Dr Gunta Caldwell – Chiropractor, NET practitioner, Nutritionist, Psychotherapist
I work differently to most health practitioners.
Even though some of my work comes from the paradigm of structural corrections, biochemistry or the chemistry of the human body, a large part of the work I do operates from the paradigm of Bioenergetics, which is the study of the energy of the body. The various approaches do work together, and in my practice I endeavour to integrate them.
I believe that health is not just a simple absence of any diagnosable disease – health is the human system operating at the best level it can. My goal is to support my clients to achieve this, whether by structural means or by using Bioenergetic technologies.
A series of consultations are made which are designed to assess abnormal energetic scenarios and correct them.
The primary goals are:
- Assess base readings for major organs and systems
- Screen for food reactions
- Identify specific major energetic stresses within the body system
– Emotional stresses
– vitality of the human field
– vitamin status
– infertility issues
– structural imbalances
– chronic illnesses
– unexplained illnesses
– male and female health issues
- Design energetic therapeutic corrections to normalize the energy system
Timing of treatment is different for each person. This is the wonderful advantage of this type of therapy – you are treated as an individual. Your situation is unique and your treatment will also be unique!
Dr Gunta Caldwell graduated as a Chiropractor in 1974 and gained her Post Grad. Diploma in Nutrition in 1984.
Gunta began using NET in her practice in 1988 and obtained a Psychotherapy Diploma in 1998. In 2001, Gunta obtained a Proficiency Certificate in Energy Medicine which she now uses to further determine a patient’s health.
Gunta received her NET certification in 2008 in the USA and is one of a small number of chiropractors in Australia with this qualification.
Gunta’s Book – On Silver Wings
My children and I don’t see ourselves as victims or that we may be trapped in our past experiences. We have lived through this time and grown with the experience.
This does not mean that we no longer have any issues related to this time and therefore free of the past.
What it does mean is that we have embraced our life circumstances and looked at the possibilities that this time has given us. It has shown us how our community struggles with death and through fear of dying struggle to embrace what dying can give to us and the grace that can come with this deep learning experience.