""I believe that understanding health and dysfunction requires depth of knowledge across medicine, biology, neurophysiology and pathophysiology. Knowing the context in which these systems function in an individual, that is their environment, is essential. The journey to health requires an integrated approach to addressing all these systems and so I really appreciate being part of this great team and how we can work together to understand all these components and help our patients.""
Dr Yeoh has a strong interest in chronic disease management, neurological, gastrointestinal and metabolic health. She is passionate about sharing her in-depth knowledge on the interconnectedness of human metabolism, biology and behaviour. Dr Yeoh dedicates her practice to working with patients with complex chronic conditions, neuro-immune mediated or chronic inflammatory illness. She helps address the chronic conditions that can be related to adverse factors in her patient’s lifestyle, nutrition and environment to help optimise their overall function and wellbeing.
Dr Yeoh graduated from medicine at the University of London in 1999 and obtained her membership with the Royal College of Physicians (UK). She has a Masters degree in Nutrition from King’s College London. After practicing hospital medicine, she worked as a general physician with an interest in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. She was a director and past president at the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) and is active on the teaching faculty.
New patients for Dr Yeoh at GenBiome – Edgecliff must go through the Onboarding process with one of our Patient Advocates at least one week prior to your appointment. Our Patient Onboarding session is an integral part of a nutritional and functional medicine assessment, which gives us the opportunity to learn about your case history, the root causes of your health concerns and understand your health journey. Please refer to our _ FAQs_on New Patient of Dr Christabelle Yeoh for more information.
New patients will also be requested to attend a group orientation session with a health coach (twice an hour online or in-clinic) prior to their initial appointment with Dr Yeoh: "you have full agency over your own health." There are steps you can start implementing to make your situation better whilst waiting for our appointment to start working together. There is opportunity for progress already now before your appointment. It starts with understanding, addressing and rebalancing underlying stressors affecting your biology.
Under the "Next Level" model, new patients will also have regular sessions with a health coach to support treatment directions, provide interactive help with the implementation of your lifestyle changes and protocol, and provide feedback on treatment progress.
Finally, they will also attend a minimum of five weekly groups sessions to provide shared education and group support and dynamics which offers “community as medicine” and be equipped with the tools to “thrive not just survive with a health condition”.
Book at appointment with Dr Christabelle Yeoh online or call one of our Patient Advocates on (02) 8311 2800.
Find out more about Dr Christabelle Yeoh and her work through the following links:
- Dr Christabelle awarded the BioCeuticals Integrative Medicine Award 2019, Excellence in Practice, in the category - Integrative Medical Practitioner
- Multiple Chemical Sensitivity - “MCS – the condition that affects one million Australians but is dismissed by doctors”
- Identifying Mitochondrial Dysfunction with Dr Christabelle Yeoh
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