Services offered by each healthcare professional vary but will include

Integrative medicine

The RACGP defines integrative medicine as “the blending of conventional and evidence-based natural and complementary medicines and/or therapies with lifestyle interventions to deliver holistic, patient-centred care”. You can learn more at What is Integrative Medicine? or read about Our Next Level Care program. You can also Meet Dr Narelle Savage, Integrative General Practitioner, Meet Dr Richard Moore, Integrative Medical Practitioner and Osteopath, and sumbit a New patient enquiry and referral.

Integrative child health

Integrative medicine aims to use most appropriate, safe, ethical and evidence-based modality(ies) available, with a particular focus on prevention and lifestyle interventions. To learn more please visit Dr Stuckey's page.

Colonic hydrotherapy

A series of gentle fillings and releases of warm filtered water in and out the colon, to assist with the elimination process. Learn more here.


Nutrition is a complementary health modality that aims to achieve optimal health through diet, nutrients and lifestyle. Our Nutritionists use a very holistic approach that aims to treat the root cause, not just the symptoms. Learn more by reading What to expect during a Nutrition consult or click to Meet Greta Rose Thurgood, Colonic Hydrotherapist and Nutritionist.

Acupuncture & Integrative Korean medicine

Eight-Constitution Medicine (ECM) is originated and further developed from Traditional Korean Medicine and the effectiveness of ECM has been extensively investigated through peer-reviewed clinical research and empirical evidence based on tens of thousands of patients for more than fifty years. Learn more by reading Introducing Integrative Korean Medicine and Korean Eight Constitution Medicine. Also click to Meet Dr Hyonna Kang, Integrative Korean Medicine Practitioner.

Functional health coaching

When faced with chronic and complex health conditions, it can be challenging to know where to start in making lifestyle changes. A Health Coach will help simplify, prioritise and support you in making those changes and overcome obstacles. Learn more by reading What to expect during a Health Coaching session and Meet Naomi Lees, Functional Health Coach.

Osteopathy and breathing therapy

We treat a broad range of conditions related to nasal and upper airway difficulties, mouth breathing, dysfunctional breathing, asthma and COPD, stress, anxiety, autonomic nervous system dysregulation, sleep disordered breathing and muscular-skeletal, craniofacial, TMJ and spinal pain. Learn more by reading Breathing Techniques Part 1 and Breathing Techniques Part 2. You can also listen to Podcast: Life is in the breath and click to Meet Dr Rosalba Courtney, Osteopath and Integrative Breathing Therapist.

Intravenous nutrient therapy

The medically supervised administration of vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and other natural therapeutic substances directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive tract and liver, where many nutrients may be partially or fully lost post Bariatric surgery or Inflammatory bowel diseases. Learn more on Dr Richard Moore's page here.

Home sleep studies

Perform an in-depth sleep study in the comfort of your own bed. Medicare benefit may apply. Learn more here.

Functional hormone testing

Functional testing pinpoints the precise biochemical imbalances occurring within your body's cells. This information allows us to create a customised treatment program to reverse the problems causing your symptoms, avoiding the need for any guesswork. Learn more on Giselle Cooke's page here.

Genetic testing

The results of a genetic test can confirm or rule out a suspected genetic condition or help determine your chance of developing or passing on a genetic disorder. Learn more on Giselle Cooke's page here.

Microbiome testing

Microbiome tests measure the microorganisms in gastrointestinal (GI) tract, which hold insights into a person’s health and wellbeing. To learn more or book an appointment visit Dr Christabelle Yeoh, Integrative Medical Practitioner; Dr Marie Paek, Integrative General Practitioner; Dr Suzi Wigge, Integrative and General Medical Practitioner, Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist; Dr Jonathan Turtle, Integrative Medical Practitioner and Giselle Cooke, Holistic Health Consultant and Herbal Medicine.

Ionic foot bath

A relaxing way of detoxifying during an IV or before a colonic hydrotherapy session. Learn more here.

Lymphoedema Therapy (Lymphatic Drainage)

Lymphoedema arises when lymphatic nodes or vessels have either not correctly formed (primary lymphoedema) or been damaged (secondary lymphoedema). Lymph fluid drains into the soft tissue, causing swelling. Secondary lymphoedema can occur after cancer surgery, radiation treatment or with certain medical conditions.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a gentle and specific treatment that aims to drain the excess lymphatic fluid that accumulates in body tissues. It is recommended for those with circulation problems and tired, swollen and aching limbs. MLD also relaxes the nervous system leaving a sense of deep calm.

In some cases, Complex Lymphoedema Therapy (CLT) is required – this uses additional techniques such as low-level intensity laser, multi-layer compression bandaging, skin care management and special exercises to manage the swelling.

To book an appointment or further inquire through a 15min discover call with our practitioner Max Visca, click Here.

Functional Bodywork

Functional Bodywork refers to a treatment approach that focuses on manipulation and realignment of the body’s structure (muscles, facia, viscera, ligaments and nerves) to address underlying problems such as musculoskeletal pain, joint restriction, headaches, migraines, insomnia, chronic stress and anxiety.

Key modalities include therapeutic massage, scar tissue release, Anatomy Trains® Structural Integration and postural analysis and correction.

Therapeutic massage includes remedial, sports, Swedish and Ki Shiatsu forms. Your practitioner will determine the right massage type based on your presenting symptoms.

Scar tissue release uses the STRAIT Method (Scar Tissue Release And Integrative Therapies) to restore the original movement and ease the pain, dysfunction and abnormal sensations that can occur from adhesions.

Anatomy Trains® Structural Integration uses various myofascial release techniques to fix posture and body movement imbalances caused by physical trauma or underlying emotional patterns.

Postural analysis and correction involves gentle pressure and mobilisation of connective tissue to engage the body's natural realignment functions.

To book an appointment or further inquire through a 15min discover call with our practitioner Max Visca, click Here.

Somatic Experiencing

Somatic Experiencing (SE®) helps patients reconnect with their inner self. This therapy involves the practitioner's active observation of the patient's body and nervous system responses to a traumatic situation.

The body's reaction to trauma can affect the autonomic nervous system by keeping it stuck in the "fight or flight" mode, meaning a person might feel constantly angry, frustrated or anxious. Even years after the trauma, these responses can linger and generate mental and physical symptoms as well as behavioural problems and addictions. Somatic Experience explains it is not the actual event that holds us back but the residual energy that creates the impact.

Unlike the traditional psychotherapy model, SE® techniques are body-oriented.

Various gentle body touch and movement techniques are used to re-regulate the patient's nervous system response and guide the patient to increase awareness of their bodily sensations. By restoring the body's awareness, patients can eliminate unwanted patterns and allow the gradual release of stress.

To book an appointment or further inquire through a 15min discover call with our practitioner Max Visca, click Here.


Neurofeedback is designed to train the brain to achieve its own optimal state. This completely non-invasive and safe form of therapy is not a medical treatment but rather aims to enhance your mood and improve your cognitive functioning. It is useful for anybody with high stress, or anxiety, or who just wants to remove brain fog to think clearer and faster.

This therapy uses NeurOptimal® neurofeedback, a proprietary form of brain training which measures brain activity as it is occurring. A specialised machine uses small sensors that monitor brain activity 256 times per second. No electrical impulse is delivered. The training happens whilst the patient is listening to pleasant music.

Typically, patients require 10 to 15 sessions to address their presenting issue; however, many cases have shown a reduction of the signs and symptoms from the first session. Progress tracking tools are used at the end of each session to track improvements and the effectiveness of the intervention.

To book an appointment or further inquire through a 15min discover call with our practitioner Max Visca, click Here.