"For a long time, I have been wanting to see the patient journey more supported and seamless. For education and touch points to be easier, for technology to take the load off the practitioner and allow them more time to spend with the patient. A collaboration with Next Practice brings this, a shared vision, brilliant support team and innovation, allowing us at a clinic level to deliver the care we would like."
Jarrah has been working in multidisciplinary clinics since 2006, across Sydney and then on the Central Coast after relocating in 2010. She has always had a special interest in all things “gut” and its impact on every other body system. She is passionate about children’s health including gut/immune, ASD and learning and behavioural presentations. This encompasses hormonal health, preconception and pregnancy health.
Jarrah focuses on supporting the parents/carers with simple and achievable goals, with so many years of experience in knowing what and how to make it achievable. Being a mum of two energetic boys, she gets first hand the challenges of nourishing kids in this modern time we live in. Her focus also strongly advocates for care for the carers.
Which leads to her other passion area, women’s health and those assigned female at birth (AFAB) health. With the evolutionary mismatch of biology in a modern world of often higher cortisol states, the impacts are felt across every body system from digestion to hormones to mental health to immune function and everything in between. Understanding and supporting the drivers, not just the symptoms while educating on body literacy across the lifespan gives the power back for positive outcomes.
Jarrah is a seasoned public speaker, who loves sharing her clinical pearls, from running small groups to large workshops, to presenting educational material for ACNEM.
Jarrah is extremely passionate about patient centred care, practitioner collaboration, ongoing education and mentoring (both giving and receiving). She loves working with the team at Next Practice Erina, along with other practitioners on the coast and afar to get the best possible outcomes for her patients.
After closing her books Jarrah Eddy is back to taking limited new patients.
Available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and monthly Saturdays.