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SCU Health Clinic Open Day

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Jane Munro
Published
31 January 2011
Free holistic health consultations are being offered to the public as part of the Southern Cross University Health Clinic Open Day on Friday, February 4 at the Lismore campus.

Qualified practitioners, clinic supervisors and supervised advanced students will be available to provide consultation on a full range of complementary health services including naturopathy, osteopathy, exercise physiology, massage, acupuncture and esoteric healing.

Professor Iain Graham, Head of the School of Health and Human Sciences, said the Open Day represented a great opportunity for the public to experience first-hand the state-of-the-art purpose-built SCU Health Clinic facility.

“We want to ensure the community is aware that we have a great facility here offering a wide range of professional holistic health services at very competitive prices,” Professor Graham said.

“We know that holistic approaches to health and wellbeing have become accepted as mainstream in the health care choices of people both in Australia and around the world and so I encourage anyone who is interested to come along, take a look at the facility, and gain a better understanding of the services we are offering locally.

“In addition to the consultations we will be offering at the Open Day, the SCU Health Clinic also offers clinical psychology and nurse practitioner services in child and adolescent mental health. We are also expanding our health services this year and will be introducing midwifery as well as other allied health professional services to the comprehensive range of disciplines currently on offer.”

The SCU Health Clinic Open Day will also feature a naturopathy talk at 11am and 2pm and an esoteric healing talk at 10am and 12pm in auditorium P 1.58.

Bookings are essential for individual health consultations which will be available across a range of disciplines. Light refreshments will be provided on the day.

For more information about the SCU Health Clinic or to get directions visit www.scu.edu.au/healthclinic or email [email protected]. For more details or to make a booking telephone (02) 6626 9131.

Photo: A range of complementary health services are available at the SCU Health Clinic.