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Naturopathy is a system of health care that seeks to understand a person holistically. To do so, your naturopath will look at information about your medical health history but will also be interested in your diet, lifestyle, work, stress, exercise – everything really. A naturopath is a bit like a clinical detective pulling together all the seemingly disparate bits of information and putting it together to make a sensible picture that can be used to determine a unique plan to address your needs. Naturopaths commonly use herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, diet and lifestyle approaches as well as appropriate medical and other testing to understand and treat your condition successfully.

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  • Tina Jenkins

    Senior Naturopath

    Masters in Reproductive Medicine (with Excellence), University of NSW
    Diploma of Applied Science (Naturopathy, dux) Southern School of Natural Therapies
    Bachelor Health Science (Naturopathy) Southern Cross University
    Advanced Certificate of Natural Fertility Management, Francesca Naish
    Better Babies Preconception Health Care, Francesca Naish
    Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) Melbourne University

    Professional Associations
    National Herbalists Association of Australia (NHAA)
    Fertility Society of Australia (FSA)


    Tina is a highly qualified naturopath bringing more than 25 years of experience to FGHG. After finishing her final year of studies at the Southern School of Natural Therapies (graduating Dux), Tina worked as a naturopath in Singapore for 12 years. During her time there, she practiced in multidisciplinary clinics alongside gynaecologists/obstetricians and spent 4 years working as a naturopath in an international IVF clinic alongside a leading IVF specialist. Tina returned to Australia at the end of 2008 where she resumed practice and completed her Masters in Reproductive Medicine (graduating with Excellence) through the University of New South Wales.

    Tina has always had a special interest in helping couples with fertility problems and has particular success in treating women with PCOS, irregular and/or absent periods as well as problems with ovulation. Over the years, Tina has treated thousands of patients providing her with a wealth of clinical experience, which coupled with her extensive qualifications, brings enormous benefit to Tina’s patients especially in the area of infertility. Tina has also assisted numerous parents regarding children’s health care problems and as a mother herself, has experienced firsthand the many benefits natural health care can bring to young children.

    In addition to her clinical practice Tina works at the Southern School of Natural Therapies (Torrens University) educating student naturopaths through her role as Clinical Supervisor.

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