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The Whole Medicine Approach

Why Whole Medicine?

We take an integrative approach to your health. Our team of qualified GPs - who have additional expertise in evidence-based natural medicine - are proactive about helping to treat underlying causes, not just your symptoms.

This approach combines science with holistic practices to help men, women and children be well.

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Looking for a different approach to your health?

Posted by Dr Michelle Woolhouse on 24 September 2018
Looking for a different approach to your health?
When treating your symptoms isn't enough Whether you are a new mum, a baby boomer or a...
Posted in: Women's Health Preventative Medicine Men's Health Children's Health Skin Health Chronic Illness Health and Well Being Family GP  

Three things you can do for yourself during Women's Health Week

Posted by Dr Michelle Woolhouse on 6 September 2018
Three things you can do for yourself during Women's Health Week
Whole Medicine puts women's wellbeing in the spotlight When women have family, friends...
Posted in: Women's Health Preventative Medicine Health and Well Being Family GP  

Do you think it might be your hormones?

Posted by Dr Michelle Woolhouse on 1 August 2018
Do you think it might be your hormones?
Hormones are really very important to the health of everything organ and system in the human b...
Posted in: Women's Health Chronic Illness Health and Well Being Family GP  

Whole Medicine - What is an integrative GP?

Posted by Dr Michelle Woolhouse on 25 July 2018
Whole Medicine - What is an integrative GP?
Integrative medicine is a philosophy of health that focuses on the individual patient and combine...
Posted in: Women's Health Preventative Medicine Men's Health Children's Health Chronic Illness Health and Well Being Family GP  
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Opening Hours are:

Mon 9am - 5.30pm  
Tues 9am - 5.30pm
Wed 9am - 5.30pm 
Thurs 9am - 5.30pm
Fri 9am - 5.30pm  
Sat 9am - 1pm 
Sun Closed
Public Holidays Closed

Home visits by prior arrangement only and are at the discretion of the treating doctor.