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Dr. Sandy Eun Intergrative GP
Dr. Sandy Eun - Integrative GP
After graduating with Bachelors of Medicine/Surgery at the University of New South Wales, she completed her Fellowship in General Practice gaining experience in a wide range of medical conditions. Having had some health
problems of her own and experiencing the benefits of complementary therapies, she sought out ways to incorporate these treatment modalities in a safe and effective way in the care of her patients.
Dr Eun undertook additional training nutritional, environmental and functional medicine and applies these principles in her practice. She also completed post graduate training with the Australian Medical Acupuncture College (AMAC) and will utilise acupuncture as a treatment modality when appropriate.
Her aim is to assist people achieve their goals of optimum health and wellness in a holistic way. This is achieved through longer consultations which strive to understand the root causes of the health concerns and exploring the underlying biochemical and functional imbalance. Individualised treatments may include lifestyle modification (i.e. diet, exercise, sleep), nutritional supplements, herbs , acupuncture, pharmaceutical agents and addressing stress and other psychosocial factors.
Her main interests in medicine include:
- Irritable bowel disease (IBS), Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and other Digestive issues
- Hormonal Imbalance
- Women’s health and Fertility
- Antenatal care
- Management of chronic medical conditions
- Mental health
- Preventative medicine
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- Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery (UNSW)
- Fellow Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP)
- Member Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental medicine (ACNEM)
- Member of The Institute for Functional medicine
- Certificate in Sexual and reproductive health – Family Planning Australia
- Biobalance trained doctor
- Antenatal shared care provider for Royal Hospital for Women (Randwick) and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (Camperdown)