Meet Rebecca


Rebecca, who successfully serves patients around the world from her home city in Perth via telehealth, is committed to high-quality, results-driven health care for her patients and, more broadly to excellence in the field of natural medicine. In fact, Rebecca won the 2020 BIMA Clinical Excellence award as recognition from the natural health industry of her outstanding skills as a practitioner!

Rebecca has a special interest in skin conditions, children’s health, menstrual health, thyroid issues and digestive health. She brings a wealth of clinical experience to the treatment and management of acne, eczema, psoriasis, PCOS, painful or irregular periods, PMS, menopause, thyroid conditions, and IBS.

Rebecca’s contribution to natural medicine extends beyond the clinical setting. She has lectured in nutrition and naturopathic degree programs, regulated complementary medicines at the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), coordinated mental health guidance for the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), and contributed to a national reference text on Herbs and Natural Supplements.

Having presented at the 9th NHAA international conference on Metabolic Syndrome, Rebecca is also passionate about providing alternative solutions to high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and high blood sugar without using medications forever.

Rebecca keeps on top of the latest insights by continuing to uplevel her skills and knowledge, including studying Functional Medicine at the Functional Medicine University.

‘I believe healthcare should be a collaborative relationship, where patients are heard, understood, educated and involved in their own health journey. You can count on me to be thorough, inquiring and tenacious. This means I won’t give up until we uncover WHY you feel the way you do. The rest is easy.

Listen to Rebecca talk about functional medicine approaches in these podcasts

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