Kulturing Kuriosity with Rohan Smith

 

 

 

Rohan’s journey stemmed from unhealthy addictions and chronic fatigue syndrome, to the realization that he could heal himself.

This led him to study nutritional and functional medicine.  During this time he learnt the ins and outs of genetics, mitochondrial function, detoxification, and all of the pretty pathway diagrams in between.

With small wins here and there he eventually came full circle back to the importance of mind-based medicine: Meditation, breathwork, psychotherapy, and the healing power of nature. He realized that his search for external answers was only half of the picture, and he would never really heal without treating the other half.  

Rohan has a clinical practice in Adelaide which attracts a lot of CFS clients and other complex cases. Utilising accurate testing he aims to offer a targeted, holistic approach to care.

Learn more about Rohan’s clinical practice

Headspace App discussed by Rohan

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