Since 1984 when Christiane Wagner became a Registered Nurse, she has been continuously participating in training to upgrade her capacity to provide holistic care, advice and support to her clients…
By focusing on the whole individual, Christiane is able to tailor treatments to address diverse problems, emotions and support clients to find a balanced, healthy life style.
In 1991, when one of her family members was born without a bladder and needed the urethra planted into the gut, Christiane became aware of the importance of body pH, vitamins, minerals, hormones, enzymes and overall gut health. She developed a comprehensive pH and gut program and now combines her treatments with this program. This synergistic approach to health and wellbeing has contributed to discernible improvements in her clients’ health. That was the begining of her journey in Ortholmolecular Medicine.
Christiane draws on her extensive, diverse experience to assess client conditions and then applies her deep knowledge of multiple disciplines to provide the treatments which will achieve the best results. With a holistic vision, Christiane applies facials, traditional massage therapies as well as Balneo therapies (the treatment of conditions through a combination of bathing and massage), and lymphatic drainage in a multipronged approach to tackling her clients’ health and wellness issues.
Christiane is also an accomplished rehabilitation therapist. With experience working in a large rehabilitation hospital in German prior to her departure to Australia, Christiane learned a lot about back, hip, knee, feet and shoulder injuries and the types of therapies and exercises that yielded the best results. During her own recovery after an accident where she broke her 7th vertebra she realised that using exercises that build up muscles and improve the function of the fascia, is a much better way of healing injuries for both the short and long term.
Christiane therefore teaches clients the most appropriate exercises to treat their injuries and sets strict programs so that the injury receives the exact number of repetitions so as to not over or underwork the joint in question.
As a nurse and Orthomolecular med. therapist, she believes in education and thinks it’s nowadays more important than ever to know about skincare, health and physical movement basics. She offers essential educational workshops, which are packed with valuable insights into what you need to do or avoid when creating health from the inside out.