe water – A Gentle, Traditional Remedy for Colic

March 24, 2019

Baby grimacing, colic Gripe water is a traditional remedy used to calm unsettled, colicky babies. It’s a blend of herbs known to have calming, antispasmodic effects on the digestive system and therefore is a useful formula that can…


Simple tips to support anxiety

March 7, 2019

While the manifestation of anxiety can be complex, and driven by many different factors (as I’ve chatted about previously here) sometimes the simplest of self care steps can make a big impact. Whilst it is of course important…


Arresting Anxiety- Addressing the biochemical drivers

February 6, 2019

Every week in my one-on-one consultations with my clients complaints of anxiety rear their head. It seems that so many of us are struggling with feeling anxious and overwhelmed, and it can manifest in various ways. From feeling…


Treating childhood constipation

February 5, 2019

Constipation is not uncommon in many of the children I see in clinic, including my littlest of patients. It may be something that’s troubled them for quite sometime or be a fairly recent development. At times it may…


Are you magnesium deficient?

May 29, 2018

A question I commonly get in clinic is should I be taking magnesium? Sounds like a simple enough answer, although it usually gets an “it depends” as an answer. Magnesium is a vital mineral involved in so many…


Making “Medicine Jelly”

May 25, 2018

“Medicine Jelly” we call it in my house. Or you could call it the kid-friendly, time saving way to give them a dose of their vitamins. I think the first term is much more catchy though don’t you?…


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