Save time and book your appointment online. If you have not yet had a consultation, then you will require an Initial Consultation. This is a longer session to allow time for a thorough investigation into the functioning of each body system. Once your practitioner has this information, then you will need a follow-up consultation every 2-4 weeks to monitor the effectiveness and progression of your treatment plan. 

If your seeking treatment for an acute condition such as a common cold, flu or other virus, then you may only need an Acute Consultation. This is a shorter consultation designed to quickly address presenting signs and symptoms and treat the one affected area of the body only.

Please note: private health insurance rebates are no longer available for Naturopathic services. Please contact your insurance provider if you have any concerns regarding this. 


Initial Consultation

60 minutes ($120)

A comprehensive analysis of past & present health concerns, in-depth investigation into the current functioning of each body system, nutritional assessment, physical examination and iridology. An individualised treatment plan will be developed utilising natural remedies, dietary and lifestyle advice. If you have any recent test results please bring these with you.


Follow-up Consultation

30 minutes ($60)

Only book if you have already had an initial consultation. This consultation involves a review of treatment plan progression and discussion of any relevant test results. Further dietary and lifestyle recommendations may be suggested, and adjustments made to current treatment plan if required.


Pregnancy Consultation

45 minutes ($75)

Care focuses primarily on ensuring adequate nutrition for optimal maternal and foetal health, natural management of pregnancy symptoms such as nausea, fatigue, heartburn, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, fluid retention etc., and the use of natural remedies to prepare the body for an optimal and natural birth. Other topics discussed include physical changes; baby's positioning; nutritional needs; medical intervention such as testing, vaccination and induction; breastfeeding; postpartum recovery and more.​​