Integrative Medicine combines the best of conventional and evidence-based complementary medicine to optimise the body’s natural healing mechanisms.

  • Do you feel well and happy?
  • Is your digestive system working well?
  • Are you having restful and refreshing sleep?
  • Are you thinking clearly and are you mentally alert and focused?

If you can’t respond with positive gusto to most of these questions or if you have a chronic health condition, you may benefit from seeing one of our Integrative General Practitioners.

Complementing and enhancing conventional medicine

Integrative Medicine does not replace conventional medicine, rather it complements and enhances it. It is particularly helpful in diagnosing and treating chronic illnesses including:

  • stress and adrenal fatigue
  • poor gut health and digestion problems
  • men’s health
  • women’s health
  • metabolic syndrome
  • thyroid and other hormone imbalance
  • migraines
  • chronic illnesses such as asthma, arthritis,
    diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol,
    eczema, osteoporosis and obesity
  • nutritional imbalances and deficiencies
  • weight management
  • supporting medical treatments such as for cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular and endocrine conditions, chelation (for heavy metals ie: dental amalgam removal).

Meet our Integrative Practioners

  • Dr Edward Butterworth General Practitioner

    Meet Dr Edward Butterworth, an experienced General Practitioner who turned to Integrative Medicine more than twenty years ago. He brings to our CBD clinic a wealth of knowledge and experience with particular expertise in Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement for both men and women, thyroid care, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), men’s health, scoliosis and postural problems caused by the imbalance of foot muscles.

  • Dr Sandy Eun General Practitioner

    Meet Dr Sandy Eun, one of our Integrative GPs. As well as a Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery and Fellowship in General Practice, Dr Eun has additional training in nutritional, environmental and functional medicine and applies these principles in her practice. She also completed post graduate training with the Australian Medical Acupuncture College (AMAC) and utilises acupuncture as a treatment modality where appropriate.